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If The Fresh Smell Of Clean Laundry Had A Colour…

Doing the laundry is my favourite household chore.  There’s something inspiring about putting in dirty, smelly clothes and like magic having them come out fresh and clean.  And who doesn’t love putting on those right out of the dryer pants when it’s cold outside?  Crisp sheets and fluffy towels?  Need I go on?!?!?

Take that same clean feeling and use it to brighten up your home.  Shades of blue visually recede which means smaller rooms feel larger and breezier.  Combine with other fresh hues like lemon yellow or spring green and add crisp white trim, woodwork or linens.  Want to warm things up?  Add touches of coral or orange.

For walls, my new favourite wall paint colour is Benjamin Moore Ewing Blue CW-585 out of the Colonial Williamsburg collection.  Another great shade is Benjamin Moore Ocean Air, which is a bit softer but still fresh and pairs beautifully with either white or cream.  I also loved Benjamin Moore’s Color Of The Year 2014, Breath Of Fresh Air (great name!).

Need some beautiful spaces to get inspired?  Here are some of my favourite finds.

Now if you excuse me, all this closet talk has gotten me inspired for a little Fall cleaning of my own!

If you liked this post don’t forget to check back next week to see what’s new on the blog but if you can’t wait  our Facebook page is updated daily with amazing spaces, design tips and DIY projects.  Or get a sneak peak at life behind the scenes at the paint store (and more stunning rooms) on our Instagram page here.  

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HAPPY PAINTING!

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