When we designed our home we knew we wanted the first floor to have a great room, meaning, a kitchen that expanded into a family room. It’s more open, communal, and I am able to keep track of those kids a bit better.
So, I had to pick a paint color that worked for a white, country kitchen and a cozy family room. Again, I used my Benjamin Moore squares.
I wanted an airy, light space, a color that flowed from the living room and one that I could decorate out from instead of being committed to. Bring in your color and texture in your items.
I actually just added these blue shutters to my wall for some more color. They were up for about 5 days before I decided to whitewash them. That was really fun albeit messy. I’ll post on what whitewashing is soon.
My Duck Egg Blue color plus a little orange.
Books to coordinate. And I always love a bit of green.
KITCHEN & FAMILY ROOM/GREAT ROOM COLOR: BENJAMINE MOORE CEDAR KEY
Wednesday is the Dining Room!