My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in GeorgiaFarmhouse Entry, New York
Corynne Pless © 2013 Houzz
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6. Cool gray and warm beige. Neutrals don’t have to mean boring, and one trick to getting them right is getting the balance of colors right. Here, introducing both cool and warm neutrals creates a tranquil scene with staying power. Given the mellow colors, texture becomes important: The baskets, burlap pillow, chair seat and lamp shade all add warmth.Table paint: French Linen chalk paint, Annie Sloan; wall paint: Roxbury Caramel HC-42, Benjamin Moore
Consider your needs and the setup of your home. Maybe you don't have a back entry, and one of your needs is a gorgeous front entry that can also serve you with storage. Relax — it's possible to have both.
Under the open stairway, a muted gray console table holds an array of Kim’s antique finds. Antique miscellany fills a large glass jar, and vintage scissors and magnifying glasses highlight a vintage cup. Large demijohns and olive jars discreetly cover the air vent and fill the open space.