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In this week’s edition of Remodelista Reconnaissance, readers wondered: What paint colors were used in this 1850s farmhouse in Westchester, NY, transformed by a pair of designers—in the bath and laundry specifically?
You asked, we answered.
Above: Keren and Thomas Richter, the husband and wife team behind design outfit White Arrow, transformed a falling-down 1850s farmhouse in Pound Ridge, Westchester County, into a full-time home for their family. The sumptuous main bathroom has a freestanding bath, wide-plank floors, and plenty of light. Photograph by Thomas Richter, courtesy of White Arrow.
Above: The laundry room features a hanging drying rack and clever built-ins. But what paint colors were used on walls and trim? Photograph by Thomas Richter, courtesy of White Arrow. The Source
Above: “We like the contrast of matte with a subtle sheen on the trim and doors,” Keren told us via email. In the main bathroom, she says, the walls are painted in Antique White Lime Wash from Portola Paints and Glazes.
Above: The laundry walls are painted in Blondie Lime Wash from Portola Paints and Glazes. “We use lime wash finish to amplify the subtle texture and create the feel of old plaster walls,” Karen says.
Above: And the trim in both rooms is painted in Portola Paints’ Territory.
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