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Philadelphia Cream, Dellwood Sand, and ?

Posted by morton5 (My Page) on
Wed, May 9, 12 at 22:21

I am painting a basement family room. It has windows and is south facing, but because it is in the basement, I don't think I want a color that reads too cool. Adjacent rooms are BM Philadelphia Cream, and Dellwood Sand. Flooring is a medium-toned (golden) oak laminate. Suggestions?


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BM Navajo White?


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RE: Philadelphia Cream, Dellwood Sand, and ?

The site linked below shows 4 colors that BM recommends with Philadelphia Cream. Three are dark - Cougar Brown, Mustang and Georgian Brick. The light one is Meadow Mist.
The view of Philadelphia Cream in that site is VERY different from what it is in person, at least on my monitor.

You can see Philadelphia Cream and a color similar to Georgian Brick in my LR. I used their Baked Terra Cotta.
It's the best pic I have of the two, when I was making new panels for the LR windows...

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Here is a link that might be useful: Ben Moore color samples


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RE: Philadelphia Cream, Dellwood Sand, and ?

Thank you!


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