Paint colors, in order from left to right, top to bottom: South Beach 20433-50 [Benjamin Moore],
Jute AF-80 [Benjamin Moore], Midsummer Night 2134-20 [Benjamin Moore], Cucumber Salad 562 [Benjamin Moore], Bewitching Blue SW6960 [Sherwin Williams], Teresa's Green 236 [Farrow&Ball].
Paint colors, in order from left to right, top to bottom: Riviera Azure 822 [Benjamin Moore], Light Khaki 2148-40 [Benjamin Moore], Mercury CPP1 18 [Christopher Peacock Paints], Mysterious AF-565 [Benjamin Moore], Van Courtland Blue HC-145 [Benjamin Moore], Deep Aubergine 100F-7 [Behr]
I'll definitely be keeping this issue close at hand to reference some tried and true and expertly selected colors. In fact, some of the cabinet colors and finishes we've experimented with in our design studio are spot on with some of these "trends".
BM Van Courtland Blue
Similar to BM Blue Note 2129-30
Finally, check back for an update on an exciting client project that I started working on this week. The design for their new kitchen is turning out beautifully, but more than that, they've selected a gorgeous and unique color palette that has given me great inspiration.
And for those of you still on the hunt for that perfect white, here are my favorites for kitchen cabinetry:
Oxford White - CC-30 - Very pure and crisp, but not stark or chalky
White Dove - OC-17 - The perfect soft and creamy, comfortable white--you can't go wrong here
Dune White - CC-70 - More toward the gray end of the spectrum; a little "dirtier", but in a good way
Silver Satin - OC-26 - Not as white; silver with the slightest hint of gray-green--soothing and classic