On the House


LYNNE SCALO

LYNNE SCALO DESIGN
lynnescalo.com


BENJAMIN MOORE PURPLE HAZE AND HAMPSHIRE ROCKS
“This is a color combo that I’m using in a project now. It’s for a very smart, cool and hip woman’s home office. Come on! Purple Haze and Hampshire Rocks…if you put your ear to the wall, you can hear Jimi Hendrix.”


 


CARMIÑA ROTH

CARMIÑA ROTH INTERIORS, LLC
carminarothinteriors.com


SHERWIN-WILLIAMS FEVERISH PINK AND GRAYISH
“After a long winter, no color exudes ‘summer’ like luscious, watermelon pink. Refreshing, expressive and bold, this shade of pink pairs beautifully with soft gray tones. Imagine a dining room lacquered in dove gray, with a mahogany dining table surrounded by bright pink velvet-clad chairs—unexpected yet elegant.”


 


GRAHAM VEYSEY

GOOD BONES DESIGN BY GRAHAM VEYSEY
goodbonesdesign.com


FARROW & BALL LULWORTH BLUE AND BORROWED LIGHT
“Imagine a room where the walls and trim are a soft blue and the ceiling is a pop of vibrant blue. The space will feel fun and calming at the same time, and the contrast in color is harmonious when everything is pulled from the same color palette. I’m a blue girl through and through!”


 


JODY MYERS-FIERZ

COLOR CONCEPT THEORY
colorconcepttheory.com


BENJAMIN MOORE CALYPSO ORANGE AND WHITE DOVE
“I love a strong contrast when it comes to the vibrant tone of a ‘happy’ orange. Mixing the sweet color of orange with a cool tone of white is the perfect balance. Orange exudes happiness and excitement, while white simply promotes it. I love incorporating orange in art, throw pillows and accent chairs while using a white backdrop to enhance the color to its fullest potential.”


 


AMY AIDINIS HIRSCH

AMY AIDINIS HIRSCH INTERIOR DESIGN, LLC
amyhirsch.com


BENJAMIN MOORE NAPLES BLUE AND SILVER SATIN
“Teal reminds me of the Caribbean, with the spirit of good energy and vitamin D that soothe the soul. Be bold and think about smothering this color on kitchen cabinets in a beach house. Painting the walls with Silver Satin softens the vibrancy and allows the cabinets to be the main focal point.”


 


CHRIS ROUGHAN

ROUGHAN INTERIORS
roughaninteriors.com


FARROW & BALL PITCH BLACK AND OXFORD STONE
“When the colors black and camel come together in a space, it’s an explosion of understated chic! Thick black glossy walls with hints of camel applied on the backs of bookcases creates intrigue. Everyone feels special when they arrive—it’s as if every day was a holiday!”


 


AMY ANDREWS

AMY ANDREWS FOR HILTON INTERIORS
hiltonarchitects.com


BENJAMIN MOORE CONSTELLATION AND SWISS COFFEE
“Put a twist on the classics with the light but vibrant Constellation blue balanced with the clean yet not stark-white Swiss Coffee. The combination tones down the palette a notch and creates a more sophisticated feeling. It’s especially beautiful in a coastal space and can make for a spa-like bedroom oasis. You can also mix it up with Swiss Coffee on the walls and trim and Constellation on the ceiling for an elegant
dining room.”


 


STEPHANIE RAPP

STEPHANIE RAPP INTERIORS
stephanierappinteriors.com


DUNN-EDWARDS PAINTS LEMON SLICE AND BENJAMIN MOORE HALO
“Fresh and current, this combination of vibrant yellow with natural hemp will provide the perfect backdrop to that boho-chic décor that’s so in right now. Bright yellow walls are reminiscent of that California sunshine and, when trimmed out with this toned-down neutral shade, just say ‘chill.’”


 


MELISSA LINDSAY

PIMLICO INTERIORS
pimlicointeriors.com


BENJAMIN MOORE NIGHT FLOWER AND PLEASANT PINK
“This red is somewhere between oxblood and burgundy, and it balances just the right amount of cool (think ‘raspberry’) and warm (think ‘brick’) tones. I love the idea of pairing it with a blush neutral that has warmer undertones like this one. Painting a paneled library in this red is expected, but add a blush upholstered sofa, and the room takes on a completely different level of sophistication and surprise!”


 


LISA HILDERBRAND

HILDERBRAND INTERIORS
hilderbrandinteriors.com


BENJAMIN MOORE PEALE GREEN AND MONTEREY WHITE
“Green is personally my favorite color. There are so many ways it can go, but one of my favorites is this one by Benjamin Moore. It’s fresh without being too bright or too preppy—it’s neither too yellow nor too blue. It changes with the light and is just the perfect verdant green! I like to pair it with a creamy white, like this one, on the ceiling. White trim is fine, but the ivory ceiling takes the edge off.”

Portraits: Carmina Roth: Stephane Kossmann; Jody Myers-Fierz: Dana Patrick; Amy Hirsch: Neil Landino; Amy Andrews: Nicholas Rotondi Photography; Stephanie Rapp: Willie Cole

share this story

© 2020 Moffly Media. All rights reserved. Website by Web Publisher Pro