Farmhouse ReinterpretedFarmhouse Hall, Burlington
Rob Karosis Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
The myth: Every room must be painted the same color to feel of a piece.The truth: "Rather than all the same color, I prefer layer varying shades of a color room to room," Williams says. "Rooms can all be tied together with a common trim paint, but varying the shade ever so slightly can help with the flow of the house. This is easy to do right on a color wheel or by creating custom colors at the paint store."More: Color guides for every roomHow to live happily ever after with a colorphobe
Considered hallways. So many hallways are treated as afterthoughts during the design process. Rather than being considered spaces that can enrich our daily experiences, these hallways make us feel like the proverbial mouse scurrying to and fro. This doesn't have to be the case, as these glorious hallways attest.