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Pink: it's not just for Valentine's Day. Especially in its dustier hues, this color lends a serene, romantic vibe to any space, any time of the year. To get the shade pictured here, we suggest Rose Colored Glasses KM4437.
There’s no rule that says you have to paint a narrow hallway a light color. In fact, a dark hue adds drama and definition — especially when contrasted with white. To achieve the look pictured here, we suggest Black Oak KMA89 and Acoustic White 46.
Light blue is an endlessly versatile shade that makes a statement without shouting. (It also pairs well with neutrals.) To achieve the blue hue pictured on the walls here, we suggest Breezy Aqua KM4863.
Kelly-Moore Paints will be exhibiting at CACM’s 2018 Northern California Law Seminar & Expo, and we hope to see you there! Please visit us at Booth #417 in the Out of This World Exhibit Hall, and be sure to take advantage of everything that is offered at California’s premier event for the community management industry!
Why You Should Be There
Connect with experts offering creative solutions
Advance your professional development and career...
Network with people who “speak your language”
Gain actionable ideas and solutions
Experience the expanded Exhibit Hall
January 25 – 26, 2018
Santa Clara Convention Center
The Law Seminar & Expo is just a week away, but there’s still time to spread the word! Please let me know if there is anything I can do in the meantime to help ensure that your experience is as successful as possible.
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Want to add instant visual interest to a master suite? Go for a medium shade of gray and contrast it with soft white. We suggest Chance of Showers KM5809 and Swiss Coffee 23 to get the hues pictured here.
Looking for a light neutral that’s a little different from off-white or beige? Try a soft, buttery yellow. It’ll add visual interest while remaining subtle and understated. To get the yellow shade pictured in this bath, we suggest Morning Moon KMW20.
Don’t be afraid to use a darker shade of gray in the bath; in fact, embrace it. Especially when paired with natural materials, it’ll add a contemporary, sophisticated edge. We suggest Carbon Footprint KM4888 to get the hue pictured on the cabinets here.
Sharp contrasts make a winning statement, especially when you have special architectural features to highlight. Here, part of the staircase (including the balustrade) is painted dark, with the rest done in white and light neutrals for a balanced, eye-catching effect. Similarly, we love how the hallway walls (left side) are kept light, to put the focus on the dark checkered floor.