CENTURY Home Makeover: Dining Room
Recently, CENTURY paint was used throughout the interiors of a gorgeous 1933 Québec City home, under careful oversight of Interior Designer & Benjamin Moore spokesperson Sophie Bergeron. The home’s dining room now exudes a warm, welcoming energy and truly distinctive glow with walls painted in CENTURY BLUE FESCUE Q6.
From subdued and solemn to fresh and lively, this dining room makeover was a great success. Of the CENTURY color choice, BLUE FESCUE Q6, designer Sophie Bergeron sees it as strong enough to bring lots of color style to any room, while muted enough to be “perfectly timeless.”
“BLUE FESCUE Q6 will evolve naturally with every aspect of your décor,” says the designer.
In addition to the beautiful color, the natural light flooding into the room takes full advantage of the Soft Touch Matte Finish of the CENTURY-painted walls.
In addition to this gorgeous new color on the walls, other design opportunities were also abundant. “With the magnificent, opulent chandelier at the center of the decor, the rest of the furniture had to be as elegant, yet discreet,” Sophie shared. “By using classic French chairs and a sleek stainless steel table, I was able to combine classic to contemporary, fashionable furniture to timeless original pieces.”
See More from the 1933 Redesigned Quebec House
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See CENTURY Home Makeover, 1933 Quebec House: Bedroom
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