Your positive outlook and friendly, approachable nature will be attracted to this warm, color-washed palette. Accent with clear blues and add a touch of cream for a cozy finish. Textured fabrics, tweeds and velvets enhance the comfort you’re after.
Robin’s egg blue is a great color for both newer and older homes. We took this palette to a classic bungalow in NW Portland. Blue and yellow were the perfect colors to offset a classic black subway tile, tin ceiling, and rich hardwoods in the kitchen.
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You’re easygoing, comfortable, enjoying life’s simple pleasures. This understated palette offers the ideal hint of color to make you feel right at home. Choose slightly deeper tones for your fabrics and keep that softness going with plenty of texture.
Earlier this summer we did a “His & Hers” double bathroom remodel and this palette was the perfect bridge for the gap in their unique styles. Try this palette with rich wood and dark fixtures to bring some drama.
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Your life is like the perfect summer day: sunny, fresh, open to possibilities. That direct approach shines through in this clear, crisp palette accented with ripe greens and coral. To balance the bright tones, add off-whites with paint trim and fabrics.
This palette worked beautifully in a newer home remodel we affectionately named “Mango and Spice“. Tons of natural light allow our colors to really shine and create the perfect room for some rich, dark furniture to add some drama. Sage green cushions, and a chocolate brown sofa work in harmony with these sunny colors and help the room feel grounded. To check out the rest of the house, head over to our Photo Gallery. Or click the photo below.
This is such a fun palette to work with and it really shows in the photos below. We added some fun to this mudroom by displaying the homeowner’s vibrant collection of baskets from her travels. A crisp, white background really makes our palette pop.
In the kitchen we decided to stay true to the original style by choosing lighting and accents in a farmhouse style. A muted-tone subway tile gives this bright kitchen some sophistication.
Fresh, happy, a bit daring…you enjoy taking life straight on.
Bring that spirit home with this cheerful palette of robin’s egg blue, teal, coral and a touch of sky. When choosing fabric, be sure and add some fun prints to make your colors sing.
For a playful young girl’s room, this palette was just the ticket. We used AS05SP as our predominant color for the walls and used AS07SP as inspiration to match throw pillows. This palette is so much fun to play around with and looks amazing with crisp, white linens. We also added a very limey green to keep it playful. Don’t be afraid to be bold with your color choices, you can always mix and match between the seasonal palettes.