Sherwin-Williams Paint Palette
Greys and cool whites continue to predominate in our palette for Winter 2018, but sparked with accents of deep, rich hues like gold, teal and darkest blue. Try using these confident, sophisticated colours leavened with lots of white or grey, as we did with our Lush Velvet Quilt in Golden Oaks mixed with a white jacquard duvet, grey channel-tufted headboard and barely-grey Reflection on walls. Craving a bolder pop of colour? Try Real Red or Goldfinch as an accent colour on the back of bookshelves, highlighting a front door, or in a smaller or lesser-used room like a foyer, powder room, dining room or library. Not dying to go that deep? We’re loving Mellow Coral as a flattering, slightly peachier update of millennial pink.
Tips for choosing colours like a pro:
- Use different shades of the same colour to create depth. Instead of standard white, try painting trim a deeper shade of the wall colour, or use the same hue in a high-gloss finish.
- Try a satin finish on walls instead of the typical flat finish paint. It gives darker or richer colours more depth, looks more polished, and— bonus points—is easier to clean.
- In a small, dark room, don’t assume you have to go with white or light colours. A darker hue can visually enlarge the space because it makes corners disappear and furnishings pop.
We are proud to offer industry leading staging services to all of our clients!
We believe that creating an environment that feels warm and welcoming along with having the balance of function and visual appeal is so important.
Depending on your home and the prospective audience of buyers, we tailor the look to suit their style. Using soft and neutral colours as well as positioning furniture to make all the spaces flow together; your home will look and feel airy and elegant.
Working with esteemed designer Alicia Sass, we proudly offer complimentary staging to all of our clients.