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Choosing Kitchen paint color

Posted by meigsy (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 25, 14 at 22:18

We have been doing some indoor remodeling including the kitchen. We painted the cabinets SW Black Bean and my island is Antique White. The granite is new Venetian gold. My family room and dining room both have SW Baquette on the walls and I was looking for something for the kitchen that would compliment. I was thinking a long the lines of something green but am open to other thoughts. There isn't a great deal of direct light in the kitchen so I don't want anything too dark. If I play it safe I can look at something in the same tan/taupe line but was just thinking of adding a little color. Thoughts? Thanks!


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Sounds lovely.

Any pics, though? They'd be helpful. Makes a big difference how much wall area there is to be painted, lighting, etc.


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One angle of my kitchen


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Looking into familyroom. Baquette and Red Bay on the walls in FR


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This is the area that gets the most light.


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Is the Red Bay staying?

I was actually going to suggest a cranberry for the kitchen until I saw the pics.

The Baguette is really nice! What if you did the kitchen in the Baguette and just the wall around the kitchen bay windows in the Red Bay?


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Maybe Glidden Water Chesnut if you want a neutral. I love it in my kitchen. I can post a pic if you want.


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I would love to see a picture. Thanks


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Glidden Water Chesnut


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Glidden Water Chesnut again. Sorry, blurry.


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Sherwin Williams Rainwashed. No window in powder room.


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