SOMETIMES THE PERFECT COLOR ISN'T FOUND IN A PAINT STORE
sometimes its the perfect neutral palette found in the downy feathers of a tiny chickadee
or the soft green of vintage glass
sometimes beautiful combinations can be found in the most unexpected places
or in a fleeting moment at twilight
but whatever your color inspiration...
you can find paint to match - I guarantee
I'm still catching up on answering reader's questions, so without further ado....
Thanks very much!!
Unfortunately, the photo you mentioned (above) didn't have any information on wall color. Below are a few Benjamin Moore paint samples that are in this color family.
I would try Mellowed Ivory or Timothy Straw in this palette
Bronzed Beige or Hampton Green in this palette
Sherwin Williams 'Whole Wheat' could be a close match
Sherwin Williams Convivial Yellow or Lucent Yellow
My husband and I saw a picture from your blog on Pinterest of a gorgeous white fireplace in a yellow room, with three pictures of yellow flowers over it.
We decided to do a "poor man's" version of this fireplace in our house. Instead of a granite slab, we used ceramic tiles on the hearth. The fronts of the columns open up for storage (my husband's idea). It turned out very well and covered up a lot of ugly brick. The attached pictures show a before and two afters. Thank you so much for the inspiration! Carmen
Your husband is truly talented. So happy you were inspired and that you allowed me to show your new fabulous fireplace!
FROM ANONYMOUSCan u please tell me what colour of drawing room sofa set will match with curry ivory tiles?
So, I did a little google search and came up with this photo of 'curry ivory' tile. I hope this is the color you were referring to as it isn't a term I'm familiar with here in the States. If it is close to this color, you are in luck - this is a nice neutral with a warm undertone. Charcoal Gray, Black, Chocolate Brown and Ivory all look lovely with this color. It's possible that an Olive Green may go nicely as well, but I'd have to see them together. You can't go wrong with the neutrals, though. Add color, if you want it, through accessories and fabrics. And.... Good Luck!