Wine on the Walls

Wine on the Walls

Whenever I consider a dark tone paint color, my eye always goes straight to the olive green or slate blue families. Rarely do I consider a dark red or deep burgundy as a color to layer on walls, but that’s a personal preference.

I will admit that wine and burgundy tones do have an allure, they feel sensual and romantic when subdued, especially this time of year when moody spaces feel extra cozy. I especially like the use of deep wine tones in dining rooms, a small bathroom, or a study.

But I know myself, as attractive as these tones are, I know if I painted my walls a burgundy color, I’d want to change it six months later when spring arrives.

Are you like me? Would you never commit to a burgundy paint on the walls? These sophisticated spaces may have you reconsidering!

via bbc


via 1st dibs


kin and kasa


chris loves julia

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via habitat

via covet house


Not just for walls, consider burgundy tones for cabinets too. These feel like the perfect shade of lipstick, no?

mcgrath 2

devol kitchens

palmer weiss design


james may homes

hue design collective

wolfe home

Would you be so bold? Would you paint your cabinets in a wine or burgundy color? Or the walls in your home?