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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Uncovering the Paint Colors in an Ever-Changing French Kitchen

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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Uncovering the Paint Colors in an Ever-Changing French Kitchen

February 4, 2022

Today we’re launching a new column: Remodelista Reconnaissance, in which we’ll sleuth out the answer to a reader-asked question, mine our sources (and, occasionally, the depths of the internet), and uncover the provenance of an object, fixture, fitting, or design detail spied in our posts (and where to find it).

For our first installment, we’re tackling a question we’ve gotten again and again: What paint colors were used in this ever-changing house in Reims, France?

Reader, look no further.

the house is owned by a pair of shopkeepers. the interiors are filled with a ro 9
Above: The house is owned by a pair of shopkeepers. The interiors are filled with a rotating array of their one-of-a-kind finds, and the simple, tone-on-tone palette acts as a cohesive, calm backdrop.
one reader asked about the armoire at the far end of the kitchen; it&#8\2\1 10
Above: One reader asked about the armoire at the far end of the kitchen; it’s painted in Dimity by Farrow & Ball.
others asked about the walls and trim. the trim is painted in white tie and the 11
Above: Others asked about the walls and trim. The trim is painted in White Tie and the walls in Elephant’s Breath, both by Farrow & Ball.
left to right: elephant&#8\2\17;s breath, white tie, and dimity by farrow & 12
Above: Left to right: Elephant’s Breath, White Tie, and Dimity by Farrow & Ball.

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