A traditional white crib and white upholstered rocker are layered against walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Dove Wing, creating a neutral nursery with understated glamour. Wall-to-wall carpeting is topped by a sheepskin rug that adds softness and texture. Pretty pink baskets provide storage for stuffed toys.
A gold starburst mirror adds a little color and a lot of glam to this sweet, neutral nursery on New York’s Upper East Side. A traditional white dresser is topped by a changing station, with a soft pink basket to hold supplies. Walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Dove Wing.
This sweet, neutral nursery is filled with softness and light. Walls in Benjamin Moore’s Dove Wing give way to a subtly patterned Romo wallpaper used on the ceiling for added impact. Built-in shelves and cabinets offer plenty of storage for baby items and toys, and a sheepskin rug provides comfort underfoot.
This apartment is in a beautiful landmarked building in the Wall Street area. During its renovation, the designers strived for a modern feel but also wanted to pay homage to the Old World charm of the original building elements: massive windows, ornate ironwork furnaces and dark wood floors. The previously enclosed kitchen was opened up and the materials chosen to highlight the feel of old New York: reclaimed brick on the walls, steel countertops and backsplash, even the pendants have the look of gas lights. Paint: Benjamin Moore Dove Wing, Pendants: Remains Lighting Eugene, Brick: Brick It Used NY.
In this living room, to create a light backdrop for the furnishings, designers selected a pretty neutral for the walls: Benjamin Moore White Dove. The pale color also helped showcase the unique black-pained windows.
This home's foyer was once dark and boring but now projects a light, airy vibe. The woodwork is painted with Benjamin Moore White Dove and a whimsical gold and cream wallpaper is used throughout. Finishing out the design are a Visual Comfort light fixture, a pair of Mr. Brown mirrors and a Modern History chest.
A whimsical gold and cream wallpaper gives this once-dark foyer a light, airy vibe. The woodwork is painted with Benjamin Moore White Dove and is used throughout. Finishing out the design are a Visual Comfort light fixture, a pair of Mr. Brown mirrors and a Modern History chest.
Why waste space with plain hallways when you can add attractive, custom-built bookcases like this one, designed by Stacy Jacobi. Her design style has been described as “New England Coastal went to Hollywood,” and we think this bookcase demonstrates that perfectly. Jacobi had the bookcase handmade by Mark Blaire, who used simple unfinished pine with glass panes, then painted it with Benjamin Moore high-gloss White Dove paint.
To make this small(ish) apartment feel bigger during its renovation, the once-sunken floor into the living room was raised to create one seemingly larger, more open space. The carpeted floor was removed and replaced with wood. A comfortable entry unifies the space. Paint: Benjamin Moore Simply White; Flooring: State of the Art; Entry pendant: ABC Carpet and Home; Rug and chair: West Elm