Are the upper walls above the trim the same color as the trim?
selh05
June 6, 2013 in Photo Questions
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The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
If you notice the sliver of wall on the left of the photo, you will see that the walls themselves, including above the trim, are a slightly warmer white than the trim. The paneling that you see in the photo is the same color as the trim.
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selh05
Would you be willing to share paint colors so I may study?
0 Likes   October 18, 2013 at 7:40AM
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selh05
I live this home! It is one of my absolute favorites on Houzz.
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The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
We do not post specifics on paint colors or manufacturers. These decisions are based on the aesthetic of the client, our goals for the room, and such ephemeral influences as the way the light fills the room.
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selh05
Thank you for responding.
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The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Due to a change in office policy, I am happy to share that the walls above the trim are Silken Pine 2144-50 by Benjamin Moore. The paneling that you see in the photo is the same color as the trim- Moonlight White 2143-60.
0 Likes   Thanked by selh05    September 3, 2014 at 11:53AM
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selh05
I've been trying to recreate this for a long time! Thank you so much for taking the time I remember and respond!
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