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Which Color Do You Prefer for My New Bathroom w/ScabosCeramicTile

Posted by sailormass (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 7, 12 at 23:32

Hi--My tiling is not quite done yet, but I'd love some opinions re: color to complement it in the rest of the bathroom.

The tile is a faux travertine ceramic tile. The first color is BMoore's Pearl Harbor, which I liked very much before the tiling, though the tiling now makes parts of the bathroom seem a little yellowish (this might be due to the bulbs in the vanity).

The second color, which I'll post a pic of below, is BMoore's Guesthouse. Again, looks good except for by the vanity, where it looks like it has a bit of a yellow hue (I sense light bulb issues).

All other things being equal, I think I'd prefer the lighter Pearl Harbor but have gotten some good reactions from neighbors and friends to the Guesthouse.

Any suggestions? Many thanks!


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RE: Which Color Do You Prefer for My New Bathroom w/ScabosCeramic

Another Pic with Pearl Harbor paint.


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RE: Which Color Do You Prefer for My New Bathroom w/ScabosCeramic

Here's a pic with the B Moore Guesthouse paint


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RE: Which Color Do You Prefer for My New Bathroom w/ScabosCeramic

I think that's because both colors look great. I'd go with the lighter color myself. That's a really pretty shower.
Renee


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RE: Which Color Do You Prefer for My New Bathroom w/ScabosCeramic

I prefer the lighter color as well. Nice job!


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