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Durable paint finishes set off this comprehensive home renovation, adding a sense of light and spaciousness

Pastel wall tones and vibrant accents typify this renovating paint scheme utilising Resene paints

​​​​​​​Resene MoulDefender was added to the Resene paint white
​​​​​​​Resene MoulDefender was added to the Resene paint used in the kitchen and bathrooms in this comprehensive renovation.

When Sven Hager converted a 1970s Wellington residence back from two flats into a large family home, substantial remodeling was required to convert the neutral spaces into a cosy, vibrant interior. A key aspect of the makeover was Hager’s selection of Resene paints and finishes.

“Choices were inspired by Island Bay’s rugged coast for an earthy, sophisticated look – warm wall tones with bold accents.”

To this end, he chose Resene Quarter Nullarbor, a pastel brown, as the main wall colour with Resene Half Alabaster for the ceilings. To provide a charcoal element that links the various spaces, Resene Double Foundry was selected as the ceiling trim.

“For the reinvented kitchen, Resene Dusty Road – a mink brown – complements the main wall colour,” says Hager. “The adjacent laundry is in Resene Wild Thing, a bright yellow that creates the effect of a larger, lighter space.”

In the renovated upstairs bathroom, Resene Half Cut Glass, an icy green-blue, projects calm and a connection to water.

Resene All Black and Resene White Lustacryl were selected for the yin/yang-sliders in the bathroom, the door frames included. And Resene Smashing, a vibrant red, is matched with Resene All Black for the laundry sliders – connecting to the red Seratone in the kitchen and the bathroom.

For details, visit a Resene ColorShop, phone 0800 737 363, web: www.resene.co.nz


​​​​​​​On this renovation, Resene Zylone Sheen was used gray
​​​​​​​On this renovation, Resene Zylone Sheen was used on the main walls and Resene SpaceCote Low Sheen for the accent colours.

Story by: Trendsideas

01 Nov, 2019