This repaint is a great example of how different a home can look with a new paint colour. The owner wanted the house to be brighter, but did not want it to feel cold. They had already painted a few rooms in a light creamy colour called buttermilk and liked it. They decided to have us paint more of it throughout the house. The buttermilk colour acts as a warm but neutral colour. This is perfect because they may decide to sell in the near future and it will be appealing to a wide array of potential buyers.
The darker yellow living and dining rooms walls were repainted in the buttermilk colour.
The space feels brighter and provides a blank canvas for furniture and artwork of any colour or style.
The stairwell went through the most dramatic change. The light yellow walls were repainted in the buttermilk colour and the darker red walls in revere pewter. The new colours compliment the flooring and the wood work.
Calming down the colours has created a relaxed, but elegant feel to the home.