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Anyone use a mid-tone Farrow & Ball on kitchen walls?

13 years ago

I have creamy white upper cabinets, cherry bottom cabinets and soapstone counters. I posted this photo already under another topic, but might as well post it again here because I'm asking a different question...

I'm trying to come up with a nice mid-tone color for the walls and have become intrigued with Farrow and Ball, partly because the palette is beautiful - and limited! I wonder if anyone has used a warm medium-toned neutral (or any other mid-tone color) on their kitchen walls - and if so, how it turned out. The floors are maple, and the trim is going to be the same tone as the lower cabinets.

There's an adjacent room that is open to the kitchen - a casual tv room, facing south - that needs paint for the walls too. There is an office near the tv room that has a medium tan-olive-warm color (BM, can't remember the shade) on the walls. So I'd like to stay in the brownish, neutral, warm family. This is hard!

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