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Southampton Place Residence | Modern Eclectic Family Room, Houston

Example of an eclectic enclosed dark wood floor family room design in Houston with blue walls and a wall-mounted tv — Houzz

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Monica Grant wrote:
What is wall/ceiling color? - I love everything about the decor in the home, especially this room!
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What was the wall and ceiling color for the living room with BM Peacock Blue trim and built-in bookcase? is it BM Bird's Egg?
francescamillsstylist wrote:
Paint color - What are these paint colors I can't get to the original Article and I love it thank you so much
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It is strange there isn't a link to the original article, I had to dig it up from email.

Paint color is: Peacock Blue, by Benjamin Moore

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Cucina Bella Ltd. - Rebecca Gagne CKD wrote:
Built In Paint colour please - This space is amazing!! Would you happen to have the paint colour on the built in cabinetry?
zx14 wrote:
Never mind question re paint color! - I read a bit further and found it-- sorry I was too eager and just had to ask right away :)
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zx14 wrote:
What is the shade of turquoise on shelving & trim? - Am from New Mexico and have been looking for just the right shade of turquoise for taste of home here in New England. And I love your "anything goes but composed' decor style.

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Jennifer Blaise Kramer added this to Houzz Tour: A Federalist-Style Home Lightens Up
Photos by Casey Dunn PhotographyHouzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Landscape architect Cedar Baldridge and her dog, VioletLocation: Houston, TexasSize: 2,654 square feet (246.6 square meters); two bedrooms, 2½ bathroomsDesigner: Dillon Kyle ArchitectsHaving grown up in on a ranch south of the border, Baldridge, who owns Baldridge Landscape, loves bright Mexican blues and shades of turquoise. As a landscape architect, she also travels and studies historical sites, such as Mount Vernon and Monticello, where vibrant color abounds. “Back in the day, they would use bright colors because it was so dark,” Baldridge says. “The candlelight reflects beautifully.” All her passions came together when she purchased a 1940s brick Federal-style home, which has historical-inspired lines and small rooms. Having worked closely with Dillon Kyle Architects on other residential projects, she hired Kyle to help her open up some of her home’s small rooms and connect the kitchen and living room to the backyard and her signature landscaping. Inside, the interiors come alive with shots of color and collected decor. Baldridge found the caribou mount at the Round Top Antiques Fair in Texas. She chose a turquoise backdrop for it all, infusing energy into the home while remaining a historically appropriate color choice.Paint: Peacock Blue, Benjamin Moore; Warhol Project Art: Deborah Kass; chairs: Gracie’s Custom Interiors
Mitchell Parker added this to Trending Now: 5 Foolproof Living Room Ideas From Popular Houzz Photos
1. Get Tangled Up in BlueBlue has a lot going for it. The color can be soothing and serene when presented in a lighter shade (hailed as a near-neutral) or bold and commanding when done up like a male peacock, as shown here. (In fact, the zippy blue paint color in this Houston living room is called Peacock Blue.)The point is, whether you’re trying to energize a living room or tone it down, but still want a dose of color, blue is a foolproof bet.See more of this home

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возможный цвет потолка в кухне - здесь верхняя часть стены
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Colors for Living Room AND Ceiling to Floor Bookshelves!!
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Colorful eclecticism at its best!

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