Wall paint: Sea Salt CSP-95, Benjamin Moore; trim paint: Cloud White 967, Benjamin Moore; ceiling paint: Plaster of Paris CSP-185, Benjamin Moore; chevron chair upholstery fabric: Marlow in Licorice, Romo; drapery fabric: Madame Butterfly in Rouge de Chine, Manuel Canovas, Cowtan & Tout; light fixture: E.F. Chapman Branched Linear pendant ceiling light, Visual Comfort
Entry walls: Benjamin Moore, Sea Salt (CSP-95)
I wonder what that wall color is?
All colors in this house work. Master Suite: Wallpaper: Osborne & Little - VINTAGE / TRIFID / W5556/02; BM Raccoon Fur (2126-20); Entryway and Kitchen: SW Techno Gray (6170); Dining Room: BM Kendall Charcoal (HC-166); Sitting Rm: Pratt & Lambert Paradise Green (16-14); SW Fireworks (6867); Study: SW Georgian Bay (6509). Credenza in study is from Room and Board.
Possible choice for all public areas? Shoji White by Sherwin Williams: Shoji White is less of a bright white and more of a soft, subtle gray-white. It reads almost a very pale gray in the image above, but I’ve seen others where it reads more white and can even be considered a very pale bottled green. Definitely one to test on the walls before buying an entire gallon. It’s super popular, especially paired with Urbane Bronze or Iron Ore (Sherwin Williams).
To create a good room, you need something that informs the colour to work from. Here’s what I started with: The area rug, which I ordered first. I didn’t make any firm decisions about the rest of the decor before it arrived (which was good, because once I saw it, I knew I wanted to work with periwinkle blue). My deep “black” walls concept. Not that it was necessary with this level of contrast (I could have gone straight black), but for fun, I pulled a soft black with a bit of purple to it for the walls, BM Almost Black 2130-30. My citrine glass lamps with black and gold shades. These were the most glam existing element in my room, and the goal was to bring the rest up to match. So overall, the main challenge was to create a more sophisticated and dramatic look.
Textiles...this house is a great nod to all the old home magazines I’ve collected. Girl’s bedroom is by Dulux and called Timeless Grey.
See how well it goes with teal? It's earthy and traditional and modern and fresh.
Color palette that incorporates the tamarind color.
Artwork seems to dictate it all
For the interior?