Show me your taupe / deep tan / warm caramel walls!! I have already checked out the galleries, and am hoping to get more inspiration here. Pls share pics!
Deep Tan: SW's Hopsack
I think this is probably a more accurate color
We decorated our Entry and LR with an accent wall of SW Latte, the remainder of the space SW Kilim Beige. Changed to a lighter SW Divine White for the 2nd floor hallway - all colors from the same color card.
Room photos are linked below. Hope this helps.
Here is a link that might be useful: Room Photos
fbnroberts: Your home is beautiful and I sure enjoyed peaking at your rooms. Love the colors in your Master--I am looking for bedding in blue for our Master. Would you mind sharing with me the paint color of your walls in your Master? Thanks
We painted our bedroom in tan. I posted this pic recently to show off the new end tables we built. It doesn't show much of the walls, but the room is bright because we have four windows and we get a lot of natural light.
Thank you for the nice compliment.
Sorry, it has been several years since the MBR was painted. I no longer have the empty container to answer your question. I know we used SW paint because nearly everything in the home has been from them. I'm certain it was a color from their taupe selections - the photo displays reasonably accurate on my monitor.
Hope this helps.
I used BM Bennington Gray HC-82, which despite it's name is actually a taupey color. My hallway gets a ton of morning sunlight, so this photo is washing out the color. It compliments a variety of wood tones, and might be worth picking up a paint chip.
This is BM's Hillsboro Beige.
I don't have a photo but when I was considering carmel for the dining room I thought Tyler Taupe was nice. No pink, grey, or strong gold undertone. It's BM historic color and you can try it in the sample size. I think it's pretty and would have used it had I not chosen red.
Benjamin Moore sepia tan
No suggestions on a paint color, but wanted to compliment cliff and joann on their gorgeous MB. Looks like a pic in a magazine!! Awesome end tables DH made! ;o)
sis3: Hillsboro Beige looks really nice. Do you see any undertones in this color. Lovely pictures, you all.
I don't have a photo yet but my new favorite deep tan color is SW Camelback. We used it in our living and dining rooms and it's so warm and rich. I've been getting lots of compliments on the change from previous light tan color.