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Chinook Repaint

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Updating the home's interior using a fresh coat of paint to decorate, brought sophistication and made the home look like it belonged here.Updating the home's interior using a fresh coat of paint to decorate, brought sophistication and made the home look like it belonged here.

Master Bedroom before

Master Bedroom before

The room is very cold and uninteresting.

Master bedroom after

Master bedroom after

Changing the paint to a darker color in the master bedroom suite made it feel more intimate. Note the door to the outside deck was also painted.

Main Entry and Dining Room Before

Main Entry and Dining Room Before

The entire main floor was painted a blue that made it look like it belonged in the desert in Arizona.

Main Entry and Dining Room After

Main Entry and Dining Room After

After painting most of the major rooms on the main floor a warm grey the home finally looked like it belonged at the base of Casper Mountain. It also brought sophistication to the rooms

Main Entry and Dining Room After

Main Entry and Dining Room After

Note how we left some of the blue in this room to keep it from getting too dark, it also creates interest.

Living Room Before

Living Room Before

Living Room After

Living Room After

This room was staged with the same person that did the powder room, unfortunately I do not know her name. Note how her cowhide chairs stand out after the room was painted.

Kitchen Before

Kitchen Before

The walls were white which did nothing for the beautiful stone arches and wood tones.

Kitchen After

Kitchen After

The grey made the room feel more welcoming, and brought out the beauty of the wood and stone arches.

Powder Room Before

Powder Room Before

The previous stager did a beautiful job of staging this powder room but the walls were the same blue color as the living room and kitchen.

Powder Room After

Powder Room After

After painting the walls a warm grey, her staging really popped.