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What will work with beige an brown.
laurathorpe
February 6, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I need to add a colour to stop my room looking do boring
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decoenthusiaste
Is that a creamy yellow in the flowers? Might look at Benjamin Moore's color of the year Lemon Sorbet.
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janishill
The green from the flower stems would be great!
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Interiors International, Inc.
Are you getting rid of that wall paper? If so blues/greens and reds look great.
0 Likes   February 6, 2013 at 3:32PM
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laurathorpe
Do u reckon this colour curtains would fit the part
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maggiemae0552
Not sure if it is SW or Ben Moore but try a silver gray or a darker gray. i hear Kendall gray is very popular. Something to pick up the wallpapers background color, which on my monitor is gray. I love yellow and gray too!
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decoenthusiaste
Can't tell your style, but they look nice for beige and brown.
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