3 Things We've Learned From Our Most Recent Remodel
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We’re in the middle of a remodel of a historic Victorian style home located in Salt Lake City, which will soon be for sale (more on that later)! We wanted to take you along and share a few things we’ve learned so far.
Since this is a historic home, I wanted to make sure that the colors inside felt authentic and of the time. I’m super happy with all of the painted cabinetry and because a few of these are a first time use for me, I thought it would be helpful to pass them along to anyone in the market. (As always, I recommend you do a paint swatch before you just take my word for it as not all paint colors look the same in every home.)
We used Farrow & Ball Off-White in the hall bath (first image) and in the kitchen (fourth image). It’s a beautiful creamy white and looks so pretty on the kitchen cabinetry. For the mudroom cabinetry (second image) we used Benjamin Moore Sussex Green to add some color. In the laundry room (third image) we used one of our go-to darker colors, Farrow & Ball Down Pipe.
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