Perfect for your country kitchen! We love them and you will too.
Cambria quartz counters have always been durable, timeless and stunning.
Now on their website is making the design process even easier for the average home owner. They have a PAINT MATCH TOOL so you can choose counter samples of your choice, then their site will pull some complementary Benjamin Moore colors to view them side by side.
Brittanicca HC-166 Chelsea Gray
This makes choosing paint colours that much easier with a new counter, even if it’s just a jumping off point. For some final advice, visit our store and let our colour experts help you.
Is your kitchen white, bland and boring? Updating hardware can help and give it an instant facelift, but so can painting out your kitchen island in a gray tone. You probably notice it happening a lot in kitchen design these days, because it really does add a lot of style to a kitchen.Try CSP-45 Street Chic by Benjamin Moore
We love this kitchen by Terra Painting Services, they always do such amazing work.
Walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s in OC-65 Chantilly Lace; Feature Wall is in HC-167 Amherst Gray
With Benjamin Moore’s OC-117 Simple White as Benjamin Moore’s colour of 2016, it’s no surprise that it looks so good with light gray flooring.
This sample from Floortrends really is a new type of look for the future of design, more casual, with an oil rubbed finish. No stain and re-finish required, just a coal of oil and this floor can withstand heavy traffic. Going lighter and with a matte finish, allows you to hide anything.
Below are a few examples pairing white and light gray, we will be seeing a whole lot more of this look in the next few years. Dark flooring has been trendy for years, but they show every scrath or piece of dog/cat fur or dust.
We love the idea of painting out all of the wood panelling the same colour as kitchen cupboards (although in a different paint finish).
We love this cool gray colour 2127-40 Wolf Gray, it really makes a small space feel larger.
Framing out a wall or old doorway and painting the background HC-143 Wythe blue by Benjamin Moore, genius.