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Northshore Home Fall 2018

Northshore Home magazine highlights the best in architectural design, new construction and renovations, interiors, and landscape design.

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87 the layout of the paint colors," Wilson recalls. "We prob- ably had 28 colors and eight beiges (mostly by Benjamin Moore)." Around the quiet neutrals are carefully curated deeper colors, including a playroom in soft yellow, a dining room draped in rich fall colors, a home office with walls a deep shade of olive, and a barely there blue living room and master suite. The living room, with pops of lime green against a wash of light blue, has no TV, just a contented peaceful- ness. "I love how calm it is," Claire McCarthy says of the space. A dedicated cook, she also loves the kitchen, designed by a professional kitchen designer, but with Wilson's touch in details such as rugs, tile, and cabinet finishes. "The project was a composition, playing back and forth, much like an artist," Wilson says. Around the quiet neutrals are carefully curated deeper colors, including a dining room draped in rich fall colors. " THE PROJEC T WAS A C OMP O SI TIO N, PL AYING B AC K AND FO RTH, MUC H LIKE AN ARTI ST."

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