Walls and trim same color different finish

Discover how to add depth and texture to your space by using the same color with different finishes on walls and trim. Get inspired by top ideas to create a cohesive and visually interesting look for your home.
PAINTING WALLS AND TRIM THE SAME COLOR Interior, Design, Home Décor, Inspiration, Gray Interior Decor, Gray Interiors, Gray Interior, Grey Walls, Grey Furniture

The first step for beginning work on our master bedroom was paint! I wanted a very subtle blue-gray-green. And I wanted to make sure it was subtle. I feel like people often want a subtle color for a room, but picking from paint swatches is hard and you have to go EXTREMELY muted or else once it’s up in full form on all four walls it ends up intense anyway.READ MORE

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Meghann | Realtor® Huntsville/Madison, Alabama Real Estate on Instagram: "Would you paint your trim the same color as your wall? I am loving rooms like this one that have the walls painted the same color as the trim, baseboards, and crown molding. One trick to pull this off is use different sheens of paint like flat or satin on the walls and semi-gloss or gloss on the trim. This all depends on what paint finishes you already have in your home. I have even seen a room that was all painted gloss on the walls and trim. Talk about a statement room. This actually isn’t a new trend in homes! You can see historical examples of painting trim and walls the same color. You could even paint the ceiling and doors the same color. The nice thing about paint, is that you can always repaint it. It’s not Paint Colours, Doors, Instagram, Trim Paint Color, Trim Color, Baseboards And Trim Color Ideas, Paint Crown Molding Same As Wall, Crown Molding Paint Ideas, Moulding Color

Meghann | Realtor® Huntsville/Madison, Alabama Real Estate on Instagram: "Would you paint your trim the same color as your wall? I am loving rooms like this one that have the walls painted the same color as the trim, baseboards, and crown molding. One trick to pull this off is use different sheens of paint like flat or satin on the walls and semi-gloss or gloss on the trim. This all depends on what paint finishes you already have in your home. I have even seen a room that was all painted…

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