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Help Me Make Out the Undertone (Pic Included)

Posted by gdwright07 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 16, 13 at 13:56

Wife and I are stumped on an off-white subway tile that coordinates with our existing cabinets, Merillat Classic Chiffon. We've gone through a ton of subway tile samples and what we consistently notice is that many of these read pink against our cabinets (I think our cabs have a yellow undertone, but sometimes I see a hint of green...weird). Anyways to help us hone in on what we should be looking at, I'd appreciate your feedback on what undertones you see in the attached pic. Thanks.


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RE: Help Me Make Out the Undertone (Pic Included)

here's another pic that I just took to help in your assessment.


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RE: Help Me Make Out the Undertone (Pic Included)

Every monitor is different and on mine I don't see pink or yellow, looks more blue or gray in tone. Would be easier if we were also looking at the cab and tile samples next to each other. Someone posted that Ann Sacks makes subway in a lot of shades of white and cream. Have you looked at those?


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RE: Help Me Make Out the Undertone (Pic Included)

Put a sheet of priinter paper on it and retake the photo. The tones should jump out at you then.


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