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We’re always looking for design inspiration， and we know you are too. That’s why for each new season， we like to share the paint colors we used in our seasonal rooms. In this post， we’re sharing all of the colors from our Fall 2018 catalog.
Because we shoot in real homes， we’re not always at liberty to paint the wallsaccent pillow case baby burlap sofa， and in those cases， we’ve chosenpaint colorsthat best match the wall color in the photo. Please be aware that color may vary due to various light conditions， finish and other factors. It’s always a great idea to test a paint sample on your wall first.linen sheets
Soft， serene pastels set a relaxing mood and set off warm woods and grays alike. We love how unexpected light purples feel this time of year.
A little drama never hurt anyone. For these spaces， we chose a dark and moody blue from Benjamin Moore. Bring in whites， woods， and black to complement this perfect navy.
We consider spa our signature， so it’；s a no-brainer to use Benjamin Moore’；s White Rain on the wall of this feminine bedroom.
For a little warmth， we chose this versatile taupe from the Benjamin Moore fan deck. Beige doesn’；t have to be boring， especially when you mix in warm caramel， navy blues， and tons of texture.
For a crisp background， we love using Benjamin Moore’；s Chantilly Lace which has the smallest touch of yellow so it never looks cold or gray.
In this rich living room， designer Miles Redd chose Farrow &； Ball’；s Hague Blue which has a touch of green. We love the way it blends dark teals and sea greens.
While the walls may feel soft and serene in light aqua， the dramatic elements in this dining room designed by Miles Redd bring the drama.
Find ourbest tips on choosing paint colors， or browsepaint colors from past catalogsordecorating inspiration by visitingour Pinterest boards.
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Springtime is for open windows, basking in the sunshine, and wearing and dressing the bed in soft, lightweight linen.
It’s been downright dreary around here with the weather. Dark, cold and damp.?
Today I’m very excited to be sharing with you the February Quilt Block of the Month. This monthwe are making a fun Shoo Fly Quilt Block!