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How to achieve a WOW look in former dining room

loll33January 20, 2013
Trying to turn this previous dining room into a bar/lounge...gutted flooring and am having dark wood flooring installed (butts up to marble entry). We decided to leave the beveled mirrored wall that runs from the top of the chair rail to the 14 ft. high ceiling, but I am undecided as how to paint the room and how to treat the chair rail squares. Thinking of a gray and cream palette but am stuck on what to paint in either shade!!! Any ideas are welcome. Thanks!
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Here's an inspiration photo:
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Here's a technique for choosing paint http://www.lindaholtinteriors.com/2011/07/testing-wall-color-101/
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