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July 15, 2010

DwellStudio and Benjamin Moore Combine Colors

There's a bit of a love affair between Christiane and Benjamin, better known as Christiane Lemieux (of DwellStudio) and Benjamin Moore.  The object of their affection is Color!  I have to admit, I'm head over heels for approachable, yet leading style sensibilities that both companies share in design and color. 

Baby room dwell benjamin moore color 

One color choice for a nursery is Smoked Oyster 2109-40.  See Christiane's other picks from Benjamin Moore for different rooms.

When it comes to color, we know we have choices and sometimes it's hard to narrow it down.  Have you ever tried repainting a wall and keeping everything else in tact?  It can create big impact with very little time.  DwellStudio is pairing some of their designs in rooms that are painted in Benjamin Moore's paint using three different color schemes to show how a room can change at the sweep of a paintbrush.  Take a look at what simply changing color on the wall can do for your room.

Dwell box surprise 

And here's where it gets personal...I have been neglecting my own master bedroom in my home.  I know, I know-- bad designer behavior!  As we were working with DwellStudio on this project, Christiane and her team shared with me their new collection of bedding and I found the perfect inspiration for my bedroom!  Which of their new introductions do you think would work best?

Etching Ink

Etching in Ink

 Peacock Citrine

    Peacock in Citrine

Peacock Dove

Peacock in Dove

Gate Ash

Gate in Ash

 For me, a makeover is not just a surface treatment, but a changing of mindset and of mood.  I think I'm ready to add some style to my most personal space.  Now, I've sketched, planned, and I am ready to go!  Over the next couple of weeks, I'll put my room together and share it with you.  Stay tuned to see what was in MY box from DwellStudio.  What will you put in YOURS?


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I just have to agree with you that a makeover is not just a surface treatment, but a changing of mindset and of mood. It's not just about the design and how your expecting the stuffs would be, but most importantly it must come within you with the passion and appreciation of how you'd love the things would be changed.

Love the black and white striped walls,the neon light bedroom is ultra cool, And i want one them chairs with plate and pickle on it ,, how comfy does it look,,

The first picture is so perfect. The color combination is amazing. I love the layout of the room. All beds are so wonderful. I wish I can buy one of those beds.

thats peacock citrine

definately peacock with bergman gray walls, soft grey dash albert rug , aqua curtains...to die for!

I do love that bold statement in Gate, Debra... This was definitely a tough choice... but a fun one, all the same!

I am seeing the last one for you, Sonu.

Ooh, I think I know what you mean to some extent, Alisa... Ever thought of "painting" the look of wallpaper?
I do have a few ideas up my short sleeves. I'm processing the finishes and colors now and can't wait to share soon!

I'm trying to decide what direction to go with in my master...i'm thinking maybe some wallpaper on one wall? can't wait to see what you come up with!

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