Interior Design Idea - Use Color To Define An Area // In this kitchen within an office, bright yellow walls, floor and ceiling clearly defines the area, while the interior designers have used a teal floor color to outline a casual seating area that surrounds the kitchen.
Updated Color Palette (on pallet wood). All Sherwin Williams. Top to bottom: -Compatible Cream, SW6387, for all bathroom walls, bathroom doors/jamb, and corridor leading to bathroom -Gauntlet Gray, SW7019, for exposed ceiling -Laughing Orange, SW6895, for elevator doors and jamb -Eider White, SW7014, for lobby walls and door/jamb to stairwell. Mindful Gray, SW7016, for suite doors/jambs and kitchen lower cabinets. Walls flat paint. Doors, trim, cabinets semi-gloss. No VOC Paint.
Blue and orange living room features a floor to ceiling built in media unit, with backs of shelves painted blue, filled with a flatscreen TV and orange accents placed next to a floating window seat under a blue framed window.
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The island was a roadside find made of cast iron and wood. The reclaimed pumpkin pine (a wood named for the orange hue that develops after a century or more of oxidation) on the floors also trims the Carrera marble countertops.
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