Coastal Fog AC-1 by Benjamin Moore  "This is a color for people who think they want all white. It's a warm gray with a little hint of green — a good choice for a living room since it still lets you have a neutral envelope, but it's not boring. Cool it down with icy blues, or warm it up with mustard." — Cheryl Katz

Advice on Choosing a Paint Color

Coastal Fog by Benjamin Moore. warm gray with a little hint of green — a good choice for a living room since it still lets you have a neutral envelope, but it's not boring. Cool it down with icy blues, or warm it up with mustard.

Katie Ridder. This is bluer in person. It's Farrow and Ball's Ballroom Blue. Two toned butterscotch carpet. Brass wall sconses and nail heads on sofa. That's yellow leather on chairs. Chinese inspired embroidery on the curtain and a kimona covered pillow on the sofa.

colorful chairs, antique table, fabric roman shade for door - Mint and yellow library nook by Katie Ridder. is this too perfect?

See all our bedroom design ideas, including this bedroom styled with antique furniture

Teal Blue Bedroom with Metal Four Posted Bed

Walls: 'Down Pipe', Farrow & Ball Bed: Alex MacArthur Print: 'Green leaves' by Paule Marrot from Natural Curiosities. Styling by Gabby Deeming Photography by Kristin Perers

Farrow & Ball's paint color: Verte De Terre.  Cool in summer, warm in winter.

Blogger's Top Green Spaces

Designer Phoebe Howard: “This soft green (Benjamin Moore’s Aganthus Green) has a wonderful mossy quality. I like the way it grounds a room. Anything looks good against it — blues, reds, corals, browns. How can you do better than a color found in nature?

Farrow and ball blues

Farrow & Ball Stone Blue Estate Emulsion and trim in Wimborne White Estate Eggshell - maybe for the dining room

Image from Abigail Ahern's new book, photography Graham Atkins Hughes

My new book featured in the Sunday Times this weekend

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