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Funcolors- Can you identify this wall color?

Posted by sis2two (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 25, 13 at 23:06

Yes believe it or not I am still trying to pick a wall color and have come across this picture. Would you give an opinion as to what it could be? My dh really wants a yellow kitchen, not mustard or gold but a fresh cheery yellow. I guess I am having a difficult time because I tend to choose darker, muddier colors and I need direction. My cabinets are a creamy white with yellow undertones. Thanks


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RE: Funcolors- Can you identify this wall color?

OMG - you're still at it? (just kidding but had to give you a hard time ;-D)

Seriously, I'm so sorry you're still searching. Happens to all of us so you have company.

Have you tried Jersey Cream from SW. Love that yellow - it's cheery without being overwhelming.


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RE: Funcolors- Can you identify this wall color?

Yes, I have been at this off and on for sometime now. As you may recall, I had settled on Champagne Gold but my dh wanted a more cheery yellow since we're having our cabinets repainted in a creamy white. He really doesn't get involved when it comes to decorating but I felt that I would try to find a compromise if at all possible. Thanks so much for the suggestion that you gave. I will check it out.


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RE: Funcolors- Can you identify this wall color?

Keep us posted. I think we all want to know what yellow will finally speak to DH's heart! I admire him for caring about his environment. That's a good thing.


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RE: Funcolors- Can you identify this wall color?

Funcolors- When picking a yellow, is there a particular direction I should go since I have furniture in my breakfast area that is black country style with reclaimed wood on top in a deep stain? Thanks.


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