Maria Killam’s VIP Colour Collection

Maria Killam’s VIP Colour Collection

Neutrals are great and they definitely have a place in interior design and decor, but bold colours are so much more exciting, aren’t they?

I’m doing another unboxing video, it’s becoming one of my favourite things to do!  This time I’m opening up a brand spanking new set of Maria Killam’s painted boards of her VIP Collection.

This is another fabulous set of 50 large colour boards, but this collection is a selection of Maria’s favourite neutrals, colours and darks from Benjamin Moore.

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See below for links to each specific set.

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VIP Collection

In this collection there are colours such as Hale Navy (a personal fav of mine!), Classic Gray and Flint.  Below are interior decorating projects where I’ve used all of these colours.

HALE NAVY

I did a colour review of Hale Navy that you can check out here.

Dining room with niche in Benjamin Moore’s Hale Navy. See more of my Toronto clients home here. 

The dining room above was painted White Dove with the niche wall and ceiling painted Hale Navy.

HALE NAVY & CLASSIC GRAY

See more of our Burlington clients living room painted in Hale Navy here.
Classic Gray paint colour makes a beautiful backdrop in our clients living room.  See the full design here. 

The above photos were taken by Stephani Buchman Photography.

FLINT

These two rooms are both in my own home. The first is our living room and the second is my son’s bedroom.

Paint colour is Flint by Benjamin Moore. See more of my house here.
Flint wall colour in my casual yet eclectic living room.
Adley’s bedroom with Union Jack and Flint wall colour.
Boys bedroom with dark walls, trim and ceiling.  See Adley’s full bedroom here. 

To gain even more colour confidence, Maria also teaches her systems on understanding undertones all across North America. I attended her Colour workshop in 2012 for the first time and then again in 2018.

Not only is investing in this hands on workshop fabulous for gaining confidence in specifying colours, but the course is also a wonderful opportunity for networking and meeting other colour enthusiasts from all around the world.

I recently interviewed Maria about her colour course. If you are thinking about attending her class, watch the video here to learn more about what’s involved.

Follow Maria’s outstanding and always helpful colour blog here.

Do you already have these colour boards?  Comment below or ask me anything by sending me a DM on my Instagram account here.

Claire Jefford xox

// DISCLOSURE: Thank you for trusting me with my truthful and reliable opinion on any future purchase you may make. I always disclose affiliate or sponsored information when it is the case. If you purchase Maria’s boards, I will earn a small commission from the sale. This doesn’t affect you in any way, the price remains the same regardless.  Thank you for supporting me and entrusting me to be your go-to for all things Colour and Interior Design!

(13) Comments
  • Sarah
    | 10 February 2019

    Yes!!! Can’t wait to see more navy. You can’t see it, but I’m doing a happy dance right now.

    • Claire Jefford
      | 10 February 2019

      HAHA, I don’t think there could ever be enough Hale Navy in the world. 🙂

  • KELLY FRIDLINE
    | 10 February 2019

    This is super helpful! I don’t have a swatch book open right now, does the Classic Gray have yellow undertones?

    • Claire Jefford
      | 10 February 2019

      Hey Kelly! Classic Gray has a green undertone. Cheers for watching!

  • Jill Laine
    | 10 February 2019

    Loved everything about this and learning about Maria and her work. She is now definitely on my list of “musts” in 2019. And that Flint hue is gorgeous.

    Thanks for the great info, Claire!

    • Claire Jefford
      | 10 February 2019

      You won’t regret attending her course, it’s transformational! Cheers for your comment.

  • Darla Powell
    | 10 February 2019

    Love my boards!

  • Janet Lorusso
    | 11 February 2019

    Love this! Brilliant, as always, Claire! And now I’m heading off to check out November Rain in the fandeck LOL

    • Claire Jefford
      | 15 February 2019

      haha, fabulous! Cheers!

  • Darla Powell
    | 17 February 2019

    Hale Navy is my fave!

    • Claire Jefford
      | 25 February 2019

      Mine too!! Great minds!

  • Dawn
    | 11 April 2020

    Can I use Hale Navy as a feature wall with the rest of the room done in gray owl? Or would you suggest a different blue or gray?

    • Claire Jefford
      | 12 April 2020

      Overall, as Gray Owl has a blue undertone, Hale Navy would work with that paint colour for a feature wall. Be sure to tie in other tones of dark blue so there is flow within the space. Happy decorating!

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