This classic white porch features traditional black shutters, patterned rockers, and potted plants for color. It's the perfect place to unwind on a warm summer night.
An alternative to stenciling is stamping a design on a wall. Stamps are available in various shapes and sizes to suit the design of the room.
One example of how repainting, rather than replacing, bathroom cabinets can work in many situations.
Delicate pink, dusky violet and flesh toned neutrals are embellished with mustard yellow for a modern interpretation of oil paint against a gilded frame.
Two shades of green give this informal dining space a crisp, clean look.
Tap the beauty of the color of vintage brick to add timeless elegance and a classic touch to the kitchen and dining area.
A traditional-style kitchen with an Italianate feel and light-colored granite countertops.
This room features a clean, strong blue originally found in the hall of 17th century St Giles House at Wimborne St Giles.
White appears above the chair rail, with brick red below. Blue on the furniture, in recesses and the inside of cupboards complete the look.
Bright, floral-inspired accents burst forth contrasted with neutral tones, while gray and charcoal provide a perfect backdrop to violets, greens and corals.