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Help with paint color..

luvluv2829December 1, 2012
Hi. We recently bought a north facing condominium here in toronto and we are planning on having the whole place re-painted. Any suggestion on paints? Is there a sample/ pictures here that i can view?

My 2nd room also doesnt have any windows, i want to brighten it up for my 1 yrd old daughter.

Any suggestion is welcome.


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For your daughter's room with no windows, try BM OC-112, goldtone in a satin finish, not matte, white woodwork and a very light blue on the ceiling. That combo should make the room feel brighter and outdoorsy.

In the rest of the condo use BM slip AF-605 with its touch of pearl gray, again in a satin finish and white woodwork. If you haven't purchased furniture, consider white slipcovered pieces and some fun green accents.
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