After a very rough wallpaper removal the walls are lookin' smooth as can be. The color is Amulet AF-365 by Benjamin Moore featured in the Candice Olsen Collection.
Winter time colors should evoke a sense of dignity and warmth. They must combat the dreariness of everyday winter and yet make it look like a dance.
With the trees now bare this light forest-sage green brings the foliage back into your home. It echoes the pine of the Christmas tree and would be great in a kitchen, family room or bathroom.
Golden hues are the epitome of elegance. Golden garland and warm lights feed into this color. Use this as the backdrop to your fireplace and hearth or in the entire living room. A home office would also take to this color well with mahogany built-ins.
Here is your neutral color used in transition spaces. Large open rooms and hallways, rooms that are connected to other rooms need a palette cleanser. As we move into 2016 you'll see the return of the off-white as neutral.
Lastly, our statement piece. The only color that says, "yes, I am brooding winter, what about it?" It's dramatic and wonderful. Paint this color in a formal dining room and use your holiday decorations of warm white lights, silver and gold and spruce to make it charming and cozy. An off-white table setting will bring back your neutral into the room taking off the edge.
Would you like to see these colors in your home? Give us a call! 812-219-1537 Estimates are always free!
Today, My Sister's Closet has reopened at a new location and we were asked if we'd be willing to lend some of our painting skills to the Non-profit organization's reopening. We had a really great time painting and serving in the community. I invited along a few members from my church and they brought with them the LDS Boy Scout Troop 120. The boys needed to fulfill a merit badge requirement which was to paint a wall. So I brought a hand full of painting supplies and did a short workshop on painting and rolling just like a pro. They did a really great job! We are grateful to them and grateful for the opportunity to serve My Sister's Closet.
My Sister’s Closet is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization established to provide free work force attire and Success Institute training to low-income and at-risk women pursuing employment.
They offer new and gently used quality clothing available for purchase to the public. Inside you will find a wonderful variety of suits, pants, skirts, blouses, sweaters, and accessories to help you fit into your new career, prepare you for that important interview, and maintain a fashionable wardrobe within a budget.
They are located at:
414 S. College Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47403
If you know an organization or family in need contact us because they may be eligible for our Paint It Forward Program. We only are able to do a few a year but we sure like helping where we can.
The great thing about the Color Theory process is that it's built around the lives of our customers. We specialize in residential interior repaints and are accustomed to painting for folks in various stages of living in their home. From new move ins, to getting ready to sell; or even if it's the house your kids grew up in and it hasn't been painted since the 80's. We have the solution to providing a comfortable and easy painting service.Read More