style at home country colour collection 2


Style at Home Country Colour Collection 2

Colour Gallery Teaser

Colour Gallery

Paint palettes hand-picked by Style at Home editor-in-chief Erin McLaughlin take the guesswork out of creating an effortless interior atmosphere.




Modern sophistication reigns in this glamorous palette that infuses any room with a dose of high fashion.




These colours transport me to winter in Montreal. They have a subtle greystone feel and, depending on how you use them, these shades suit either a sophisticated palette in the city or a casual one in the country - both of which hold a special place in my heart.




Recalling the shores of Georgian Bay, Ontario, Mugwump represents the beauty of nature at its most wild, and most refined. A palette for a cottage or a grand home - or for anyone who loves earthy colours and blue tones.




Rich plums and purples rank among my favourite shades, and this colour scheme whisks me right back to my wedding day in New York City. It was a casual affair, cozy and intimate, precisely like this palette.




The lush, mossy grey-green gardens of Ireland rank among my favourites in the world. This palette represents a moody serenity that brings to mind that mist-covered coastline. To me, the Isle of Eire is constantly calling.




These bright, upbeat colours brilliantly bring to mind pretty fresh flowers from the farmers' market - something you'll always find on my kitchen table.




Blues, beiges and taupes come together in this soothing colour scheme that reminds me of the massive Tudor Revival homes in some of Toronto's oldest neighbourhoods. I love how well my hometown blends new and old for a look that's fresh and totally unique.



Whites and Greys

Crisp whites provide a fresh clean backdrop for any palette, whether you're adding in bold accents to offset the white or layering more whites for a soothing textured monochromatic look.

Greys are the new classics. While we do love our whites, greys take neutral to another level. Pair the lighter greys here with the darker ones, or layer them with any of the whites above for a soft but alluring backdrop.