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tuscan colors

Posted by samismom (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 16, 08 at 21:27

My kitchen is a pale creamy yellow (just painted) but I want it to be more of a light golden (warmer) color. Is there anything I can do to get the look without repainting or should I just bite the bullet and paint (again). What exact color would you recommend to get the light golden color>


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RE: tuscan colors

I have tuscan decor and went for a dark golden warm color...citrine in the AF370 Benjamin Moore Aura paint - I didn't want anything pastel or light. Also, maybe you could use your pale creamy yellow as a base for a faux finish...go to benjaminmoore.com and experiment with their paint viewer tool...select the base coat closest to what you have and play with the faux top colors until you achieve the desired effect.


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