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Paint Colors

Posted by edogcooter (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 17, 11 at 13:41

Hi there,
we are going through a remodel of our house and are planning on painting the living room, dining room, and family rooms with the SW Latte color. We have some nooks that we are going to paint with the SW Hopsack. Our Kitchen lies in between the family room and dining room and we'd like to paint it a different color to break up the Latte color. We have uba tuba granite counter tops with light colored maple cabinets. We're also getting a dark colored hard wood installed so we'd like to keep the paint on the lighter side- maybe a light blue or yellow? Can anyone off any suggestions? Thanks!

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RE: Paint Colors

Are your rooms light - both daylight and artifical? Ours have large windows but high ceilings so nighttime creates a different look. Latte is darker and we used the color for our accent in the Entry and LR. The remaining walls, including the entirity of the DR are Kilim Beige. In this photo, Kilim shows to the right so you can see the difference.

Our kitchen is separate but adjacent to the DR. We used C2 Fusion for the back wall, then C2 Shaker for the remainder of the Kitchen, the FR and main hallway. You can see Fusion abutting Kilim Beige in the doorway.
Updated Kitchen - Overall View

You can look at the room photos too from the link below. Hope this helps.

Here is a link that might be useful: Room Photos

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