Our Fort Worth Georgian Project was recently featured on the House of Turquoise blog! If you are not familiar with House of Turquoise, Erin, the founder, is fabulous at curating and showcasing projects with all shades of blue. Our Forth Worth project was a great fit for Erin because it features so many lovely shades of blue.
“The Georgian-style manor was designed with balance and proportion but furnished with a lighthearted and happy color scheme that I adore. Intricate architectural details and playful prints throughout give the home (captured beautifully by Nancy Nolan) a sophisticated yet fresh, upbeat vibe,” Erin writes in the post. You can see the full article here.
The article showcases the paint colors used in the home and we will share some of those here with you today! This project has such a whimsical, yet traditional palette. It feels especially appropriate for spring.
The library shown above and the kitchen walls are painted in Benjamin Moore Ancient Ivory. The kitchen cabinets are painted in Sherwin Williams Alabaster.
The custom kitchen island is painted in Benjamin Moore Gibraltar Cliffs. It is a sophisticated grey-blue color.
The downstairs living room has accent built-ins painted in Kentucky Haze by Benjamin Moore. They were the perfect match to the blue printed draperies that are used throughout the downstairs main living spaces.
The same Kentucky Haze color was used on the Butler’s Pantry cabinets.
You can tour the full home on our portfolio! Thank you again to House of Turquoise for featuring our project. Here are some of our other projects that have been featured on Erin’s fabulous design blog.
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