one elegant creamy white or several here? stain or paint mantel?
it's for window and door trim, the corner fireplace/hearth and the future built-in wardrobe in the master bdrm.
the trim on windows and doors is now a subdued cream, not quite bright or glossy enough for me.
the colour scheme is golds and cream with pinks and greens.
can i assume one 'perfect' glossy, elegant bright cream will work on all these pieces or should i go for a tonal effect? the wood pieces are dark and the floor is gold cork planks. cathedral ceiling has dark stained beams.
btw i used flexibrick which comes in artic white which i knew was too cold for me. i consider it primed,lol. it is paintable faux brick product.
the mantel will be deep brown/black and glossy, not sure if it will be stained or painted yet. welcome your opinions on that!
in case you're interested...
btw this is nice stuff--easypeasy to work with and not too pricey. and it weighs a pittance compared to real brick, which is comforting in my old farmhouse.