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New home offers a nod to the past; Hot colors of the year; Remodeled kitchen is bathed in blue; 2019 Dayton Home & Outdoor Living show

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New Home Offers a Nod to the Past

HOT COLORS OF THE YEAR | REMODELED KITCHEN IS BATHED IN BLUE | 2019 DAYTON HOME & OUTDOOR LIVING SHOW

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CONTENTS

MARCH/APRIL 2019 DAYTON

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AN UNEXPECTED TWIST

Remodeled kitchen is anything but blue

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ON THE COVER

A mixture of beautiful finishes, including soapstone, marble and wood, establish the

farmhouse-inspired look in this kitchen. Turn to page 20 to see the rest of the home.

Photo by Jim Crotty


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CONTENTS

MARCH/APRIL 2019 DAYTON

NEW HOMES

20 HISTORIC HOMAGE

New home offers a touch

of character and history

RECIPE

62 FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Spring salad with French vinaigrette

INTERIOR DESIGN

67 2019 COLOR FORECAST

Hot hues to watch for this year

DEPARTMENTS

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Enjoy design tips, before and afters,

recipes and more

16 FRESH FINDS

Great home design discoveries

we just had to share

38 WHICH ROOM WORE IT BEST?

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New home offers a touch of character and history

BY SARAH J. DILLS | Photos by Jim Crotty

There is something nostalgic about a historic home. The architecture, attention to detail, and the

lived-in feel sometimes can’t be replicated. But the owners of this cozy Dayton farmhouse made

it their mission to build a new house with old bones. F “We’ve lived in older homes for the last

30 years,” the wife explains. “I have always loved the character and history of older homes.” ➻

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What’s old is new again

The homeowners, who are recent empty nesters,

were living in and renovating an old home

in Oakwood when they started looking for their

next residence. The couple says their move was

supposed to be a remodel and downsize. But

they found a piece of property and, for the first

time, were considering building.

“I have to say, I had some apprehensions

about building because I so appreciate the way

older homes are constructed,” the homeowner

admits. “But there were too many conveniences

to be gained with a new construction. We

hadn’t had an attached garage in many years

and now everything we need is on the first

floor, including our laundry room, which is usually

in the basement of an older home.”

They enlisted builder Daniel DeVol, residential

designer Shawn Duncan, and interior

designer Ashley Powell, ASID/DSID, to create

a new home that incorporates some of their

favorite features from old homes.

“I knew they were gathering magazine clippings

and brainstorming about ideas. I gave

her a book by architect Gil Schafer, The Great

American House. It illustrates houses he has

built—a lot of them in the Northeast,” Powell

explains. “He specializes in building homes

that look like they’ve been there 100 years with

floor plans for the modern lifestyle.”

Powell points to the differences in older

homes, which often include 20 small rooms

that were used to accommodate butlers, cooks

and maids. “Gil Schafer combines the history

with our modern lifestyles. As soon as the

homeowners saw the concept they knew this

was what they wanted.” ➻

1 The open-concept living room sits at the heart of

the home with an antique mantle as the showpiece

of the space. The homeowner found the mantle at

an antique shop in Cincinnati and the team worked

meticulously to deconstruct the piece and rebuild

it with a wider opening to meet current fire codes.

It was painted white to match the trim throughout

the home. 2 The open foyer features a 17th century

French mirror found by Ashley Powell at Market

in High Point and a custom-built staircase by John

Wonderly Architectural Woodworking. 3 While the

home is formal and grand, with its 10-foot ceilings,

the space is livable and comfortable with an open

floor plan. 4 Rustic wood beams were added to

the ceiling in the sunroom, which is located just off

the kitchen.

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5 The exterior of the new home features a plethora of materials

from stone and Hardie board on the façade, to asphalt and

metal roofing shingles. 6 The five-inch cherry hardwood flooring

found throughout the home was all hand scraped and distressed

onsite in a process that took four weeks before being

stained. 7 The gourmet kitchen opens into the sunroom and

features a mix of marble, soapstone and wood countertops.

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Artificial additions

Duncan was then able to build off the homeowners’

ideas to create a farmhouse design that looked as if it

had transformed over the years. “Shawn really understood

where we were coming from,” the homeowner

says. “I wanted the house to look like a farmhouse that

had always been on the property and the rest of the

house had grown up around it.”

Duncan utilized a variety of building materials to

show the metamorphosis of the house. He envisioned

the center part of the house, with the stone façade

and shingled roof, as the original farmhouse. The

portions of the home designed to look like additions,

which include the master suite and three season room,

feature metal roofs and Hardie board exterior walls to

replicate the look of hardwood.

DeVol, who has worked with Duncan on many

projects, explains how their process works. “Shawn

balances the materials on the plans by saying, ‘Here’s

where I want the stone, here’s where I want the siding.’

But it was up to us to dial in the colors and make specific

selections.” ➻

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The old-fashioned way

The design team looked at photos of historic

homes and sourced blue stone from

two different quarries in Montana to give a

blended look to the exterior. It is the same

stone found in the hallways, into the laundry

room and the master closet. This was

done to represent the areas that would have

been the end of the original farmhouse.

“All the solid mahogany shutters on the

exterior operate, so they actually can shut

like they would have on an old home,”

DeVol describes. “We sourced the hardware

out of Charleston, South Carolina from a

company that would’ve supplied them 150

years ago.

“Shawn drew the entry door and my

brother, Mark DeVol, who has a mill workshop

in Knoxville, built all the shutters,

brackets and entry door.”

The staircase is by far DeVol’s favorite

feature in the home, because the handrail is

crafted from one continuous piece of wood.

“Not too many people can construct staircases

this way anymore,” DeVol says. “John

Wonderly, of John Wonderly Architectural

Woodworking, goes all over the country

building staircases. But we are fortunate

to have him right in our back yard in

Springboro.” ➻

8 The three season room off the sunroom

provides the homeowners with a year-round

outdoor living area. 9 Beautiful slate graces

the flooring in the first floor laundry room

and mudroom, reminiscent of historic

farmhouse design.

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Finishing touches

Powell worked closely with the homeowners on interior selections. “The homeowner

has great taste, but she really let me loose. We were so in sync. She likes a mix

of old and new, so we mixed antiques with contemporary art,” Powell says. “Interior

design is like a painting almost. You put furniture in first; then add artwork, fabric

and lighting. And then you edit.”

Everyone involved in the design and construction of this home says the process

was delightful because of the details. They all enjoyed researching materials, construction

methods, and fabric selections that would be in keeping with a home built

in the early 1900s. But they also enjoyed the team atmosphere.

“Building is about relationships,” DeVol says. “As much as it’s a relationship with

the homeowners, it’s a relationship with the design team. We had a great team on

this project.”

“People will tell you awful things about building,” the homeowner adds. “But I

really enjoyed it. I never felt overwhelmed and I credit Dan for that because he

was quite organized. And it helped a lot to have Ashley there every step. There was

always something to look forward to.”

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10 The first-floor master suite features textured, chocolate brown wallpaper that makes the space feel warm, while allowing the fireplace

to stand out as a focal point in the room. 11 The luxurious bathtub is tucked into its own alcove along the back of the master bathroom

and features a beautiful chandelier overhead. 12 The bright white master bath is a vibrant contrast to the warm master bedroom.

It features marble throughout and two mirrored archways that showcase the intricate millwork found throughout the home.

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Remodeled kitchen is

anything but blue

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BY HILARY DANINHIRSCH

Photos by Dawn M. Smith

When Sam Ison decided to redo his

Middletown kitchen, one thing he knew

for sure is that he wanted a “wow” factor

incorporated into the design. Sam

purchased the 1993 Colonial in 2013.

While there were no major issues with

the kitchen, he felt that the look was

outdated and unappealing.

An inspiring color choice

Sam, a high school principal who taught

history, was drawn to the Colonial style,

but the former cherry cabinetry needed an

upgrade, as did the arrangement of appliances.

With the help of kitchen designer Vicki

Waker, owner of Cabinet Creations Design

Gallery in Kettering, Sam now has one of

the most unique kitchens in the area, and

perhaps, one of the bluest. “The old kitchen

was builder’s grade and Sam is a man of

style,” Waker says. “It really didn’t fit his

personality at all.”

Inspired by his blue leather sectional in

the adjacent family room, Waker installed

custom maple cabinetry with beveled flat

panels and painted them a deep blue color

akin to navy blue. “When you walk in, you

capture both spaces with your eyes,” she

says. It made sense from a design standpoint

to carry the color into the kitchen as

well. Plus, the flat panel cabinetry gives the

kitchen modern, clean lines.

Another bonus is that blue is not a

color that you’d expect to see in a kitchen,

which is one of the reasons why Sam likes

it so much. “I was initially thinking white

cabinets, but Vicki suggested the blue and I

trusted her opinion,” Sam says. ➻

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1 The bright white bar stools complement the

creamy ivory quartz countertops with hints of

gray veining.

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2 Strips of the glass mosaic tile were

installed to break up the flow of the gray

matte flannel subway tiles used for the

backsplash.

3 The custom maple cabinetry features

beveled flat panel doors and a beautiful

deep blue paint with gray undertones.

4 The original layout of the kitchen

remains the same with updated materials

and fixtures, including this undermount

double basin sink that offers a

view of the private back yard.

Stylish storage

One of the main issues with the former kitchen was the 24-inch deep pantry; it

jutted out too far and too close to the kitchen island, getting in the way of the surrounding

chairs. Replacing the pantry with one that is only 18-inches deep solved

the problem. “By pulling it back, we gained over six inches in the pathway, so when

people come over and stand by the island, they don’t feel like they have to tuck

themselves in when someone walks by,” says Waker. The new floor-to-ceiling pantry

offers abundant storage and adds to the overall style of the kitchen.

The new island is larger than what had been there previously and contains extra

storage space. The ivory quartz countertops, installed on both the island and

perimeter cabinetry, offset the dark blue color.

Another standout aspect of the kitchen is the glass mosaic backsplash in various

brown and gray hues that adorn the entire wall above the range. A strip of the

mosaic tile runs through the gray matte flannel subway tile used to create the

backsplash in the rest of the kitchen. “It gives the kitchen a distinguished look and

I think it fits in with what I think of as Colonial mode,” says Sam. ➻

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A few elements from the previous

kitchen remained—the hardwood

floors were stripped and refinished,

and Sam maintained the same layout

with one exception: Waker repositioned

his new refrigerator so that it was not

as much of a focal point in the space,

but more integrated with the rest of

the kitchen.

The renovation also allowed for a

few additional elements, such as a coffee

bar and microwave drawer tucked

into the back of the kitchen, next to

the refrigerator. Waker also installed

a pullout to the right of the range

to store pans and utensils, as well as

a hands-free waste system behind a

cabinet that opens by touching the unit

with your knee.

“We also put glass above the pantry

to highlight the decorative pieces and

give it a neat ambiance in the space,”

adds Waker. The interior lights in the

pantry and in the bar cabinets, along

with under cabinet lighting, lights over

the island, recessed can lights and a

window above the sink, provide many

sources of illumination.

“We also created a bar at the end of

the kitchen with gray cabinets, a wine

refrigerator and a 43-inch television,”

says Sam. The open cabinetry flanking

the television stores glassware and

bottles and provides a nice balance to

the kitchen. Sam likes the contrast to

the blue cabinetry, though the two colors

are in harmony, due to the complementing

tones shared by both.

5 The new bar features gray cabinetry,

a television and a glass-front beverage

cooler.

6 The original hardwood floors were

refinished and a bar was installed at the

end of the kitchen.

7 The original 24-inch deep pantry, with

standard white doors, was replaced with

an 18-inch version and disguised behind

cabinetry to match the rest of the kitchen.

8 Rather than repositioning it above the

cooktop, the new microwave drawer

was installed below this coffee bar alcove

tucked into the back corner of the kitchen,

within reach of the new refrigerator

and range.

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Clean and simple design aesthetic

For the most part, the design was kept simple, with

clean lines and unembellished hardware, but it still

has many elements of a custom look. Waker says

that the renovated kitchen pulls the look of the

whole house together, especially since the kitchen is

centrally located.

Although the home’s exterior is Colonial and most

of the other rooms are decorated in a traditional

style, Waker views the kitchen as more transitional.

“We wanted to give him a timeless look, but not

something that everyone has.”

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YOU CAN FIND IT ALL HERE!

Whether you are planning to remodel your current

home or just seeing what’s new and hot, join

the thousands of people in the greater Dayton

area who have found our show to be an important

source for upgrading their homes and gardens.

We bring the best exhibitors in the region

under one roof.

Entertainment galore! Enjoy the fourth annual

“Chef’s Showdown”. There will be nine local chefs

competing for the crown. Feel the excitement

on Saturday with three rounds and three chefs

competing to see who goes to the final three on

Sunday.

Entertain yourself as you check out our boutique

vendors with cash-and-carry merchandise.

Thanks for attending our show….

CHEF’S SHOWDOWN

Hosted by

11:00 am

JAMES BURTON

Lily’s Bistro

AARON KEMP

Watermark

PATRICK SARTIN

Harvest Mobile Cuisine

1:00 pm

ANDREW PAYNE

Hunger Paynes

STEPHANIE SCHIFRIN SALAS

The Dayton Club

AARON BRAUN

Meadowlark

3:00 pm

ROLAND ELIASON

The Winds Cafe

CRYSTAL COPPOCK

Wheat Penny

JOE FISH

The Chef’s Case

STEVE HENGER

Executive Director

CONTEST

RANDY PHILLIPS

Show Director

For the fourth year in a row, Dayton’s

best chefs battle it out for $500 and

bragging rights as part of the annual

Home and Outdoor Living Show.

With 20 minutes and a mystery box

of ingredients, and the stocked food

Pantry, these talented local chefs are

challenged to create an appetizer for

the judges. With three preliminary

rounds, at 11am, 1pm and 3pm, each

round’s winner will advance to the

finals held Sunday at 1pm.

NEW THIS YEAR: A STUDENT

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1009, 1011 A-Abel Family of Companies

1303 A D Kistler & Son

1125 Acute Hearing Solutions

311 ADT Security Services

714 Aerolux Blinds & Shades

501 All-Seal Home Improvement, Inc

1004, 1006 Allegiant Roofing

417 American Home Energy Alliance

724, 726, 728 American Siding & Roofing, LLC

727 Apple Country/Weaver Barns

307, 309 Aqua Falls Water

207, 306, 308 Aristocrat Products MFG, Inc

502 AT&T

1115-1111 Bath Creations

606 Bath Fitter DBA Bathroom

Alternatives, Inc

1210 Bath Masters

43, 44 Buck-Icon

221, 223 Buckeye Eco Care

701 Buschurs Home Improvement

208 C & M Insulation

801 Champion Windows,

Siding, & Patio Rooms

101, 202 Charles Family Hearth

510 Cleantec, Ltd

1107 Closet Classic Designs

1307 Craft Interiors

1021 Craftsman Home Improvement

504 Culligan Water

821 D & B Sales Inc

1103 Dayton Daily News

509, 511 Dayton Door Sales

45 Dayton Dragons

1106 Dayton Power & Light

49 Dayton VA Medical Center

820 Deer Heating & Cooling

1101 Double Tilt Sash & Door Co

420, 1227 Elite Mobility Inc

1110 Enterprise Roofing & Sheet Metal Co

48 Ernst Home Inspections

905 Everdry Waterproofing

409 Experigreen Lawn Care

621, 623 Feazel Enterprises

1128 Fresh Coat Painters

814 Garage Force of Dayton

823, 825 Garage Kings

1002 Garber Electric

1221 Garber Woodworking

1026,1028 Glaser Softwater

911 Goldstar Construction Group

1202, 1204, 1206 Granite Transformations

524 Gutter Shutter Company

1313, 1315 Habitat For Humanity

40 happyroost

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721 Highfield Door Sales

605, 709 Hot Springs Of Dayton

50 Hytech Marketing

520, 522 Improveit Home Remodeling

1121 Infinity from Marvin-Columbus

909 Integrity Water Solutions, LLC

dba Kinetico of Dayton

624, 626 Jaco Waterproofing, LLC

304 Junk King

620 Kitchen Craft

1309 Kitchen Saver

1313 Kitchen Tune up

914 Lance Roofing and Siding, Inc

421 Landscape Lighting Resources

406 Leaf Guard of Columbus/Dayton

829 LeafFilter North, Inc

41 Liberty Eco Sox & More

321, 323 Lifestylez Lawn Care

423 Living Well Products Direct

51 Loretta Wikstrom

629 Marian’s Candles n Crafts

1205 Mattress Firm

616 McIntosh Painting Co

618 Medicare Planning of Dayton

112 Merker Ornamental Iron

614 Miami Valley Insulation

1123, 1124 Miami Valley NARI

508 Mosquito Joe

110 My Gorilla Garage

628 My Pillow

36, 37, 38 North Fork Mercantile

528 Norwex

411 Orkin

80, 81 Paddycakes Natural Skin Care

47 Pampered Chef

815 Parsons Construction Group

117, 214 Patio Masters

74-79 Paul’s Outdoor Power Equipment

1001 Pella Sales, Inc

715 Platinum Insulation Products

507 Plum Tree Realty

523 Pools - HD

700 Prestige Renovations

411 Radon Don

921, 923, 925, 927 ReBath of Dayton

121 Recreations Outlet

514 Reeds Remodel

1015 Renewal by Andersen

126 Rent the Chicken

201 Retro Foam

1314 S P Holdings, LLC

915 Schaffner’s Landscape

414 Seal-Smart

1200 Sears Home Pro

601 Shelf Genie

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920, 924 Sherwin Williams

521, 1215 Show Demo

1319, 1321 Sunspace Central Ohio

315 TAG Roofing & Restoration

215 Target Tool Rentals & Sales

401 The Basement Doctor

827 The US Home Pro

1007 Transformations Plus

1401 Travel Resorts of America

301 Universal Windows Direct

527 USA Insulations

1324 Venture Out Resorts

320, 322 Vrienden Umbrellas

107 Waymire Barns & Lawn Furniture

425 Wayne Overhead Door Sales

515, 517 Wells Electric Service

1201 Your 1 Day Floor

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Mary Kay Cosmetics

Nancy ER Designs

Nothing Bundt Cakes

Now & Zen Terrariums

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What’s

Trending in

Outdoor

Living?

Outside Is the

New Inside

The days are getting deliciously longer,

temperatures are climbing and the

backyard cookout invites are just pouring

in. The seasons, they are a-changing—and

as we swing into summer,

there’s no better time to give your outdoor

space a boost. This year it’s really

about making your outdoor space function

like an interior space for all things

fun, lounging and entertaining.

Patio materials: We have noticed an

increase interest in larger sized patio

units, referred to in the industry as

slabs. People see advantages to less

joints, but still like the flexibility of

interlocking “paver” type systems. As

natural material prices come down,

the classic appeal of stone is gaining

popularity. The “real thing” is less likely

to fade, discolor or go out of style.

Obviously natural materials have less

color range than man-made products,

but there are still lots of nice colors

available.

Efficient use of space: instead of paving

the whole back yard, homeowners now

are opting for smaller, more flexible

spaces. Maybe there are two adjacent

spaces that accommodate a large party,

but only using one can be intimate

for a small group. Homeowners are

interested in the right size space for

the gathering. They are also tending to

jazz up the space a bit. Container color,

pergolas and pavilions, fireplaces and

firepits, and interesting paving materials

are now very popular. Many choose

a more richly appointed space, which creates the backdrop for a beautiful evening with

friends. Big, boring patios are out – private nooks are in.

Research: Websites, photo galleries and design blogs have given people many sources

to research their tastes and preferences. Many of these sites allow photos to be collected

by the customer to show a designer or architect what they like. Putting in some

time and research assures that the space that is designed will suit your taste. Options

are nearly endless, and photos across the web prove that any idea you may have is

possible.

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Food

Thought

FOR

Add a little zest

to your next salad

Photo by Connie Kimsey

Spring Salad with

French Vinaigrette

VINAIGRETTE DRESSING

2 tablespoons red wine vinegar

or sherry vinegar

1/4 teaspoon sea salt

1 tablespoon shallot, finely minced

1 teaspoon Dijon mustard (prefer Edmond Fallot)

6-8 tablespoons olive oil

1/2 tablespoon fresh parsley, chopped

1/2 tablespoon fresh chives, chopped

1/2 tablespoon fresh thyme, chopped

Combine vinegar, shallots and salt. Let stand

for 10 minutes. Mix in Dijon mustard until smooth.

Slowly whisk in olive oil. Add parsley, chives and thyme.

SALAD

1 head red leaf lettuce

1 head green leaf lettuce

1 head Boston lettuce

12 radishes thinly sliced

1 package cherry tomatoes cut in half

1 package golden tomatoes cut in half

black pepper

Clean and dry vegetables.

Toss together in salad bowl and drizzle with dressing.

Serves 12-15

Recipe by Tara Burchfield

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2019

COLOR

FORECAS T

Hot hues to

watch for this year

BY CHRISTINA KLEINER

1

From fashion to interior design, color plays an important

role in our daily lives. Each year, some of the most influential

experts in the industry announce their top colors

of the year. Marsala, Poised Taupe, Violet Verbena and

Greenery are just a few of the eclectic hues bestowed

the honor the last few years. This year’s crop of top

colors runs the gamut, from sultry green to lively coral.

It’s up to you to decide which color speaks to you. ➻

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2

Living

Coral

4

Pantone’s pick for its 2019 Color of the Year is Living Coral. The

optimistic shade of coral features a golden undertone, creating the

perfect combination of energy and warmth. “Color is an equalizing

lens through which we experience our natural and digital realities

and this is particularly true for Living Coral. With consumers craving

human interaction and social connection, the humanizing and heartening

qualities displayed by the convivial Pantone Living Coral hit a

responsive chord,” says Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the

Pantone Color Institute.

This lively accent color looks great in virtually any space. Consider

using Living Coral as an accent wall color in a home office, or incorporate

it into a living room or sunroom via quaint chairs, luxurious rugs

and throw pillows or eye-catching wall art. ➻

3

1 Sherwin-Williams’ Coral Reef brings Pantone’s Color of the Year 2019 Living Coral to life in this modern home office. 2 Inspired by

Pantone’s Living Coral, the backs of the cabinet boxes add a pop of color and character to the glass-front cabinetry from MasterBrand

Cabinets. 3 The workshop stool reimagined—the Tom & Jerry three-legged stool from Magis pairs colorful Living Coral with a wood

finish, creating the perfect piece to complement a kitchen or bar. 4 The PH5 mini pendant light from Louis Poulsen acts as a work of

art, with the Living Coral color making it the perfect choice for a kitchen or living room. 5 A splash of coral adds an energetic touch to

the neutral blue-gray tone of the floor and ceiling in this Dayton, Ohio sunroom designed by Sharon Bledsoe Designs and David Fair

Interiors. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp

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Metropolitan

6

Gray has long been the go-to color in home design and

Benjamin Moore believes the love affair with this neutral

is still going strong. Metropolitan, a clean and crisp

light gray with cool undertones, is the paint company’s

top color of 2019. “Comforting, composed and effortlessly

sophisticated, Metropolitan exudes beauty and

balance,” says Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore director of

strategic design intelligence. “It’s a color in the neutral

spectrum that references a contemplative state of mind

and design.”

The soothing shade is synonymous with peace and

tranquility, making it the perfect choice for virtually

any room in your house. It has the ability to bring a

calming sense of relief to a master suite or establish a

stress-free environment in your family room.

7

6 Inspired by Benjamin Moore’s Metropolitan, the Urban

vanity from Hastings Tile & Bath features a soft gray finish

that brings this modern master bathroom to the next level.

7 The soft gray of Benjamin Moore’s Metropolitan allows

the dark hue of the blue cabinet to stand out in this kitchen.

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8

9

Cavern

Clay

Cavern Clay, a warm terracotta hue, is Sherwin-

Williams’ top color pick of the year. The earthy,

desert-inspired color works well in casual or formal

environments.

“Cavern Clay is an easy way to bring the warmth of

the outdoors in. Envision beaches, canyons and deserts,

and sun-washed late summer afternoons—all of

this embodied in one color,” says Sue Wadden, director

of color marketing for Sherwin-Williams.

Consider Cavern Clay as the perfect backdrop to a

welcoming living room or kitchen. It works well when

paired with classic natural elements such as wood

and stone and even complements dark navy blue and

black accent pieces such as chairs and lighting. ➻

8 With Sherwin-Williams’ Cavern Clay serving as the

earthy backdrop, this kitchen is able to show off its bright

white cabinetry and countertops, as well as the unique

herringbone design of the range backsplash. 9 The living

room utilizes Sherwin-Williams’ Cavern Clay on the walls,

which perfectly complements the dark blue hues seen in

the throw pillow, wall art and area rug.


Night Watch

PPG relied on the power of nature when it selected Night

Watch as its 2019 Color of the Year. The luxuriously rich

green allows you to bring the healing power of nature

right into your home. “The restorative power of nature is

important in society now more than ever,” explains Dee

Schlotter, PPG senior color marketing manager. “The dark

green hue of Night Watch pulls our memories of natural

environments to the surface to recreate the calming,

invigorating euphoria we feel when in nature.”

Night Watch is a versatile color that can be incorporated

into a variety of spaces and design elements. Consider it as

a focal accent wall in a living room or dining room. It pairs

nicely with gold or brass accents and bright pops of blue

and orange.

10 PPG’s Night Watch complements the elegant

and simplistic look of this dining space.

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