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Stonington Gray? What's next?

Posted by canadianmiss (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 12, 12 at 1:48

I suppose I've chosen Stonington Gray for my kitchen, breakfast area and sunroom. (I say this because the painter is calling me in 5 hours for my decision).

There is a mudroom, laundry room and powder room next to this soon-to-be Stonington space. Not loving the BM recommendations for complimentary colours. Anyone have a couple of good colours that would look nice next to my chosen one?

Thank you!!


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RE: Stonington Gray? What's next?

Scroll to the bottom'ish of this link.

Benjamin Moore hands you the colors that best compliment Stonington Gray.

http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/stoningtongray


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RE: Stonington Gray? What's next?

Stonington gray is so neutral, almost any other colors will go with it. It does have a greenish undertone so keep that in mind.

If you can brighten it up with the popular gray/yellow combo with weston flax

Give it a little more warmth with a hint of pink in sheraton beige

Or go with a blue shade like colorado gray


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RE: Stonington Gray? What's next?

In the powder room, if you want some drama, I'd go with cranberry cocktail. Gray and craberry are one of my favorite color combos.


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RE: Stonington Gray? What's next?

...or pull some accent color(s) from the surrounding spaces. Is there an accent color from your kitchen that you could pull into the mudroom, for example? I wouldn't just pull random colors out of the paint deck. I do love a pale pinky-peachy color for a powder room, though.

It is very hard to make recommendations without knowing what your flooring, lighting, or furnishings are like.


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RE: Stonington Gray? What's next?

Make sure you like the green undertone -- it really comes out when next to those other colors Annie posted -- anything with yellow. What are the colors you like? I'd make sure you pick a shade that goes with those. Have you see the Stonington Gray in your house? Do you need to see a sample? You don't sound sold.


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