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10 Comments

  1. I love Sherwin-Williams paint. This is the only paint we use. I love the paint colors, and the paint wears. Awesome product. I would change my wall color every year if my husband would let me ! I love picking new colors.

    Tracie dick
  2. WOW! I love this blog. Such a great source for project inspiration and advice. I can’t wait to upload some of my own projects.

    Wes Gleiter
  3. Please show me soft aqua or turquoise for a windowless bathroom.

    Susan DeLaCroix
    • Hi Susan, There are some really lovely options that would work. Take a look at:
      Dewy SW 6469
      Tidewater SW 6477
      Waterscape SW 6470

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  4. Please show me your recommendation for dining room walls (wood trim and crown molding is glossy white )There is a built in corner cabinet, hutch and mantel in navy blue. The kitchen is next to this room with an accent kitchen island painted in copen blue.
    I would love to keep with blue somewhere in the dining room on walls and need to keep the navy blue wood corner cabinet, hutch and mantel. Thank you so much

    Elizabeth Schuller
  5. I am needing guidance on either painting OR staining (2) 6ft with 5 shelves bookcases that will go on each side of entertainment center that is in the farmhouse style which is painted the farmhouse white which has the distressed look. The walls in the room are a light gray with white trim. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.

    • Hello there, your best bet would be to paint and then distress the shelves to achieve a look similar to your entertainment center. Having the bookcases and center piece all the same color and finish will make those three items look like a large built in piece of furniture. Another benefit of duplicating color and finish is that you will now have a built in focal point bringing light into the room.

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