Alyssa wanted to share one of Benjamin Moore’s most timeless blues this #StaffPickMonday, Woodlawn Blue! It is a beautiful blue perfect for any living space, and looks amazing with a soft white trim and built-ins!
This #StaffPickMonday is from me again today, Covington Blue! (HC-138) a perfect pale teal to brighten small spaces 💙💚
Another floral pattern from our book Zoom: Cosmos by @crownsurfacesolutions 🍃🌱 can you tell we can’t wait for spring 🥳💚
Today’s feature colour is CSP-750 Porch Swing by Benjamin Moore. It’s a teal and it’s a charcoal and it’s perfectly cozy for autumn.
Since today’s feature colour is CSP-750 Porch Swing, it’s easy to blend into almost any colour scheme. In this colour combination the accent colour is a turquoise 2049-40 Peacock Blue by @benjaminmoore
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Q & A:
How can I transform the living room of my boring beige condo with paint and accessories only? I really liked one of your posts from yesterday that used teal, gold and muted red.
This is my living room, excited for any suggestions.
Mindy from Oakville,ON
The Design Styleboard was created by designer Meg Carr-Braint from Joy Studio.
As shown below, Meg suggests the teal paint colour 2052-40 Blue Spa by Benjamin Moore as the wall colour, which will create the primary dose of colour. Then to tie in the main accents, Meg has sourced 3 decor items with a muted red tone. Then for a pop, she found a yellow gold pouf to mix things up.
1. Kaden Panels (Oyster)– Urban Barn 2. Painterly Texture Pillow Cover – West Elm 3. “Velvet, Poppy” Throw pillow– Tonic Living 4. OGER Ceramic vase 13.5”– Structube 5. Marina Pouf Dijon– Urban Barn 6. Penny Armchair– Structube
Rinzai Rug– Anthropologie $528+