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paint chip queen needs professional help

fatquarters
14 years ago

My DH says I have a problem!!! I have been agonizing over this decision too long. I have honey oak floors, dark brown leather couch and sage green lazyboy all of which have to stay. the curtains are sage green and would like to keep for now, everything else can change. I like cool colors, DH likes warm and we never agree on color. I really just want something that looks nice and like it belongs. The kitchen that it is open to is in the blue shades(floor) and am thinking of giving it a fresh coat of paint too(maybe wedgewood gray).



Now I have painted this room many times and have never got it right. Once it looked pink, Now it looks dirty green (lancaster whitewash). It has good light through the day but is L shaped so has a shadowy corner. I don't want anything too dark and want a neutral

I am considering edgecomb gray(is it too light)

manchester tan

natural lines (almost the same)

grant beige(like this but worry about it looking green)

Any other ideas??? Comments on my picks?? I have access to BM paint, but the outlet doesn,t carry sample jars so it's expensive to try too many.

Also would you paint a different color on the tray ceiling??

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