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Ben Moor Color in FPE Paint?

Posted by dancingqueen (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 2, 11 at 22:27

I've used FPE twice now and LOVE the paint. I want to paint my guest room in BM Desert Tan as I have that color in some other areas of my house but would like to have FPE duplicate the Desert Tan color. The only store who carries FPE in the state is an hour away and they said they could call FPE on Tuesday to get the correct formula. Is is crazy to have them make the BM in the FPE? I did look at two color decks of FPE and these two at least do not have a Desert Tan color

I did have FPE do a Farrow and Ball color for me about six months ago that I put in a bathroom and it is FANTASTIC.

Appreciate your thoughts.


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RE: Ben Moor Color in FPE Paint?

You're lucky to have an FPE store THAT close!

Crazy to do that color in FPE?!??!
NO-
It'd be crazy NOT to....;-)

Faron


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RE: Ben Moor Color in FPE Paint?

Thank you Faron.


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