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"Swedish winters are long and dark, and anything that brings more light into the house — pale paint, chalky-white furniture, sparkling crystal — is embraced. This is the quintessential Swedish blue — very light and ethereal, as if you're floating in a cloud. A high concentration of mineral pigments reflects more light, so the blue feels layered and translucent, as if it's not a solid color at all." —Rhonda Eleish   - HouseBeautiful.com

The Easiest Way to Bring Scandinavian Style Into Your House

"Swedish winters are long and dark, and anything that brings more light into the house — pale paint, chalky-white furniture, sparkling crystal — is embraced. This is the quintessential Swedish blue — very light and ethereal, as if you're floating in a cloud. A high concentration of mineral pigments reflects more light, so the blue feels layered and translucent, as if it's not a solid color at all." —Rhonda Eleish - HouseBeautiful.com

'Benjamin Moore 'Elmira White' HC-84. Designer Brad Ford: "A warm neutral, but has a brightness to it. It's really reflective and adds the warmth I like, but doesn't feel dark at all. It's a perfect blend of beige and gray and will complement literally any color palette you choose to introduce in the room. You can't wrong with this one."

'Benjamin Moore 'Elmira White' HC-84. Designer Brad Ford: "A warm neutral, but has a brightness to it. It's really reflective and adds the warmth I like, but doesn't feel dark at all. It's a perfect blend of beige and gray and will complement literally any color palette you choose to introduce in the room. You can't wrong with this one."

"Swedish winters are long and dark, and anything that brings more light into the house — pale paint, chalky-white furniture, sparkling crystal — is embraced. This is the quintessential Swedish blue — very light and ethereal, as if you're floating in a cloud. A high concentration of mineral pigments reflects more light, so the blue feels layered and translucent, as if it's not a solid color at all." —Rhonda Eleish   - HouseBeautiful.com

The Easiest Way to Bring Scandinavian Style Into Your House

"Swedish winters are long and dark, and anything that brings more light into the house — pale paint, chalky-white furniture, sparkling crystal — is embraced. This is the quintessential Swedish blue — very light and ethereal, as if you're floating in a cloud. A high concentration of mineral pigments reflects more light, so the blue feels layered and translucent, as if it's not a solid color at all." —Rhonda Eleish - HouseBeautiful.com

"I love Swedish style, but I like it mixed with more modern furniture to give it a twist. And the walls would be the color of bleached oak — a warm white with a blush to it. Then I'd add a little contrast with blackish gray or smoky mauve fabrics and an abaca rug. Whether you see it in candlelight, firelight, or daylight, the room would be radiant." —Tori Golub   - HouseBeautiful.com

The Easiest Way to Bring Scandinavian Style Into Your House

"I love Swedish style, but I like it mixed with more modern furniture to give it a twist. And the walls would be the color of bleached oak — a warm white with a blush to it. Then I'd add a little contrast with blackish gray or smoky mauve fabrics and an abaca rug. Whether you see it in candlelight, firelight, or daylight, the room would be radiant." —Tori Golub - HouseBeautiful.com

"Blue can be cold or cloying, but this captures the feeling of a Swedish sky at the summer solstice. There's a luminous brightness, an almost silvery sheen. This paint has more pigments in it than the typical brands, and each reflects a different color so it changes with the light throughout the day." —Jayne Michaels   - HouseBeautiful.com

The Easiest Way to Bring Scandinavian Style Into Your House

"Blue can be cold or cloying, but this captures the feeling of a Swedish sky at the summer solstice. There's a luminous brightness, an almost silvery sheen. This paint has more pigments in it than the typical brands, and each reflects a different color so it changes with the light throughout the day." —Jayne Michaels - HouseBeautiful.com

"This taupe is effortlessly chic. It reminds me of a warm stone color, something you'd see on the walls at the Louvre. Mixed with crisp Parisian black and ivory, it's truly a timeless combination. It would look especially stunning with gold or brass accents." —Erinn Valencich   - HouseBeautiful.com

"This taupe is effortlessly chic. It reminds me of a warm stone color, something you'd see on the walls at the Louvre. Mixed with crisp Parisian black and ivory, it's truly a timeless combination. It would look especially stunning with gold or brass accents." —Erinn Valencich - HouseBeautiful.com

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Paint color for the garage interior - Benjamin Moore Nelson Blue CW-635: from BM Williamsburg collection

Paint color for the garage interior - Benjamin Moore Nelson Blue CW-635: from BM Williamsburg collection

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