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Paint Colors - BM, DK, FB and DE

Posted by winesnob (My Page) on
Sun, May 13, 12 at 20:58

I have paint all over the wall and thought I had narrowed it down to two...I am looking for a gray that will go well with marble and wood - so I have some cool and warm going on.....colors Cornforth White from B&B and Crisp Muslin from DE....I had one pot of DK and it was the most creamy paint I have ever encountered, but at 110 per gallon it should be....Do you have a favorite gray, not too dark...Thanks

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RE: Paint Colors - BM, DK, FB and DE

If you don't get responses here, there is lots of talk about gray paint colors on the Home Decorating forum.

RE: Paint Colors - BM, DK, FB and DE

Kaufman paints are mixed in Pratt & Lambert's Accolade. Paint is available thru many retailers. DK colors, however, are not.

As far as a gray, I'm liking the seemingly complete neutralness of SW's Screen Gray.

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