Paint the ceiling for a cohesive designer look. For this small bathroom, Atlanta designer Michele Gratch used Benjamin Moore’s Habanero Pepper, which matches the reddish tones in the chinoiserie wallpaper. Also, she had the seagrass rug custom cut, which is not a budget buster, and added a border with a yard of fabric that coordinated with the wallpaper.
Go with your changing tastes. When DIYer and stylist Jo Torrijos renovated her Craftsman bungalow kitchen in 2009, she installed cherry cabinets. She later grew tired of the look, but didn’t want to purchase new cabinets. By repainting them in a light gray (Benjamin Moore’s Gray Owl), Torrijos was able to modify her kitchen to go with her updated style.
Can you believe these tasteful stairs were once orange? To transform them, the designer sanded the handrails and stained them with a dark walnut stain. Stairs and spindles got a coat of fresh paint, Benjamin Moore Simply White, that matches the hallway walls.
This white kitchen gets its dimension from the accents: a subtly patterned backsplash, golden pendants and dark barstools with patterned seats. Lighting: Global Views; Bar Stools: Jessica Charles; Paint: Benjamin Moore
The mix of materials on the countertop and along the backsplash work because the palette is the same rich orange, similar to the Benjamin Moore metallic wall paint, and offset by a large expanse of off-white linen painted cabinetry.
Benjamin Moore's “Rockport Gray" paint covers the walls in this transitional bedroom and sets a perfect backdrop for the dark velvet wingback headboard from Hickory White. Custom drapes and traditional white lamps complete the space.
The spare, simple backdrop of this nursery's white walls and wood floors is energized with colorful toys and playful details like the hot air balloon mobile. Paint: Benjamin Moore Simply White; Crib: Stokke; Rocking Chair: Giggle
By painting their master bedroom a dark shade of gray-brown from Benjamin Moore called Affinity, the homeowners were able to create a dramatic, neutral backdrop on which to showcase a collection of modern art.
To make a room feel warmer, try painting the ceiling, trim and doors all the same color. In this room, Benjamin Moore's "Fusion" is used. Patterned wallpaper adds movement, while silvery tones keep it from getting too dark.
To freshen up the look of this master bathroom, designers removed the built-in tub and added this freestanding beauty. New marble floors and blue walls complete the remodel. Marble: Astoria gray marble tile; Paint: Benjamin Moore Philipsburg Blue
Chic accents and furniture make this transitional kitchen a warm, welcoming space. Industrial-style Restoration Hardware barstools line the eat-in counter, with Anthropologie pendants hanging above. Benjamin Moore paint on the cherry wood cabinets creates a sleek look.
This family room, painted in Benjamin Moore "super white," features Hunter Douglas plantation shutters, a leather sofa, two white swivel chairs, an industrial coffee table, a tall stone fireplace, and a built-in entertainment center with concealed behind white barn doors.