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Kitchen color help!

Posted by wittbetsy (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 3, 12 at 20:42

Long time lurker finally seeking help!
Struggling to select a color to paint kitchen! Its a semi-open plan, kitchen opens to family room and connects to hall and living / dining space, so its going to be difficult to use multiple colors. First question is kitchen/Family room space. I've posted a link to the space below.
http://32manor.com/?paged=3

Cabinets are BM Linen White
Granite is honed Seafoam Green
Backsplash (not installed yet) is matte 2x6 subway tiles in a color close to BM Linen.

We are considering BM Coastal Fog 976, Tapestry Beige 975, also revere pewter 172. Since this connects directly to family room, i'm thinking using various shades of slate blue like (BM Vancortland Blue).

My concern is that coastal fog, next to the granite looks very very green and i'm not sure i want a green house!!!

Any thoughts on that scheme and or suggestions?

Thanks!


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RE: Kitchen color help!

We used Coastal Fog in our kitchen, which we redid a few years ago. I really love this color, very easy to live with. It does have a greenish cast to it, but in a very neutral way, if that makes sense. I don't seem to have one great picture of the walls, but this should give you an idea. Our cabinets are Linen White. Granite is Costa Esmeralda.

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RE: Kitchen color help!

Maybe seeing Positano's kitchen with white cabs and green Costa Esmerelda granite will help?

Here is a link that might be useful: Positano's kitchen


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