Color

Sally and I have been asked to help develop the exterior color scheme for our Newton project, so today I took time to poke thru a stack of magazines for inspiration. Found several good ideas…

Nor would I mind lingering over a glass of chilled rose here.

 

I’m liking the creamy yellow stucco, faded olive green shutters and limestone lintels. The hint of a Juliet balcony at the second floor windows is delightful! The front door has me thinking, too…

 

More subtle and cooler, yet still friendly. I like these front doors, too.

 

The most playful for last – with the eggplant shutters and trim. Might be too casual for this house. Maybe I’ll save this combination for when Sally and I repaint our house…

 

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It’s easy to say or describe for some rooms. I can’t put my finger on it for this room, which invites me to loosen my tie, kick off my shoes and put my stocking feet up on the furniture. Maybe it’s the color of the wall or the linen slip covers. What ever it is, It makes me feel warm and fuzzy.

LOVE the curved closet door!

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This picture got me to wondering. Why is it that most interiors in New England are painted white or beige?

Sally and I both agree, the floor is fantastic!!! Very cool door hardware, too!

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