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We are having to replace our cabinets
mems04
January 7, 2013 in Design Dilemma
We are having to replace our cabinets and are adding a distressed black island with fruitwood stain and mocha glaze cabinets . I am unsure if I need to paint the walls or leave the yellow walls
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feeny
Wait until you have made countertop and backsplash choices before deciding on wall paint.
0 Likes   January 7, 2013 at 9:27AM
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mems04
I currently have a backsplash but I am not sure I will keep it? I can't decided if I should use all white cabinets My husband likes Fruitwood stain with mocha glaze for the cabinets and a black distressed island
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Darzy
Which one is your current backsplash? Photo 1 or 2 above? But, it doesn't look like the current floor tile color is complementary with the wall color or the fruitwood stain. It could be the monitor color tho.
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A Kitchen That Works LLC
I concur with feeny. Select the more permanent materials first. Install lighting, then decide if you would like to reprint in another color.
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mems04
The current Backsplash is the dry stack stone . I think all white cabinets with a black island may be the best then if I have to reprint I can
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