I just purchased my first home. It has cathedrals ceilings in the living + master bedroom. I love your color pallette in your home. First, what is the color you used in your entryway? Second of all, what are some colors you would recommend as an “all over house color”, a good “bathroom” color and a good “bedroom” color? I want the entire home to be fresh, airy, and warm….i am finding a hard balance between lighter colors and white!
Hi Jessica, You can not tell from the pics how dark my walls really are…but they are Kingsport Grey by Benjamin Moore. A dark greyish brown. I have that in my entryway, upstairs halls, family room & basement. My family room has cathedral ceilings and the Kingsport works well in there. My dining room is a crisp bright white with white crown molding. My kitchen is Restrained Gold by Sherwin Williams. My powder room is Broad Street Brown Sherwin Williams. I have not painted my Master yet but it will be a taupe color. I have a quest bedroom I painted a nice med-light grey.
Color is really your preference. A good rule of thumb is keeping the same level of shade and use a complementing colors from room to room, so if you use different colors they should all blend well together. Neutral cool colors work for me. If I see a darker color I really like I usually go one shade lighter just to be safe. I hope this helps!
I will definitely be linking you to my blog once I publish it. Love the trees! But where did you get the falling snow animation? We’re having a very rough time right now and I’d love to have it to pass on to family members. It made me smile and smiles are very precious right now.
Hi Anna, the falling snow is a WordPress.com feature during winter. Just a button to activate it. If you make a blog use WordPress and you can get it. God Luck Kim~Made in a Day
Would you make and sell me a winter wreath – the one in pinterest that is white with the red birds?
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