Caitlin Flemming's Go-To Paint Colors
You may remember Caitlin from when she opened her doors to us not long ago (if you didn't see that one, I urge you to take a peek ! It's lovely overload.) She's since moved into a brand new flat _and ...
You may remember Caitlin from when she opened her doors to us not long ago (if you didn't see that one, I urge you to take a peek! It's lovely overload.) She's since moved into a brand new flat and launched her own beautiful design company. I swear to you, the girl has more style in her pinky finger than most of us combined, so when she agreed to dish on her go-to paint colors, you better believe I took notes.
And now for the Cole's Notes:

No. 1. Benjamin Moore's Silver Lining: With the perfect hint of blue, this color is serene and sophisticated.

No. 2. Benjamin Moore's Mountain Peak: When I discovered Mountain Peak I knew it was the perfect white to paint my entire new home in. One of the reasons I love it - it's perfectly white, with no undertones of blue or yellow.

No. 3. Benjamin Moore's Hudson Bay: This hue of navy is lovely for a bedroom with accents of crisp, white bedding and furnishings.

No. 4. Benjamin Moore's Kendall Charcoal: This is my go-to darker shade of gray if a client wants to make a more dramatic statement in a room. I especially love it for in a dining room.

For more designer's go-to paint colours: lark & linen | Good Bones, Great Pieces Caitlin Wilson
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Emily Johnston
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Michelle Drewes
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Vendor
Benjamin Moore's Robbins Egg, High Gloss
Designer
Caitlin Flemming of Sacramento Street