Q & A Thursday: Foyer Transformation

Q & A:

How can I transform this old and boring foyer. We just purchased this century old home that needs a lot of TLC. I have 4 kids so need storage and my favourite colour is green, would that work?

Thank you,

Sarah J from Mississauga,ON

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Hi Sarah,

Your foyer has so much potential. We suggest some custom built-ins to maximize your storage, seating and a few hooks for jackets, etc. A tile floor would be much more practical as well, perhaps a dark slate palette. By painting out the inside of your front door in a deep charcoal will create a focal point as well.

The photo of this foyer below is painted in a nice gray green tone and paired with creamycabinets.Screen Shot 2016-03-18 at 3.16.37 PM

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Moonshine 2140-60

A neutral palette with Moonshine 2140-60 walls and Winter White OC-21 trim creates a soothing harmony of colors. This living room is the perfect place to relax. (via: Frusterio & Associates, Inc.) Colours by Benjamin Moore

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Deep Benjamin Moore Hues

Use dark sophisticated colors to up the ante in any room. House of Funk creates a beautiful space with deep Benjamin Moore hues.

16402763_10155031437581323_367291786907947880_o-1Create drama with gold accents and Amazon Green 2136-30.

16423070_10155031437571323_4511851139786832503_oThis playroom is complete with Chelsea Gray HC-168 walls, Kendall Charcoal HC-166 Trim and a Revere Pewter HC-172 ceiling.

16387238_10155031437576323_254631688846976655_nChelsea Gray HC-168 walls and Kendall Charcoal HC-166 trim make the perfect pair.