Thoughts About House Color Schème
BM Pink Buff
Paint Color not known
Johnstone Renaissance Pink
2/3 BM Ballet Slipper 1/3 white
SW Bella Pink
Farrow and Ball Pink Ground
Beautiful. The ochre paint was mixed in with the plaster in this custom job.
Really dramatic juxtaposition of ochre and blue
Deep ochre with red accents
Dunn-Edwards Honey Glow. Looks nice with gray.
Farrow and Ball Blue Gray
Very pretty neutral. Custom color. Cream with a bit of apricot added, maybe?
Pretty, warm neutral. Paint not identified.
This buttery cream color is a very nice neutral. Looks nice with wood furniture, which we have a lot of.
I really do love a golden yellow.
Beautiful, warm red.
Grayish: a greenish gray from Clare Paints
Sussex Green HC 109. Very pretty. Maybe for living room?
This is a very pretty green.
A fun stair runner.
Gorgeous walls. A glaze of several different apricot and yellow colors over a warm white base. It looks like the woodwork is just whitewashed — definitely not enamel finish.
Didn’t like the color, but like the idea of bold paint colors paired with wooden furniture.
Same house project as previous picture. Again, she did layers of paint.
Owner layered paint colors to get the effect on the walls.
Lacquer walls in a powder room.
Lacquer surfaces create a lot of light, even when the color is dark.
Dunn-Edwards Swiss Coffee. A very creamy tan.
Wall color is Nearly Peach by Sherwin Williams. This, in fact, could be the perfect neutral. Would definitely look good with fireplace, and would play well with other colors.
A buff yellow? Warm ivory? Looks nice with the blue.
The wall color is Joa’s White, by Farrow and Ball. A very nice warm color.
Farrow and Ball India Yellow.
Farrow and Ball Down Pipe. A very pretty lead gray.
Oval Room Blue again. Love this color.
Farrow and Ball Oval Room Blue. This color has caught my eye before.
Farrow and Ball Pigeon
This is Farrow and Ball Brinjal, a purply brown. In some photos it looks purple, in others it looks maroon, and in this one it looks like a deep red. Gorgeous color. Farrow and Ball colors have a lot of pigment, so, it might be worth looking at this brand for the deep accent color.
This came up on the Tomato Tango search, but I don’t think this is Tomato Tango. It is a beautiful coppery red.
This looks a little like Sherwin William’s torchlight paired with neutral gray.
BM Aura Affinity Honeymoon or Sherwin Williams Torchlight 6374
Color not given, but people suggested it was Sherwin William’s Torchlight.
This show how a peachy color would work with a green undertone gray.
Here is an example of gray with peach.