My Houzz: Scandinavian Style Inspires a Bungalow's New LookScandinavian Living Room, New York

Photo: Corynne Pless © 2013 Houzz

Danish living room photo in New York with gray walls and a brick fireplace —  Houzz
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beverly100 wrote:November 26, 2013
hwcatlin wrote:October 17, 2013
cincub wrote:October 3, 2013
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    Corynne Pless
    Hi!

    The exact wall color is unknown, but is very similar to Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore.

    Revere Pewter HC-172 Paint · More Info


    Hope this helps!
    Corynne
  • safemommy
    Try Calm by benjamin moore gray with very subtle beige undertones
User wrote:March 22, 2014
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    COASTROAD Hearth & Patio
    - This is a little late, but I believe what you see in the photo above is a wood insert in a masonry fireplace. Gas inserts don't typically have big wooden handles on the doors.


    Check this one out by Avalon, with a very similar door:
Linda Neilson wrote:November 17, 2013
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    Corynne Pless
    Hi!

    The homeowner used Pure White by Sherwin-Williams. Here is a link!

    Paint Color 7005 Pure White - Sherwin-Williams · More Info


    Corynne
pixieisms wrote:February 17, 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to How to Bring Balance to an Eclectic LookOctober 10, 2013

    Relax your space with neutrals and naturals. If your space is still feeling too haphazard, try toning it down with large expanses of neutral color on the walls, floor and big pieces of furniture. Bringing in natural materials and textures — like sisal or jute rugs, real or faux sheepskin and neutral-hued wool, linen and leather — can also go a long way toward creating harmony in an eclectic home.

    corynnepless
    Corynne Pless added this to My Houzz: Scandinavian Style Inspires a Bungalow's New LookSeptember 21, 2013

    Garuti's love of Scandinavian style, with its pale color palette and layered textures, influenced a lot of her decorating decisions. She painted the brick fireplace and changed the green walls to a neutral gray. "There is something quiet and soothing about (Scandinavian design), and it feels very unassuming and relaxed in a way that I find comforting," she says. How to paint a brick fireplaceWall color: custom mix similar to Revere Pewter, Benjamin Moore; chair: Oddfellows Antiques; rug: Color-Bound Seagrass Rug, Pottery Barn; cow hide: World Market; brick paint: Pure White, Sherwin-Williams

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    Brittany Abbott added this to Brittany's ideasJanuary 29, 2020

    Mesh chairs furr pillow accent Victorian puff thrown in

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    Erin Fulfer added this to Erin's ideasNovember 28, 2019

    I like the furniture in this space.

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