Colors in our old house
Judithn asked, and a couple of others did, too...I could have sworn I answered the question, but have no idea in which thread! So I thought I'd post them.
The library wall color is actually a fawn color, though apparently it read a little green for some of you...it was Spiderweb by Martin Senour, and the ceiling, also MS, is Peach Tulle. Both are still listed on their color chart. The library and kitchen cabinetry, the paneling, the ceiling in the living room, and the trim in the whole house were Fuller O'Brien's Bleached Ivory, which I've been unable to find for years now.
The small dining room was many colors over the years - Spiderweb, and B. Moore's Winthrop Peach, and #30- from Donald Kaufman, which is a lovely yellow, and finally the color in the photo, which I think was B. Moore Audubon Russet, but I'm not at all sure. The ceiling was Peach Tulle there, too, though it looks a little violet in the photo.
The macrame look on the dining room chairs was courtesy of the little furball you see there.
There. Enough about that! I've posted these photos ad nauseum, so thank you for your indulgence.