Jocasta Innes Scandinavian Painted Furniture

Jocasta Innes Scandinavian Painted Furniture--love the wall stenciling maybe for some piece of furniture

Paint colors reflect the Swedish Gustavian Style; soft grays, blues, greens and warm white. Lime Wash Glaze and Sheer Smoke Glaze to add beauty. #paintcolorsofsweden

Saved for "Liming white" type furniture wash Paint colors reflect the Swedish Gustavian Style; soft grays, blues, greens and warm white. Lime Wash Glaze and Sheer Smoke Glaze to add beauty. Colors of Sweden now available through select retailers

Jocasta Innes Scandinavian Painted Furniture

Jocasta Innes Scandinavian Painted Furniture Owl drop leaf table in front of a tapestry and stenciled floor molding.

How to Choose Interior Paint Colors for Your Home - Simple Made Pretty - Our Paint Colors

How to Choose Interior Paint Colors for Your Home

Choosing interior paint colors for your home can be overwhelming but with these tips & tricks, you can easily pick the perfect colors for your home.Home paint c

Swedish paint colors as seen on House beautiful http://www.housebeautiful.com/decorating/colors/swedish-paint-colors

The Easiest Way to Bring Scandinavian Style Into Your House

12 Interior Designers Pick Their Favorite Swedish Paint Colors----Tori Golub suggests- "Only Natural" SW 7596 From Sherwin- Williams

12 Interior Designers Pick Their Favorite Swedish Paint Colors House Beautiful's September 2014 issue- Photographer Michael Croteau 1

SWEDISH PAINT COLORS - Farrow & Ball Pavilion Blue 252. "Swedish winters are long and dark, and anything that brings more light into the house — pale paint, chalky-white furniture, sparkling crystal — is embraced. This is the quintessential Swedish blue — very light and ethereal, as if you're floating in a cloud. A high concentration of mineral pigments reflects more light, so the blue feels layered and translucent, as if it's not a solid color at all." —Rhonda Eleish

The Easiest Way to Bring Scandinavian Style Into Your House

Farrow & Ball Pavilion Blue 252 This is the quintessential Swedish blue — very light and ethereal, as if you're floating in a cloud. A high concentration of mineral pigments reflects more light, so the blue feels layered and translucent, as if it's not a

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