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Color for walls
jakesparents1
January 25, 2013 in Design Dilemma
We will be white washing the fireplace and the bar. The built in unit will be removed. We are going for a coastal theme. What colors would you suggest for the walls? Of course need new lighting. Just settled on new home.
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Walter Frazier
Why not paint the walls sailcloth? I like the ceiling fans and their color works maybe but the track lighting is not coastal. Wish I could see the windows without the cornice boards.
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jakesparents1
lol.. yes. I took off cornice boards and lace curtains Can show new photo later in day.
0 Likes   January 25, 2013 at 3:54AM
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charleee
For coastal you can think white, tan and light blue -surf, sand and sky. That is one huge room!
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michigammemom
I second olldbobbi's suggestions. Keep the room light, bright and breezy.
1 Like   January 25, 2013 at 4:28AM
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charleee
Thanks, MM, great pelican picture! Benjamin Moore's Pebble Beach is a very pretty blue: [houzz=
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0 Likes   January 25, 2013 at 4:31AM
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elklaker
What a great room! Please keep the pictures coming. What a difference a light, airy color scheme will make.
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Nancy Hehmann
Since you have hardwoods, it is a good idea to choose an area rug and repeat one of the colors for accessories.
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jakesparents1
update
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