Tracey from Fort Langley was the winner of a brand new custom closet from Designer Closet Guys I Hate My Closet Contest!
Her prize included a colour consultation from me so we all arrived together a couple weeks ago to measure up her closet and choose colours.
Chris Isfeld, Owner of Designer Closet Guys
In December I posted about how to choose a colour for a bedroom using my large colour samples but here are some visuals on exactly how it’s done.
Whether I’m looking for a colour to coordinate with the bedding or not, I always take two poster boards and turn them around to the white side (above) so that as I show each colour sample on by one, you are just looking at the colour NOT comparing to what’s behind it.
Tracey and her husband were ready to replace the existing green beige with a cooler, fresher colour.
She loved the idea of incorporating a pop of colour in the master closet as her tiny office was in there too. I had a larger sample of Dill Pickle but then when I pulled out this smaller but darker and stronger fresh green (Limeade CSP-865) she instantly declared it to be the one.
I think a closet which will end up getting mostly covered by clothes can totally handle a bright colour like this. Remember my Hermes Orange closet? Wow it was bright until everything went in. Now it’s perfect.
Photos by Lynk Marketing
Designer Closet Guys can be found designing closets on Love it or List it this Monday at 10:00 pm on the W Network.
And you’ll be seeing this bedroom and closet reveal soon!
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