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Color wheel
Florence Brown
May 26, 2012 in Design Dilemma
I am thinking of using Benjamin Moore Inukshuk CC-460 as my main color in the livingroom/diningroom and kitchen. I am going to purchase a new sofa and chair. I do have a pale green accent chair. My dining room furniture is dark as well as my cabinets. My island has grey/black/white in it and my counter top is dark brown/grey and blue in it.
I am not sure on how I use my color wheel to find complementary colors. I will attach a copy of my drawings and dining room table.
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TanCalGal
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