Modern Georgian houses – The Georgian period was a period of white: white walls, cream walls, off white columns, doors and fireplace hearths. Georgian homeowners generally painted interior walls pale, cream, white or brown hues that these colors blend well with brick and stone and wooden furniture of the era. The finer homes with more ornate furniture, sconces and colorful artwork complemented the bright golden tone. Without color science necessary to create bright, bold colors, gilded early Americans borders and edges to add a lavish, royal touch to their homes.
Georgian homeowners their homes with muted colors. Because the rooms at the modern Georgian houses is airy and full of window light, pale colors opened up the interior even wider with bright hues. Dusky rose, sage or pea green, brown, light blue and gray-beige-coated walls. Compared with modern standards for light or attention-color, Georgian interior was dull and sullen. The science of chemistry was in the starting blocks, and the shades were still natural.
When homeowners could not afford real wood to create panels, bookshelves, cabinets and finishing, they used a faux wood treatment. Wood tone adds color and prestige of a modern Georgian houses as a natural, earthy feel. Interior designers also use a chocolate brown tone, add a natural shade of a room or entry hall.