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White Macaubus for counter need help with the white for cabs...

Posted by geomeg (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 12, 13 at 16:13

I've chosen white macaubus for the counter and not sure which white to pick..
Can someone suggest a white or off white ?
Would Benjamin moore mayonnaise be too creamy?
I dont want a stark white.

Help, I need to pick this by tommorow! The contractor has started demolition and they're waiting for me to pick the cab colors...


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RE: White Macaubus for counter need help with the white for cabs.

Here are some possible Benjamin Moore white cabinet paint colors widely used:

Simply white, Cloud white, Decorator's white, White Dove, Ivory White

You'll need to check BM online for undertones.

I love White Macaubus!


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RE: White Macaubus for counter need help with the white for cabs.

I did white macaubas for my counters also. The white I am using for our walls is more of a creamy white called BM soft chamois (I did it at 75%). I haven't picked my cabinet white yet, but I am thinking of using BM cotton balls, which is sort of a pure soft white, not very creamy.


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RE: White Macaubus for counter need help with the white for cabs.

The sample of white macaubas I have leans toward grey. I'm thinking I should stay away from anything too creamy...


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RE: White Macaubus for counter need help with the white for cabs.

I have white macabus with BM white dove on cabinets.


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RE: White Macaubus for counter need help with the white for cabs.

Michelle 16- beautiful cabinets! Can you tell me where your cup pulls are from?


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RE: White Macaubus for counter need help with the white for cabs.

I think it depends on the individual slab. I've been looking at that stone too and some are more gray, some more creamy and some have a lot of light rusty traces running thru it.


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RE: White Macaubus for counter need help with the white for cabs.

geomeg-cup pulls are polished nickel-restoration harware-gillmore style.


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