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Devine Paint in Hazelnut?

Posted by buffettgirl (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 15, 12 at 9:31

Anyone ever use it? Pictures if you have. :)

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RE: Devine Paint in Hazelnut?

I have not used it, but we plan to make this the main color on the interior of our home. I ordered a sample quart from their website and it arrived in 5 days. Just awaiting drywall to be hung before we test the color.

We saw several pics on the houzz website and the color had us convinced. It is pricey though, we will probably have our painter match the color from his paint supply store.

RE: Devine Paint in Hazelnut?

Thank you! I've seen a few pics on Houzz but when I go to explore the pictures further I find that they might not be hazelnut. (specifically one house in Tacoma - when I view the kitchen designers facebook the paints she lists are a bit different)

Would love it if you could show me your inspirations adn then let me know if you like it.

RE: Devine Paint in Hazelnut?

Here is the pic we choose the color from. It may be next week before we actually have any color on our walls.

RE: Devine Paint in Hazelnut?

oh that's the same designer and same house that I'm looking at as well, only I'm going after the kitchen paint.

Here's the thing - she said at one point the whole house was devine in the following colors: Hazelnut,muslin, and pecan. But then over on facebook she said the kitchen was RL Burlap. Burlap in RL seems to be so far out of the mix here that I'm not sure what to think. I'm going to assume she knows but no view of that kitchen looks like it could be Burlap by RL. SW Burlap, maybe.

Here's my inspiration

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