Renovations

Style at Home Country Colour paint collection

Style at Home Country Colour paint collection Author: Style At Home

Renovations

Style at Home Country Colour paint collection

It’s a tale as old as time: a room so cold and unwelcoming that guests seem to shy away from visits. But the right shade of Beauti-Tone Paint, like the ones in the new Style at Home Country Colour Collection, can make even the beastliest space ready for human contact. The gentle, casual hues of these beauties bring out the best in any style – from country to contemporary – with soft, effortless colours that are timelessly appealing, proving that (in this fairy tale, anyway) beauty is only wall deep.

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Photography by Donna Griffith

1 Odd couple
Unify seemingly disparate furniture colours (like the blush pink and sage green used here) with a neutral backdrop that has undertones of both colours. Earth-toned paints like these are versatile because of their many colour notes. Wall paint, Japonica FD009; hutch paint, Rearview FD007. country-colour-wainscotting.jpg
Photography by Donna Griffith

2 Code of contrast
Painting wainscotting a hue subtly darker than the wall itself (two to three shades deeper) is just the right amount to make it a standout feature. Wall paint, Dapple FD003; wainscotting paint, Piaffe FD004. country-colour-sophistication.jpg
Photography by Donna Griffith

3 Simple sophistication
Here, decorating with white takes centre stage in a range of styles. The formal club chairs with nailhead detailing, the casual linen sofa and the toss cushions with vintage-inspired prints are all unified by the warm off-white walls. Wall paint, Worn Cedar FD028. country-colour-beadboard.jpg
Photography by Donna Griffith

4 Baby got back
The beadboard backing of this wooden hutch was given a dramatic dose of darkness in a colour that’s somewhere between charcoal grey and black. The satin paint finish glistens in contrast to the patina of the rustic accessories on the shelf. Hutch paint, Satin Glass FD005. country-colour-chateau-chic.jpg
Photography by Donna Griffith

5 Chateau chic
Blending the shabby chic look of the French countryside with the formal yet whimsical Parisian Art Deco style, this bedroom embraces the kind of smoky pastels that achieve elegance very time. Wall paint, Duck Egg FD043; panel trim paint, Waterski FD015; bed frame paint, Janvier FD014. country-colour-rainbows.jpg
Photography by Stacey Van Berkel

6 Redefining rainbows
The creamy putty colour of this mirror’s frame just goes to show that a little colour – even one as muted as this – goes a long way in a sleek white room. Mirror paint, Pierced FD045. country-colour-monochrome.jpg
Photography by Donna Griffith

7 Monochrome
Create a seamless effect in a room by choosing only one colour for your palette. Pick a paint chip that you love, take it with you on your hunt for wallpaper patterns, fabrics and decor accessories and bring everything together for a strong look that doesn’t overwhelm the eyes. Hutch paint, Pitcher FD050. country-colour-white-house.jpg
Photography by Stacey Van Berkel

8 White house
To make your all-white room crisp and modern yet still warm and inviting, layer shades of white for a look that is sleek and stylish but far from sterile. Cabinetry paint, Tennis Whites FD018; wall paint, Hotel Ware FD046. country-colour-bountiful-beauty.jpg
Photography by Donna Griffith

9 Beautiful botany
A nature-inspired palette doesn’t have to be as literal as using leaf-green and rose-red paint. Pick a neutral colour with natural undertones and you’ve painted the groundwork for botanical decor that can change with the seasons! Wainscotting paint, Piaffe FD004. country-colour-sea.jpg
Photography by Donna Griffith

10 Staring at the sea
Layering soft, watery blues lends a fresh beach house style that can bring home memories of your favourite shore, from New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy (the inspiration for this beach-inspired dining room) to Vancouver’s Kitsilano Beach. Bonus? The dash of sunlight peeking in from the back of the cabinet and the cloudy white trim. Wall paint, Oldenburg FD001; trim paint, Hotel Ware FD046; cabinetry paint, Eddy Current FD030; cabinet backing paint, Citrine FD033; chair paint, Irish Sea FD036.
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Renovations

Style at Home Country Colour paint collection