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neeed a colour to make these tiles
Jenny Clarke
January 7, 2013 in Before & After
i have mustard tiles and gry worktops,,i need a colour to compliment them
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kitasei
The glass of white wine goes perfectly!
1 Like   January 7, 2013 at 6:09AM
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feeny
Mustard and gray are a fabulous combination. I'd put a lighter gray on the walls. Or you could do a sagey gray-green on the walls, but that would depend on the shade of gray in your counters. If it is a blue-gray then I'd stay away from sage walls.
2 Likes   January 7, 2013 at 6:10AM
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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Like a lighter gray as well! Nice to see a photo showing a "lived-in" kitchen!
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olldcan
Jenny, you posted in "Before and After" you'll get more responses if you post in " Design Dilemma" but I do love the colour of charcoal grey skirt that lady is wearing with the mustard. LOL, what is it with teenage boyz, sitting on the counter tops anyway :)
Cheers to that glass of wine!!!
1 Like   January 7, 2013 at 1:06PM
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Jenny Clarke
it was xmas day,,i just moved in a few months ago,,the counters are a bluey grey
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feeny
If the counters are a blue gray then don't use a sage on the walls. But a lighter "real" gray or just slightly blue-gray would, I think, look lovely.
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kitasei
Just ran across this discussion of mustard and am ready to go for it myself:
1 Like   January 8, 2013 at 5:45AM
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