Chip and I just returned from a delightful visit to the completely refurbished Buckeystown Inn, now re-named Frederick Inn. The renovation was beautifully done, and I’ve got the Before & Afters to show you – plus the paint choices – which were spot on, and the inspired work of Tuscan Blue Design‘s Meredith Ericksen.
The transformation was so complete, I’m showing it to you by floors. Your first look is at the first floor.
Main dining area, BEFORE:
Wall color for the walls in this space is Benjamin Moore’s Silver Sage 506 in eggshell.
Breakfast room BEFORE:
Breakfast Room AFTER:
Wall color in this morning room is Benjamin Moore’s Beach Glass 1564 in eggshell.
Sitting area BEFORE:
Wall color in the sitting area is Benjamin Moore’s Beach Glass 1564 in eggshell.
The Front Dining area, BEFORE:
Wall color in this front dining area is Benjamin Moore’s Silver Sage 506 in eggshell.
And here’s a teaser of what’s to come upstairs:
The halls were a soft, yellowy white (Benjamin Moore’s Hepplewhite Ivory, HC-36 in eggshell), which complemented the woodwork of the staircase. Just wait till you see how fabulous the pop of near-black on the hallway doors looks. That’s coming up next! Stay tuned.
All first floor doors, trim, wainscoting, and fireplaces are painted Benjamin Moore’s Linen White 912 in semi-gloss. The ceilings are all done in the same color mixed at 1/2 tone in flat.
Want to see this fabulous inn in person? They do small weddings, events, and, of course, overnights. The Frederick Inn at Buckeystown.
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