Philadelphia PenthouseEclectic Entry, Philadelphia
Courtney Apple Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
When it comes to creating an impactful feature wall, the more you mix it up the better. Use different sizes of photos, prints, art and items to add visual interest to your wall design. Try mixing new and old, big and small, square and round, colorful and black-and-white. Framing your photos in different colors, styles, thicknesses and shapes will add even more flair.
Don't be afraid to snag exact shades. See a wall color you love in a magazine, on a blog or on Houzz? On Houzz, clicking the photo can lead to more information ... and there is no reason not to use the color yourself.This wall: Key Largo Green | Tips for matching colors from photos to real life
What Is a Signature Color?Personal. A signature color at its heart is a hue that is associated with you. Friends are reminded of you when they see "your" color, and a home feels more authentically you when it is woven in. Sometimes it happens accidentally, but you can also intentionally cultivate a signature hue.
The designer's foyer sings a happy note in Key Largo Green by Benjamin Moore. Wilson purchased the mirror from Joss & Main and hand painted the ampersand canvas. Artwork from her parents' collection, digital prints and family photos make up the gallery wall.