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Need paint color for tiny powder room no window

Posted by alex54 (My Page) on
Mon, May 2, 11 at 22:36

What do you think of Ben Moore Revere Pewter? counter is white linoleum ( I know, yuk. ) large mirror is dark chestnut wood. A little natural light comes in from a cutout from 12 ft high ceiling. Trim maybe Affinity Marscapone. if not Revere Pewter what are some of your favorite blue grays that do not look purple?
Counter will go eventually so neutral is good!


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RE: Need paint color for tiny powder room no window

Try BM Quiet Moments (use google images to see many rooms with it). It is a beautiful bath color.


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RE: Need paint color for tiny powder room no window

I tried BM Revere Pewter in our small, no-natural-light bathroom and it was pretty dark. If you want a lighter blue-grey, try BM Moonshine or BM Gray Wisp (which is the same as Restoration Hardware Silver Sage).


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RE: Need paint color for tiny powder room no window

I love Revere Pewter, but it all depends on how it looks in YOUR space. I also like Quiet Moments and Gentle Gray. My fav gray-gray right now is Valspar Gravity.


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RE: Need paint color for tiny powder room no window

Thanks, I'll try those suggestions. Maybe Wickham gray too.


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