Still Life ND040: A mid-tone beige with warm undertones, this is a great shade to warm up rooms that face north or tend to be a bit on the chilly side. Undertone: green . #BeautiTone Paint Colour inspiration.

Secrets to Choosing Neutrals that will Always Take Your Side - Maria Killam - The True Colour Expert

Victoria Boer's historic home in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Featured in Winter 2011

Modern white leather sofas and dramatic artwork blend with antique furnishings…

Amazing two-sided fireplace in Raven Spanier's Moncton, New Brunswick home from the fall 2011 issue

See how New Brunswick architect Raven Spanier used chic modern design and eco-friendly materials to create a sophisticated and livable home for his family.

Craig Dauphinee and Christopher Gillis' vintage-inspired home in Charlottetown, P.E.I. featured in the Summer 2011 issue of East Coast Living

Craig Dauphinee and Christopher Gillis' vintage-inspired home in Charlottetown, P. featured in the Summer 2011 issue of East Coast Living

Anne Foster Worlock, Mary Koven and Harriet Velazquez's vacation home on Nova Scotia's South Shore featured in the summer 2011 issue of East Coast Living

Three homeowners convene every summer at this incredible oceanside retreat on Nova Scotia's South Shore that they designed and decorated themselves.

Craig Dauphinee and Christopher Gillis' vintage-inspired home in Charlottetown, P.E.I. featured in the Summer 2011 issue of East Coast Living

Craig Dauphinee and Christopher Gillis' vintage-inspired home in Charlottetown, P. featured in the Summer 2011 issue of East Coast Living

The living room is small but cozy and filled with light. Laurie decorated with works by local artists, including this piece by NSCAD graduate Norma Jean MacLean. Photo: James Ingram, Jive Photographic

The living room is small but cozy and filled with light. Laurie decorated with works by local artists, including this piece by NSCAD graduate Norma Jean MacLean.

A room with a view! Frances and Bruce Purdy's "Purdy Cottage" in Amherst Shore, Nova Scotia featured in the summer 2008 issue of East Coast Living

Frances and Bruce Purdy's "Purdy Cottage" in Amherst Shore, Nova Scotia featured in the summer 2008 issue of East Coast Living

A common theme throughout this victorian house is the chandeliers, including this one in the living room. Featured in the Summer 2013 issue of East Coast Living. Photo: Rachel Peters

A common theme throughout this victorian house is the chandeliers, including this one in the living room. Featured in the Summer 2013 issue of East Coast Living.

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