Benjamin Moore Woodlawn Blue HC-147
This month I am finally working on a project of my own (which never happens). My bedroom. Of course I have all my fabrics and concept pulled together already. Narrowing the color down today.
I like colors that have depth and interact with light. Enter the lovely shade of blue above....
This color is rather popular with designers. I specified for a client's living room in the west end of Portland, Maine last year.
This is not the simplest color to work with, it REALLY depends on the lighting in the space. Large amounts of natural sun make it appear quite vibrant. Examples below:
Rooms with LITTLE natural sunlight will see the color appear more demure blue-gray. Examples below:
photo by garrison hullinger interiors
Light is the most important factor in choosing paint color. I don't receive much natural sun into this specific room, the color will appear rather mellow similar to the photo above. Prior to moving to Maine, I would not have chosen a color for the walls. I preferred beige, grays, or a mix of the two. However New England winters are sorely lacking in color and are LONG. Using more color inside meets the fundamental need for balance and makes those harsher seasons more beautiful.
As always, I will be using low VOC paint. If you do not know why that is important, let me know asap!
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