Sims Hilditch, Cotswold Manor HouseCountry Entrance, Gloucestershire

This is an example of a large rural entrance in Gloucestershire with purple walls and limestone flooring. —  Houzz
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Janet Males wrote:4 Aug 2016
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    Sims Hilditch

    Hello,

    Thank you for your interest in our Cotswold Manor House project.

    The wall paint is from Neptune and is called Peat.

    Best wishes,

    Sims Hilditch

emmawarren wrote:11 Feb 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    kateburt
    Kate Burt added this to 8 Reasons to Blend Your Woodwork Paint With Your Walls14 Feb 2017

    It can soften the edgesConsider the surfaces adjacent to your matching walls and woodwork too. In this country manor house in the Cotswolds, the brown tones in the paintwork (it’s Fine Mahogany by Neptune) echo the colours in the flagstones, wicker baskets, logs and rugged front door, building a relaxed feel in this elegant but unfussy hallway. So before you get your brush out, look at the surfaces next to and surrounding the woodwork you’re planning to paint. Take a sample of it, if possible, to a DIY shop that offers colour matching and then go a few shades lighter or darker. Want to explore this country home? Take a look around it

    cathyrebecca1
    Cathy Rebecca added this to Houzz Tour: Country Style With a Chic Twist in the Cotswolds27 Jan 2015

    ‘I really wanted this space to have atmosphere,’ Emma says, in reference to the rich brown wall colour she chose for the entrance hall. To keep continuity throughout the home, she pulled the colour into some of the upholstery in the sitting and drawing rooms. The country feel really comes out as soon as you step through the (original) front door, with wicker baskets brimming with logs for the numerous fires in the home. Log baskets, Neptune. Light, Vaughan. Walls painted in Fine Mahogany, Neptune.

    larasargent
    Lara Sargent added this to Decorating: How to Make Your Skirting Boards Stand Out Beautifully9 Dec 2014

    Go for one colour A single colour used on walls and woodwork creates a strong, unfussy look: this beautiful washed amethyst hue is calm and composed. The all-over shade makes the hallway appear larger than it is, as there are no contrasting skirting boards to break up the planes of colour.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    joseph_james1
    joseph_james1 added this to Dream house design27 Oct 2018

    entrance - feature in front but statue?

    alison3695
    Ali added this to Painted Woodwork And Skirting15 Oct 2018

    Room looks taller because no skirting

    melokeeffe
    Melanie O'Keeffe added this to Back Living Room4 Sep 2018

    Woodwork and wall same colour - white ceiling

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