Between the siding, column and trim colors it’s a tasteful neutral palette, and therefore the perfect canvas for a vibrant hue on the front door. The tropical blue-green door gives the house an I’m-vacationing-on-the-water vibe. This is a great palette for those seeking a calm, cool and relaxed look for their house. Get the look: Siding in Tradewind, columns in Riverway, trim and porch ceiling in Snowbound and front door in Tantalizing Teal, all from Sherwin-Williams.
Paint Pick: Wool Skein 6148 by Sherwin Williams This greige eating area is a great example of understated elegance. The wall color, artwork and furniture all work together to create a space that feels organic and warm. While the lighting fixture adds just a touch of sparkle. Paint Pick: Wool Skein 6148 by Sherwin Williams
Pair your creamy white walls with a whiter color on the trim, ceiling and fixtures. The ivory-toned walls in this bathroom, for example, create a subtle contrast between the cooler white of the bathtub and surround. The effect in this rustic bathroom is a soft glow — something a paler or cooler white wouldn’t do. Glacier White AC-40, both Benjamin Moore; ceiling paint: White Dove, Benjamin Moore
https://www.houzz.com/magazine/try-these-5-color-palettes-for-a-midcentury-modern-look-stsetivw-vs~91645221 Not everyone wants to invest in a chartreuse sofa. Once again, look for smaller accents to make a big midcentury modern statement. Bright green accent furniture in organic shapes and accessories in this bright color can play well with gray furniture or a gray-painted wall.
For the walls, the designer used Benjamin Moore’s Marylin’s Dress, a paint color she describes as “a heavenly, soothing blue-gray.” From there she added more grays, shades of blue from light sky to indigo and a few punches of black and white to the color palette. “We opted for a clean, tailored and classic transitional look,” she says. Chinoiserie inspired the fabric and accent pieces. “Chinoiserie was a great way to bring in pattern play on the accents. It’s classic and also went along with the global influence idea they liked,” she says.
There are so many different whites you could use. You are looking for warm whites then I would use for number 1 White Down OC-131 and for 2 mascarpone AF-20. It's complimentsbeach other. If you want a cool look then I would use for 1 Silver Satin OC-26 and for 2 Cloud Cover OC-25 1 = trim and doors 2=walls and ceiling
steel wool and pewter Benj Moor Here are some of our favorite color combinations that pair perfectly with brick as accents: Soft yellow with cream Charcoal with light gray Sage green with taupe Rich green with gray Forest green with black Exterior Painting https://www.studio-mcgee.com/studioblog/2017/9/20/front-door-paint-colors
painted brick, colors Here are some of our favorite color combinations that pair perfectly with brick as accents: Soft yellow with cream Charcoal with light gray Sage green with taupe Rich green with gray Forest green with black Exterior Painting https://www.studio-mcgee.com/studioblog/2017/9/20/front-door-paint-colors
Light gray shiplap walls (Gray Owl by Benjamin Moore) create a soothing backdrop, with a glass-tile fireplace surround, original artwork, light blue paint on the back of the built-in bookcase (Adrift by Sherwin-Williams) and dark gray interior doors (Raccoon Fur by Benjamin Moore) adding depth without overwhelming the room. “We utilized materials that had a sprinkling of color versus solids,” Kessler says.