The quickest fix of all is a can of paint. Scared to mix and match on your own? We've rounded up a bunch of our favorite color.
GRAY, BLACK, & BLUE
A pair of deep hues combined with bright-blue accents, creates a dreamy, restful retreat.
Paint color (wall): “Rushing river” by Benjamin Moore
Paint color (radiator): “Nightfall” by Benjamin Moore
PINK, RASPBERRY & GREEN
Placing a dark room between two gelato-light ones mitigates the overall intensity and creates an unexpected and enchanting box-within-a-box effect.
Paint color (living room): "Zephyr" by Behr
Paint color (study): "Delicious berry" by Behr
Paint color (bedroom): "Pear" by Behr
GRAY, CREAM & TAUPE
More intriguing than white, less scary than all-out color, this trio of grown-up neutrals gives an entryway a layered, slightly Swedish sophistication.
Paint color (gray wall): "Blackened
estate emulsion" by Farrow & Ball
Paint color (cream trim and baseboard): "Pointing oil eggshell" Farrow & Ball
Paint color (taupe paneling): "Shaded White oil eggshell" by Farrow & Ball
PINK, TAUPE & WHITE
It’s slightly more labor-intensive than popping open a can of latex, but lime wash (a pure concoction with no harmful VOCs) yields a gorgeous, sun-kissed stucco look that’s been prized for centuries. It’s eco-friendly too!
Paint color (wall): "Fleur (custom color) interno lime wash" by Sydney Harbour Paint Co.
Paint color (baseboard): "Sableux (custom color) interno lime wash" by Sydney Harbour Paint Co.
Paint color (floor): "Delicate white" by Olympic
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