The sand shade has also been applied to the traditional-style sitting room area to give the living space a cohesive look.
Master bedroom before:
When Beret bought the cabin, the small master bedroom was a sea of blues ranging from a more earthy shade to a bright sky blue.
master bedroom after:
A soothing blue-grey tone (6315 Jade) was applied to the walls while the window frames were painted with a slightly darker 6232 Sjøalge to ensure the original features pop. Furniture and accessories in white and sand help to carry the theme through from the kitchen and sitting room.
Guest bedroom before:
The guest bedroom was a riot of blue and red – which I am not opposed to since it gives it an air of traditional Norwegian country. However, the transformation is so charming….
What a lovely update! I love the soothing palette. It demonstrates just how important it is to work with a cohesive colour scheme before you start to decorate.
Is there anything that stood out to you?
For more fab before and afters, check out this archive – some really incredible ones in there! Also, take a peek in the Norway homes archive – a favourite of mine!
A couple of other things before I head off:
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I’ll be back tomorrow with a beautiful Scandi home tour. See you then!
Photography courtesy of Hytteliv & Jotun