A few months ago, I received a call from a homeowner who needed help choosing colors for her home. Pat, the homeowner, had many collections in her home that she has made and also collected over the years:
All of her furnishings were in great condition and were going to stay. This made my job easier since I just had to select colors for existing furnishings with my large color samples from Maria:
We started in the living room and I used the largest upholstered piece in the room to begin looking at colors. Pat and I had decided at the beginning on the consult that we were going to use warm, soft neutrals to bring everything in the room together and also to highlight her collections.
Living Room before painting:
Living room after painting with BEN Moore Monroe Bisque HC-26:
See how the room looks softer? Monroe Bisque is a soft, yellow beige that matches perfectly with the cream flowers in the sofa.
If you are seeing green on the walls in the photos, you are not mistaken! Depending on the light and time of day, Monroe Bisque can look green at times.
Pat carried the Monroe Bisque into the hallway:
Here is a before picture of a sunny breakfast room:
After painting with Ben Moore Palladian Blue HC-144:
Such a pretty room! I suggested using a large mirror on the wall across from the window to open up the room and bring the light in.
Below is a picture of the den before:
And after painting Ben Moore Santorini Blue 1634:
So pretty after painting:
Below is a before and after picture of one of my favorite rooms in the home. I used the quilt on the to select the color for this room. Guest room before:
Guest room after:
We used ben Moore Georgian Green HC-115 (one of my new favorite colors!). See how the wall color just makes the whole room come together? That is the magic of paint!
Thank you so much Pat for sending me the pictures! I love to see the after photos after a color consultation. I hope you all enjoyed! What a difference a little paint can make!
If you need help selecting paint colors for your home, contact me today.