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make it yours: enormous champion’s brooklyn home

by Lauren

[Today we’re putting some of our site-wide audit notes into effect and changing “Simply Color” to “Make it Yours”. This column was originally about finding paint colors to help recreate rooms from past home tours, but we quickly expanded the scope to cover not just paint, but products and home decor to fully get the look from top to bottom. So today we’re launching the new name and an expanded version of the column. Now Lauren will help us recreate the look of two rooms, rather than one. The second room and roundup are after the jump. xo, grace]

This gorgeous Brooklyn home belongs to  (photographer and letterpress printer) and Jason Wong (graphic designer) of . I’m in love with their wall color choices, particularly in the dining area and kitchen.

Palette 1 (Dining Room)
A. Empire Yellow (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 115; B. Iron Mountain (Benjamin Moore), PMS 417; C. Pale Cornelian (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 7416; D. Sea Life (Behr), PMS 7472; E. Oakbuff (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 722

Roundup 1 (Dining Room)
1. , $30; 2. , $28; 3. , $76; 4. , $675+; 5. , prices vary

CLICK HERE for the second half of the roundup after the jump

Jordan and Jason’s mid-century modern furniture tastefully complements the color palettes found in their home. Each room is practical, inviting and filled with endless inspiration! Click here to view the original sneak peek. — 

Palette 2 (Kitchen)
A. Red Tomato (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 7417; B. Leek (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 565; C. Chatroom (Sherwin-Williams), PMS Warm Gray 2; D. Pitch Black (Farrow & Ball), PMS Black 6; E. Sweet Caroline (Benjamin Moore), PMS 7492

Roundup 2 (Kitchen)
1. , $8; 2. , $34; 3. , $12; 4. , $37; 5. , $10; 6. , $400

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