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Wrong paint?? Input Please...

Posted by onerae (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 15, 12 at 0:44

We have chosen umbria savera travertine for floors and shower walls and Diano Real marble countertops. A Sonoma Dry Creek blend backsplash. White sinks and tub. The vanity is painted S/W Navajo White and I was planning on Navajo White walls and woodwork...just a very neutral palate. Now I am afraid the paint color is wrong for the stone and I am not good with paint colors. I would appreciate any thoughts on this combination. Thanks very much.

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RE: Wrong paint?? Input Please...

Please post a picture. It sounds like you need some color. Can you pull out some color from your stone and paint it on your walls in a bolder way? Do you have small samples of your materials that you can take to a local paint store? They may be able to help you. Plus, the Benjamin Moore web site has a section where you can pick a bathroom and play around with different color options. Good luck!

RE: Wrong paint?? Input Please...

If you have an iphone or android, you can download a color capture app from Benjamin Moore, take a picture of your counter, or vanity and you can see matching or complimentary colors, it's pretty cool

Here is a link that might be useful: Color Capture App

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