This chic collaboration of nail polish and interior paint will make any room shine.
OPI has created some of the most beautiful and iconic nail polishes. Clark+Kensington is a premier paint line, ranked number one in Consumer Reports reviews of interior paints. Together, they’ve created an exclusive line of paint; The OPI Color Palette by Clark+ Kensington that can only be found at Ace Hardware stores nationwide. They call it “Glamour by the gallon,” and it is! These paints can be used on walls and on furniture. In just a few easy steps, you’ve stamped your personality on your home. You’ve taken your fave nail polish shades and turned into an interior décor masterpiece.Read How to Look Chic in the Heat from Celeb Stylist Erin Walsh
When you pick up a color palette from Clark + Kensington, on the flip side of it, you get information on what the undertones of the color are and what works with it. That’s similar when you’re looking for a foundation. Paint is like the foundation or blush for a room…when you think about it. The OPI Color Palette for Clark+Kensington has three collections: The Artist, The Wild Heart, and The Romantic. 18 colors, 18 nail polish shades that have been turned into interior paint. There are also coordinating Clark + Kensington shades, so you don’t have to guess what is the right accent shade when showcasing architectural details in a room, or painting furniture. Can’t figure out what shade to use? Pick up a Clark+Kensington sample for $4.99. Interior paint starts at $8.49.
When I took the model room tour, I had a chance to speak with three interior designers. Here are their home decorating tips:
Talk about a sophisticated showplace. This living room is like a cross between gilded Hollywood and Holly Golightly’s New York City. At the same time, it’s a comfortable room where you want to kick off your shoes, not a stage set. The room was created by interior designer and Ace Hardware Interior Design Expert, Katie Reynolds. Reynolds’ design firm, Lilli Designs is based in Dallas, Texas. She creates beautiful nurseries and children’s bedrooms.
Boston-based Interior designer Julie Richard created this airy bedroom. The feeling of spaciousness is similar to the rooms she’s created for her clients via her company, Shelter.
This uber luxurious bathroom –hey, it’s bigger than some New York City studios—was designed by Nathan Fischerof Stiles Fischer Interior Design. You might’ve seen him on HGTV.
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