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SW Creme 7556

Posted by Eyegirlie (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 6, 11 at 17:15

My DH has chosen creme for our master bathroom; he's very big into a bright and light colored bathroom. I've searched and searched the internet for pictures of houses with this color but have come up blank. Anyone else used it on a wall??

Our other house colors are rain (dining, laundry, half bath), latte (master bedroom and tv room), bittersweet stem (about everything else) and westhighland white for the trim


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RE: SW Creme 7556

If you do a google search of the words creme 7556, there are references to how this color looks. One person wrote that it looked like lemon sorbet. It was used in the foyer and kitchen on the remodel show The Unsellables.

Yellows are tricky - in a bathroom the color will bounce around itself and intensify.

Here is a link that might be useful: The Unsellables

RE: SW Creme 7556

We are building a house and planning on using this color for most of our main living areas. We still have a while before paint goes in, but I will let you know how it looks!

Have you used sherwin williams color visualization tool? That helped me choose that color over other tan/beige options.

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