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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 and experiment with their paint viewer 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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