Your style is classic, smart, and straightforward.
The perfect palette for you offers clean lines and a touch of drama by punctuating fresh white with strong fabric colors. In fabrics, go for deep tones, lots of texture, and mix in a bold black and white print. This palette is great for older, classic homes but will work well in a modern setting as long as the colors are fully saturated.
I recommend using no more than four colors to create a coordinated color scheme. Subtle hues and tints of these colors may be used to vary the effect. Each palette is divided into one predominant color and three accent colors. Use the predominant color in the palette for the largest areas or space in the house, such as the entryway, hallway, family room, or great room. We ended up using the predominant color–a crisp white–in the kitchen, and one of the accent colors–a sunny yellow–for the living room and dining room.
We used this color palette for an update of a beautiful 1920’s cottage in NW Portland. A bold, black and white kitchen leads into a sunny dining and living room. Romantic arches and built-ins are brought to life with our AS01W and AS02W. This home was always full of charm, now it has the colors to match. Check out the rest of the photos here.
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