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Oh, choices, choices! What a huge job you have undertaken.. Well, I would keep it simple and clean (since you asked!) While you and I love color (duh), I think I would go for subtle here. White for sure. We just repainted part of our kitchen with BM Simply White and I love it. But maybe use a warm gray also? What are your cabinets etc? Counters? I like that soft gray/teal/turq in the recessed areas. So, what are you thinking now???
Libby Wilkie |
10/12/2016 at 12:23 PM
Thanks Libby. The cabinets will be a soft white and the countertops are a marble looking white quartz. I have picked out the faucets but I am struggling with the sinks. I think the walls will be white also and the floors are a bleached looking white oak. A number of top cabinets will have glass fronts and I envision them with sea glass colored vases, bowls etc. I think I need to tweak my vision board. That always helps me. 🤔
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Pamela Rosenberg |
10/12/2016 at 10:51 PM
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