How to Use Multiple Paint Colors In One Room

Justina Blakeney is an L.A-based designer, author, and stylist with a bohemian heart. Her love for color, pattern, plants, her daughter, and her 'jungalow' are shared daily on her eponymous lifestyle blog, and she is one of the world’s most followed tastemakers on Pinterest.

(Photo courtesy of Britney Cherry)When it comes to paint color, monogamy is so passé. In this bathroom, photographed by Britney Cherry, interior designer Faith Blakeney (aka my big sis) went polyamorous all the way, applying a different hue on each wall using the barely touched samples she accrued while painting the rest of the house. The result uniquely ties all of the home's palettes together while animating the once stark white space. If you want to try this in your own bathroom, be sure to end with a coat of semi-gloss paint—it adds an extra layer of protection against all that humidity.

(Photo courtesy of Britney Cherry)Paint colors:
Crocodile Tears (light green), Mint Julep (lighter green), and Verde (emerald green) by Dunn Edwards; Brassica (lavender) and Clunch (cream) by Farrow & Ball.

(Photo courtesy of Britney Cherry)

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