As you all know, I love color palettes, and am always on the lookout for new ones – especially when it comes to a whole house palette. While I love that open floor plans as a popular trend in homes, they can really make color planning tricky. So, the more resources I can find, the better!
This lake home is a beauty from the start. If I were to build a house, this is a style that I would have on my list. And check out the gorgeous window box outside of the garage windows!
The light and airy vibe continues on the inside with a fresh mix of colors in sandy hues.
The grasscloth wallpaper and soft blues in the chairs carry on the light and bright feel of the home. So welcoming and comfortable.
The family room is stunning, with its coffered ceiling (and beadboard insets), with loads of natural light through beautiful transom windows (and a view to die for!). Perfect.
I wasn’t able to obtain the wall colors in this home, so I’m going to take some guesses and provide some color options for the look of this home.
The color of this family room could be Revere Pewter or Edgecomb Gray.
This little nook carries elements from other areas of the house, with the beadboard ceiling and fresh blue paint color. The flow of the colors in this home really works, as it carries colors used in the furniture pieces and accessories throughout.
This space reminds me of one of my favorite colors – Silver Sage (Restoration Hardware) or Gray Wisp (Benjamin Moore).
The wet bar in this area (I don’t think it’s the same nook as above, but I could be wrong) also carries over the painted beadboard on the wall, along with a butcher block counter that brings in the wood tones of the ceiling. And the fish painting is a perfect compilation of the colors used in this home. Love it!
The kitchen is fantastic. Again, beadboard on the ceiling, light and bright cabinets, with a slight color contrast in the lower cabinets and island. (The island and lower cabinets are Gray Horse by Benjamin Moore). Ooodles of natural light streaming into all of the beautiful windows, and a soft green on the walls.
The island color is Gray Horse, by Benjamin Moore.
The wall color resembles Raindance, by Benjamin Moore.
Check out the unexpected ceiling detail, and I love that they carried the paint color up to the ceiling in here.
The master bathroom is an absolute retreat (notice the tile detail on the floor).
The guest bath is equally fresh, with subtle stripes on the walls (and more beadboard) that tie in with the color palette used throughout the home.
The bedrooms all evoke a tranquil, coastal feel. I could get comfortable here, couldn’t you?
The bedroom reminds me of Palladian Blue by Benjamin Moore.
I think this bedroom looks similar to the Gray Wisp that’s used in other areas of the home. Maybe a shade darker – like Benjamin Moore’s Imperial Gray.
This laundry room looks like it’s a shade similar to the family room. Edgecomb Gray, or something along those lines.
Do you love these light and beachy colors as much as I do? I could have these colors move right into my home!