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this is an example of a black border/with tan polished floor up against a wood floor
The flow of colors with different designs on the walls. Love white woodwork, especially in archways Like the transition from tile to hardwood
white flowers...white molding
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tan floor acts as base for white elsewhere
Tile and white
Georgian Townhouse Hallway
dark & white mix for big sliding door
Gray walls black door and white trim
tan chair...black and white
colors walnut and tan
sustainable prefab contemporary wood warm modular cool clean minimal cabinets
Shakespeare Tan red accent color
dark tan wall beige wall
Knotty pine floor, white walls , POC
white painted ceiling, door jams also (square)
contrast btwn old/new, white/turquoise, knotty pine floor/white plank ceiling
white plank ceiling, blonde wood floor, blue really pops
turquoise built ins & door with white ceiling, walls, with natural wood floor
White, white, white, white, white, stop — teal! White can lure you into complacency and then — bam — introduce color to shock you off your feet.
The architects of LASC Studio in Copenhagen, Denmark, show just how modern the classic material can be when they pair it with a bright white and a bold turquoise color.
Pair bold turquoise with white for an haute contemporary look, as in this hallway …
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Sorry - I didn't get the paint color. Really pretty! Love the white frames also. Thanks for your reply.
Love this color in this hallway. Great job with the photo display in White.
Dark gray with moulding. Clean lines, white frames
Gorgeous dark matte paint and small hallway brightened by tons of white frames. Beautiful.
Gray and white paint with white picture frames looks great!
hallway display black/white pics in white frame
love blue paint with white framing.
lots of frames but work well with dark background and white frames
Use complementary coloursIntroduce one bold colour and pair with white for a look that’s strong yet serene at the same time. White and grey is a classic combo, and this dark shade perfectly highlights the white-framed photographs for an inviting display.