Are you looking to change the color of your home but don’t know where to start? It can feel daunting to create a color palette that will work with what you have, make the entire home have a good flow and feel connected. This beautiful family home features neutral interiors with a restful color palette that can easily be replicated in many homes across the country.
What I love the most about this home is its simple approach to design, decor and color. As you will see, this is a house where many of us can see similarities with our own home, from its floor plan to its size. I wanted to show that we don’t need to own a multi-million dollar home to have it done right.
When choosing the colors for each room of your house, start with its exterior. Make sure that all the colors complement each other. If you like to add something interesting, choose an unexpected paint color for your front door. This always add personality to any exterior. When it comes to the interior, choose colors that make you feel good. Neutral paint colors always give you the opportunity to play with the decor more. Choose a color that can work with seasonal decors such as Christmas, fall and summery colors.
This family home will present you with a very current color palette. Take notes on wall, trim and exterior paint color. You might want to save this information for when you’re ready to pick the right color for your home.
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Whole House Paint Color Ideas
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The exterior is painted with Sherwin Williams Gladiola on the front door, Benjamin Moore Storm on the exterior brick and siding, Benjamin Moore Simply White on windows and trim, and Benjamin Moore Baby Seal Black on the shutters. The windows are Integrity Wood-Ultrex casement.
This beautiful light-filled living room features oak flooring, Benjamin Moore Simply White paint on the ceiling and Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter paint on the walls, Integrity Wood-Ultrex swinging french doors, and a Minka Aire Strata ceiling fan in Smoked Iron.
This room measures approximately 14′ x 15.5′.
Fireplace Color Scheme
The wall paint color is Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore, a color that works perfectly with the flooring of this home. The fireplace mantel, trim work and plank wall above fireplace are painted in Benjamin Moore Simply White. Notice that the fireplace tiling also works perfectly with the paint color.
The herringbone fireplace tiling is from Hakatai.
The flooring in this space is a mixture of new and refurbished oak.
The wall paint color in this dining room is once again Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore and the trim and door paint color is Simply White by Benjamin Moore.
Notice the framed blue and white fabric above the sideboard.
The simplicity of this kitchen is what makes it to be so beautiful and classic.
The space is roughly 12′ x 16′
This small family home kitchen features 3cm Bianco Carrara Marble counters, hardware salvaged from original kitchen, a mixture of new and old oak flooring, Rittenhouse 3×6 white gloss tile for the backsplash, Benjamin Moore Simply White paint on the ceiling, BM Revere Pewter on the walls, and a clear Shades of Light Teardrop Seeded Pendant above the island.
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The mud room cabinet is painted in Benjamin Moore Simply White. The tile flooring is 12×12 honed Crema Marfil floor tile and the hooks are from Restoration Hardware.
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Paint Color is Stonington Gray HC-170 by Benjamin Moore.
The laundry room features shaker-style cabinets by Amazonia Cabinetry, hardware from Restoration Hardware and Pottery Barn, Honed Crema Marfil floor tile and Rittenhouse 3×6 white gloss backsplash tile.
Faucet: This is the Kohler “Simplice” faucet. Sink is also from Kohler.
This laundry room about 8′ x 10′.
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This dressing room features 3cm Bianco Carrara Marble on the island, oak floors, Restoration Hardware Round Glass Knobs on the cabinets and a large West Elm white capiz shell pendant to top it off. Isn’t it beautiful?
Paint Color is BM HC-172 Revere Pewter.
The master bedroom once again features oak floors, Benjamin Moore River Reflections paint, and George Kovacs wall sconces in polished chrome with white linen shades. This bedroom feels modern and classic at the same time!
The paint color in this bathroom is River Reflections by Benjamin Moore.
Do you want to get the look? Let’s do it! This bathroom features 3cm Bianco Carrara Marble at the vanities, Anna Sacks “Savoy” 3X6 and 2×4 tiles in “Dove” on shower walls and backsplash, D190 Payette Liner for shower walls and niche, 3″ Carrara Hex honed and polished floor and shower floor tile, and Restoration Hardware chrome Dillon sconces.
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I hope you are feeling great today.
Did you enjoy the post? What do you think of the “Home Bunch Easy Pin”? Do you think this can be useful and easier to keep track on sources used? Is it more fun to pin this way? Let me know if you guys like the idea. If so, I can start doing this every Wednesday for you guys.
I am off now to exercise. Since I found out I am gluten intolerant I have being paying close attention to my health and that includes starting to exercise. It’s not that easy since I don’t do much since I had the kids, but I want to feel healthier from now on.
Enjoy your day, my friends and pay attention to the choices you’re making today. Always take care of yourself. We need to remember how valuable our health is.
Come back tomorrow for a new post. I’ll be waiting for you. 🙂
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Builder: CG&S Design-Build. Design by Joanna Hartman. Photography by Ryann Ford. Styling by Adam Fortner.
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