Bridget Beari Designs
Southern Living Showhouse, Massey Street of Hope
Walls - Baron Boy M35
Ceiling: MeiMei No. 51
Trim: Snowball No. 2
Doors: Caesar M49
Deep colors are perfect for creating a moody and dramatic statement. Don’t be afraid of dark colors, despite the dated rule that they make a room feel smaller! Using deep colors can create an exquisitely cozy and comforting space. Whether the jet black of Caesar, deep blue of Inka Dinka or earthy brown of Scout, deep colors create a dramatic and grounding backdrop for other hue's to play off of.
Winston is a warm deep gray that fills a room with masculinity and power.
Sambuca is the rich red brown of burnt sienna, the earthen pigment first used during the Renaissance in Sienna, Italy and burnt to create this timeless classic.
The deep muted red of Syrah wine, Scout is an earthy and full-bodied blend of brown and purple.
Jackson is the color of aged Cabernet Sauvignon, a dark ruby red with luscious purple undertones.
Suki is aubergine, the elegant brownish purple of European eggplants that seems to flatter everyone.
Like rich tobacco leaves drying in a barn, Norbu envelopes you in richness.
Whiskey is a sumptuous mossy chocolate that wraps you in the same warm and contented glow that its namesake can!
Baron Boy is Bridget Beari Designs go-to gray brown, a deep and dusty charcoal with a kiss of mocha that surrounds you in the feeling of plush mohair velvet.
A dark muted gray with plummy undertones, Azurey is mysterious, opulent and stunningly chic.
A deep, sultry brown with green undertones, Hans echoes the vitalizing properties of nature and creates a serene and sumptuous ambiance.
Our version of army green but I've added a more olive base to the hue so the result is warmer and richer.
Like the lush hues of a forest carpet, Caviar’s deep woodsy browns and greens will animate your walls with the uplifting power of nature.
Shaffer is the mesmerizing color of spring’s rushing muddy waters — a blackish brown with faint mossy undertones.
Deep and decadent like dark chocolate, Colonel is a tasteful classic … seductive and tranquil in bedrooms.
Frangelica takes espresso brown to exciting new depths with a splash of sensual red.
Louy Louwe hearkens the luminous dusty plums of Rembrandt paintings.
Inspired by the magnificent muted gray-purple lavender fields of Provence, Mr. B is a refined deep neutral that has the same soothing effects in any room.
Earl Grey is the color of a brown bear and feels deeply warm, sensuous and soothing at the same time.
Tiramisu reflects the brown blacks of dark walnut wood -- a masculine color that works beautifully with feminine blushes.
Our deepest teal, Moonshine makes any room feel bound for greatness.
Mazarine is a nearly black purple that conveys a commanding sense of security and nobility.
A super seductive, super black navy, Oscar is midnight sky…dramatic, mysterious and full of possibility.
A true blue-black, Trifecta is neither too warm nor too cold and is equally spectacular in both modern and traditional interiors.
Bridget Beari Colors blackest and chicest black, warm undertones give Chica great dimension. Stunning for highlighting handrails and minimizing window frames.
When black is too strong and navy too bright, Papy Van Winkle is the perfect balance.
Intense and intoxicating, Chewy is a timeless hunter green with a touch of teal that makes a strong and resplendent statement.
A dark and intense jewel tone teal, Iggy Pop is dazzling in a formal dining room and cozy in a casual family room.
Rich like caramel but not too dark, Bailey Brown can turn a dull room into an extraordinary room.
The color of a majestic chestnut horse, Tooney Fish is lustrous brown with burnt orange undertones.
Sophisticated and sexy, Inka Dinka is an inky navy with deep purple undertones.
Like fine Burgundy wine, Aspen is a deep purply red with chocolate undertones -- rich and regal in larger spaces.
Like melting chocolate in warm milk, Truffle is a delectable and comforting taupey gray brown; not too dark, not too light.