Coastal Colors still going strong in South Charlotte

I’ve been mentioning for quite a while now how Coastal Colors are still going very strong here in South Charlotte – for a good two years now. It’s not because as a Color Specialist in Charlotte that I keep choosing them, my clients are asking for them.

Every now and then I get a client whose home just comes to life with new color and I wanted to share this one with you. This home is also in South Charlotte in the Cureton Subdivision of Waxhaw. Come take a look.

 

Soft purple for the guest room.

Coastal blue for the living room.

The archway is a soft white as it transitions into the foyer color.

With open floor plans, the living room color will be climbing up the stairs.

 Decor plays a HUGE role for color inspiration.

 That beautiful pillow was the inspiration for this Master Bedroom.

Details over the archway make this dining room & foyer unique.

Silver, gray and black are always a great color trio.

Keep in mind that this home has an open floor plan so you can see just about every room here from any one given point. Take a look at the pictures again and see how the colors flow. Just love this home!!

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17 Responses to Coastal Colors still going strong in South Charlotte

  1. Nora Metzler says:

    please tell us some of the details. I have the same dark wood in the home I purchased and I love blue & aqua. perhaps wall colors? fabric? love love love it (ps i’m from pgh)

  2. Donna Frasca says:

    From Pittsburgh? What part? I can’t picture these colors in the homes there unless you have new construction and or are out by Peter’s Township or Cranberry perhaps. Let me know 🙂

  3. Nora Metzler says:

    I grew up in upper st. clair and then in north strabane on the peters border. Have moved to Waynesburg pa with 33 acres and new home, open floor plan with master bedroom on the main floor. The owner builders had to move just before move-in so I did not pick out any of the fixtures or cabinets. It has dark cabinets and trim. The wood in my own furniture is also dark.
    I suppose you are saying that the dark colors in your client’s home would only work in rather large home. my home is not that large .
    The last 10 years I have had the blue-green of various shades & hues and am tired of that. Saw this home and thought I could use some of my blue-green decor in this blue, aqua and purple scheme. I would like to have a brighter more cheerful feeling as the wood is so dark.
    Would like to go with the new tangerine orange but have a hard time reconciling with orange. Any suggestions. I greatly appreciate your time and thoughts.

  4. Donna Frasca says:

    We used to be neighbors – I lived in Mt. Lebanon. What I was referring to in my comment was that most of the homes in Pittsburgh are older (mine was built in 1926 – I have it on a post on this blog) and these coastal colors would look odd with that style home, that is why I was asking if you lived in Peter’s, where there’s newer construction.

    I didn’t say dark colors would only work in larger homes (?) I said that these lighter colors transition well in very open floor plans. Did I say that somewhere about darker colors? That’s would be unlike me to say. Anywho – thanks so much for the comments and please stop by again Noran. Metzler – I used to go to school on Long Island with a Metzler family 🙂

  5. Nora Metzler says:

    Hurray, so I guess I have the green light. Very excited to get started. LAST QUESTION – To get started, any chance you know what coastal blue paint was used in the living room?

    Its a small world. My sister moved from Peters and now lives in Greenville SC and loves to play with color. I will refer her to your site. She even paints her own abstract paintings for her home. I may get her your kit for Christmas.

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