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Soffitt color?
Cheryl Roach
January 5, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Painter tells me soffit should be white. I think it should be the same color as wall
to not stand out. Any thoughts? Thx!! Ps molding white. Walls Benjamin moore fristed toffee. Cabs dark wood backsplash white with hand painted fruit /veggies. Mahogany floor. Surf green granite counters. Thank you thank you!!
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feeny
I'd go with the same color as the wall. Makes them disappear more. Is your painter saying that painting them white like the ceiling will make them look like part of the ceiling? I'm doubtful, but let's see what others say.
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MAlps
I say to ho white! Will make a mor impressive look and the ceiling will look like a high raised ceiling. Go for it!!
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Cheryl Roach
Thanks! MAlps did you mean to type Yes to white soffit? Lol i think there was a typo. Thank you!
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designbaron
I have the EXACT same type of soffits. I painted the walls once color (Renovation Hardware Latte) and the soffits are the color of my trim (Sherwin Williams Summer White). It looks fantastic. Painting them the same as the walls can sometimes make the room look top-heavy. In this case, trust your painter. Good luck!
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MAlps
@cheryl yes i did mean to go white!! Lol! I think ull be very happy especially w spotlights
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Cheryl Roach
It is a small kitchen Does that make a difference?
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MAlps
Think it will only make it look bigger!! It will look like a high ceiling
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Cheryl Roach
White it is! Thanks!
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decoenthusiaste
Paint is an easy fix if you don't like it. Just be sure you have the formula for the paint on the walls so you can match it if you aren't happy with the white.
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Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
Paint the soffit the same as the walls--it's a vertical surface so consider it an extension of the wall. If you go white you bring the ceiling down because of the contrast between the white and the wall color.
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Cheryl Roach
I think i m going white and if I hate it i can always paint over it. Thanks for all of your advice! Very stressed without floor or kitchen
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cyn222
White or a soft color to accent the area.
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