BENJAMIN MOORE: CALM. Another great shade of white paint that Muse Interiors introduced to us is Benjamin Moore's Calm. Not really a true white, but sort of a warm white with gray undertones- we had used it in our old family room and wanted to try it again since we were keeping all the furniture the same. It looks entirely different to me in the new setting, but I think I love it even more here!
Even though the kitchen is newly remodeled, the apron-front sink, furniture-style legs, and curvaceous faucet give this kitchen an air of history. The oil-rubbed bronze cabinet pulls were inspired by dark flecks in the granite countertop and help break up the wall of white.
Architecturally, the Valley Knudsen Garden Residence is a very interesting building. Most middle class homes of the Victorian period were done in varying combinations of the Eastlake or Queen Anne styles. The choice of this Second Empire with a French Mansard styled roof for this working-middle class home was rather unusual for the West coast
Wow, Now This is a Gorgeous and Very Fine Example of Victorian Design, I Wouldn't Be Apt to Miss It, Say If It Were Painted Dark Green with Brick Red Deep Tan Accents Trying to Meld the beauty Into It's Natural Surroundings, But, in That Eye-Popping Yellow There's No Way, One Can State They Didn't See It In Passing During the Daylight Or Even Twilight Hours.