Creating a color palette for a home takes skill and years of developing the knowledge on how to create a vision that can utilize what someone has in their room and turn it into a masterpiece. It’s about knowing how to create layers of colors but at the same time, knowing how to use different contrasting colors to create that feeling you're looking for in a room.
How do you want to feel every time you walk in your room? Do you want to feel warm and cozy? Or maybe you want your room to feel open and refreshed?
Today’s color review is Clay Beige by Benjamin Moore, I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color, also I’m going to give you an idea of what this paint color looks like in a North and South facing room and I’m going to provide you with three tips that help you decide if this is the right color for your home.
How many of you are looking for a paint color that’s between beige and gray? If that’s the case, then that means you’re looking for a greige paint color. However, finding the right greige paint color for your home isn’t as easy as you may think. Every greige color has its unique touch of color, and often many of these paint colors are known to be chameleons.
Today’s color review is Ballet White by Benjamin Moore, I’m going to show what makes this greige paint color unique, I’m also going to show you how it reacts to light in a North and South facing rooms, and I’m going to give you three valuable tips that you need to know about Benjamin Moore Ballet White before painting your home with this paint color.
Taupe paint colors are a lot more complicated than you may think. How many of you are looking for a beige color that is grayer but at the same time you want a color that is warmer than gray. Chances are you naturally gravitate towards a taupe paint color and often many people don’t realize what makes a taupe paint color. It’s a tricky paint color and like all colors, it has a personality of its own.
Today's color review is Taupe Tone by Sherwin Williams, I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color and give you an idea on how this paint color reacts to natural lighting. Then I’m going to give you three tips you should know about Taupe Tone before deciding to paint this color in your home.
Did you know that every beige paint color has an undertone? Have you ever painted a beige paint color in your home, and it didn’t turn out the way you hoped it would? Did it feel like there was something off and you can’t figure out why?
Beige paint colors are highly misunderstood and at the same time, many people make the mistake of pairing the wrong undertone of beige with the undertones that they have in their room. I see this every single day. I get orders online all-over North America and it’s one of the most common problems I see daily. By the way, it’s one thing to know an undertone of a paint color but there are so many other factors you must consider before picking the right beige for your home.
Today's color review is Muslin by Benjamin Moore, I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color, I’m also going to show you how this paint color reacts to lighting and I’m going to give some valuable tips that you should know about Muslin by Benjamin Moore.
Did you know there are over 170 different whites that you can choose with Benjamin Moore products? The question is what is the right white for your home? Pure White? Blue White? Off-White? Or what about a Creamy white?
Today’s color review is Ivory White by Benjamin Moore, I’m going to show you the undertone of this paint color, also I’m going to show you why it’s important to compare it to your fixed elements that you may have in your home and I’m going to give you 3 tips that will help you decide if this is the right color for your home.
One of the most popular gray paint colors by Sherwin Williams is Repose Gray but for those of you who want a little more warmth than what Repose Gray has to offer then maybe Silverpointe by Sherwin Williams might be the color you’re looking for your home.