Jason Jennings Bonnycastle apartment Louisville, Kentucky
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Jason Jennings Bonnycastle apartment Louisville, Kentucky

When Jason Jennings first set eyes on his Bonnycastle apartment two years ago, he fell in love with the numerous windows that allowed natural light to flow throughout the space.

One feature he wasn’t thrilled about was the walls — each painted white. Soon enough, the interior and floral designer decided to do something about his achromatic surroundings.

“I lived with all white for a year,” he recalled. “Then I was like, I’ve got to have color.”

Jennings headed to Home Depot and picked paint to match some of his favorite hues. Today, every room of his home is a different color, each space filled with complementary furnishings and decor.

Nice and neutral

The living room of Jason Jennings’ apartment on Sherwood Ave,
June 14, 2024

The living room walls are painted wheat straw, a golden-beige hue reminiscent of a toasted biscuit.

“I wanted this room to be kind of neutral because it’s the living room and I’m always in here,” Jennings said. “So I knew I wanted it to be a nice, neutral, calming color.”