candice olson bedroom paint colors

candice olson bedroom paint colors

what i want to show you is some of my favoritecolors. one of my real favorites is benjamin moore’s revere pewter. it’s a great neutral.it’s somewhere between a taupe and a gray and i love it because it’s a real chameleon.it can go warm and it can go cool; it works with so many things and that’s a real classic.on the wall we have another neutral called dufferin terrace. it has a little warmer qualityto it, a little more earth tone, almost a little more red in it, but it’s still agreat neutral. now we have woodlawn blue. i love this color. it has almost a green castand look how great it looks with those silks and great with the painting. now often you’re looking for an inspirationto start the color and that is really the


carpet or fabric on pillows, upholstery, orart, so we really look for inspiration for the color. now with this one, beacon grayis a fantastic color. i love it and don’t be fooled by the name gray because it reallyhas a blue quality to it; it’s just not a bright blue. it’s that soft blue but stillhas a great freshness. again, look how great that works with the piece of art so that wasreally the influence and i love the way it works. don’t also be afraid to match a paintcolor to art. the art will really pop in the space. now for a fresh color and especially for bedroomsi love lavender ice. it’s so clean and fresh and beautiful and bright, especially in spacesthat tend to be a little darker. it’s a


great color to give you that pop. now fora really great pop, we have benjamin moore louisiana hot sauce and again you can seehow this pillow was used as the influence and it really changes the dynamic. so if youhave the dufferin terrace on the wall, there’s that soft look. if you want the drama andbringing out all those colors, you get it from louisiana hot sauce so great colors tochange the look of a space. [end of audio]