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November 23rd, 2015 Our Favorite Colors For This 2015 Fall

One of the best things about being a painting contractor is that we get to work alongside very creative people all the way through the end of a project. Other trades in the industry seldom get to see a finished space. We, on other hand, always do!

With that said, we have seeing hundreds of colors and styles this year, which is how we were able to pick our favorites.

Here they are…I hope you like them!!

Jeremy's Door


CornForth White 228 by Farrow&Ball (75%).

This color was used on a boy’s room.  A light color was chosen with the intention of making the room feel bigger.

A monochromatic color scheme was implemented in this space, which also created a greater spacious effect.  The ceiling has CornForth White tinted to 50%, walls are at 75% and the trim is at 100%.





Mizzle 266 By F&B

The homeowner and decorator chose this soft green for the living room of this Uptown New Orleans home. We really like the way that Mizzle 266 contrasts with stained woodwork. 

This color also looks amazing in smaller powder rooms as the color becomes more intense the smaller the space.

Also perfect for a sun room!




White Dove By Benjamin Moore was without a doubt the most popular color of 2015.

We have seen this color used in living rooms, dinning rooms, bedrooms, and powder room. You name it, we painted it with White Dove!

There are many amazing reasons for choosing white for your home. In fact, I am actually preparing a blog entry dedicated specifically to white colors.  But anyways, there are two main reasons most people choose to go with whites: for one thing it makes a room feel airy and full of light;  and second, you can do absolutely anything decor wise. It looks excellent with soft and dark furniture–anything from traditional to modern. The possibilities are limitless!


White Dove  OC-17 By Benjamin Moore



Barnwood CPS 115 by Benjamin Moore

The home office’s walls and trim of this brand new home were painted with Barnwood CPS 115, as shown on the photo above.

If you are looking to add drama to a room in your home, you can definitely achieve it with this dark, intense color. We absolutely love it!

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