How do you paint with an existing chair rail?
My sister, the real estate agent, and brother in law know a house with good bones when they see one. And this fantastic house they bought was the brightest painted house I have ever seen! And themselves too, but they had the vision to look past the bright teal and rainbow striped walls.
I will share with you briefly what they were dealing with and what ideas we tossed around and what they decided on painting. Styled room photos will follow once it's finished!
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The previous homeowner installed a white chair rail in the great room, and there is a troweled venetian plaster texture on the bottom that threw us off. I immediately thought of a white paint acting as a mimicked wainscotting effect the grey paint color acting as a wallpaper look, or .
The two greys we initially thought would look nice in this setting just looked like a kids room, and in hosting a lot of networking events, they wanted the look to be more professional and sophisticated.
The grey on the bottom and white on top is a gorgeous look, however, I think with this it does require more carpentry to establish the difference of just a painted drywall.
This is the winner! Which is what I envisioned initially and then all the questions and complications dissipated this vision. But what I love most about talking through the design with the client is we always circle back to the original idea and the client feels they own the decision themselves, therefore having complete peace and confidence.
Sometimes the classic simple is the best option!
Every person and space has a challenge with how to paint what and where... What is your challenge?
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