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Selecting paint

Posted by cbusmomof3 (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 12, 11 at 18:10

Anyone have a great neutral that can go with antique brown granite, off white cabinets and trim but leans more grey than tan? I have a beige in my current house that I like but really want to go a different direction in the new house. My worst fear is that I am just going to replicate my current house!


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RE: Selecting paint

You might take a look at Kelly Moore "Citified" - it's a medium/light grey taupe that we used in our kitchen/dining room. We painted it eleven years ago and we still love it. (My neighbor also loved it - she ended up painting her living room in the same color!)

RE: Selecting paint

We have a very nice neutral gray that we agonized over and love. It is called SW Tinsmith:

We also used a color called Behr Sandstone cove that is a pretty neutral that a designer recommended to us as one of her favorite neutrals:

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