Although this stony-tone palette's charcoal and ash grays read as cool, reddish undertones heat up the cocoa brown, cream, and khaki hues to create a perfectly balanced mix of warm and cold temperatures. Try this palette in rooms outfitted with naturally warm-stained cabinets, flooring, and furniture./

Nature-Inspired Color Palettes

Although this stony-tone palette's charcoal and ash grays read as cool, reddish undertones heat up the cocoa brown, cream, and khaki hues to create a perfectly balanced mix of warm and cold temperatures. Try this palette in rooms outfitted with naturally warm-stained cabinets, flooring, and furniture./

Smoke & Mirrors by Crown  Make a gorgeous first impression with Aged White from our new Period Collection - order your sample here: https://www.crownpaint.co.uk/en/colours/colour-details?colourDetail={A845EA27-06BF-4412-807D-DE36EDFE3CEB}.

Smoke & Mirrors by Crown Make a gorgeous first impression with Aged White from our new Period Collection - order your sample here: https://www.crownpaint.co.uk/en/colours/colour-details?colourDetail={A845EA27-06BF-4412-807D-DE36EDFE3CEB}.

The lighting in the sitting room is from Jim Lawrence and John Lewis. The sofas and armchairs are from Multiyork, chosen by Carole as the covers are removable and washable, and the walls are painted in Muslin by The Little Greene Paint Co. The Clearview woodburner is from The Heating Centre in Gloucester and is finished in Honeyglow Brown. The sisal rug is from John Lewis

The lighting in the sitting room is from Jim Lawrence and John Lewis. The sofas and armchairs are from Multiyork, chosen by Carole as the covers are removable and washable, and the walls are painted in Muslin by The Little Greene Paint Co. The Clearview woodburner is from The Heating Centre in Gloucester and is finished in Honeyglow Brown. The sisal rug is from John Lewis

I want to do gray walls but not sure how it will be with brown carpet and tile in the bathroom

I want to do gray walls but not sure how it will be with brown carpet and tile in the bathroom

Before and After. DIY Stairway Redesign. So easy. Step 1. Remove old carpet. (This is the hardest part, try not to get poked from the old tacks. Be careful!) Step 2. Paint steps. (You can do 1 color for easy, half the time painting, or alternate 2 colors on the rise and run. I alternated white and an espresso brown paint that matches my redone furniture. Regular interior paint will do as it's just the edges that aren't walked on.) Step 3. Staple on runners. (Shown is 3 runners from Target.)

Before and After. DIY Stairway Redesign. So easy. Step 1. Remove old carpet. (This is the hardest part, try not to get poked from the old tacks. Be careful!) Step 2. Paint steps. (You can do 1 color for easy, half the time painting, or alternate 2 colors on the rise and run. I alternated white and an espresso brown paint that matches my redone furniture. Regular interior paint will do as it's just the edges that aren't walked on.) Step 3. Staple on runners. (Shown is 3 runners from Target.)

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