Colour Feature Sunday – Tan

The colour tan makes an excellent backdrop and for accompanying bright colours to appear richer and brighter. Use tan to convey a feeling of warmth, honesty, and wholesomeness. Although found in nature year-round, golden brown is often considered a spring and fall colour. It is more casual than black, tan is dependable, conservative, and flexible. TheContinue reading “Colour Feature Sunday – Tan”

A Neutral Palette For Boys Bedrooms

When it comes to painting boys bedrooms, it can be hard to find a nice tone that will both match accessories and be grounding to the room. It’s all about finding those perfect neutral tones, that will go with the bold and bright colours. 2109-20 Hearthstone Brown, HC-45 Shaker Beige, CC-362 Elk, CC-770 Denim Wash,    HC-113 Louisburg Green, 2067-20Continue reading “A Neutral Palette For Boys Bedrooms”

Marsala

Pantone has showcased Marsala as the official color of 2015 and we’re drunk in love with this wine-inspired hue. The possibilities are endless, perfect for a romantic dining scene, creating a living room into a space that you actually want to live in, give your entryway a facelift, or maybe you are looking to be bold inContinue reading “Marsala”

Painting a faux wood wall

It’s amazing what paint can do! This plain looking spare bedroom really needed a lift before it became a baby boys nursery.  Mom and Dad wanted a wood wall, but for re-sale purposes didn’t see it as a good idea. Our friends at Spaces Design created this wall with painters tape, two tones of paint,Continue reading “Painting a faux wood wall”

chocolate wallpaper

We love getting feedback and “after” pictures from customers. Your basement family room turned out great Diana, thank you for the photos. If you would like more info regarding these papers, come into the store and we will show you. ………………………………………………………………………… Looking for a professional wallpaper hanger in Oakville or Mississauga? These rooms were doneContinue reading “chocolate wallpaper”

dark + light = gorgeous

If you are trying to pull of a focal wall, don’t just do a wall two shades darker. It’s all about high contrast and really creating a point of emphasis in every room. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Get this look: Colors by Benjamin Moore.  Mirror “Egypt Square” by Suite 22