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Paint color help needed (painting in progress)

Posted by colorfast (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 5, 12 at 13:04

Hi, I am having a small paint color crisis in my bathroom. I have posted in detail on the Paint forum "Your advice: Paint Color Mistake (painting in progress)", and rather than trying to repost all the pictures, if you could stop by the Paint Forum and add your thoughts, I'd appreciate it!

Here is a link that might be useful: My Paint Crisis post

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RE: Paint color help needed (painting in progress)

First I love your granite, it's beautiful! The paint color on Behr's website looks darker than your post and it will dry darker too. I would paint one section next to the granite, let it dry and then decide. Either way, your cabinet & granite color combos are beautiful.

RE: Paint color help needed (painting in progress)

Thank you, Bonita! I wanted a different look than the kitchen and also was thinking of the "spa" trend in bathrooms.

The granite photos I showed you are of the same granite in the kitchen.... I had part of a slab left which is what led me into a bathroom remodel. It was hard to let something so pretty go.

We are putting the cabinet back in the room and having a look at it. I do have a 6x6 square sample of the granite I made them cut for me when I had the kitchen remodeled. I can bring that in too.

Two of the three kids like the paint color. The third thinks it's a little too dark but doesn't think it merits repainting. We'll see.

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