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Should I paint am accent wall
dsheila
February 8, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Should I paint an accent wall. I was thinking a red color. What do you think.
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Interiors International, Inc.
Yes, and red is a great choice. That wall behind the sofa and do the full wall. It will tie the dining area into the living room without loosing the barrier that the book case is creating.
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Interiors International, Inc.
PS: make sure that the red you use looks good behind the art. Not that it has to match just not clash.
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dsheila
I am going to change the painting to something with red instead.
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dsheila
Thanks for the advice
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Gazy and associates
if i were you, i'll remove the book case and try to show the connection between the dinning and livingroom.. yes the red is a great idea but make sure classic wine are used and in that you'll feel the presence of a dinning
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Toni Sabatino
I think if you paint a deep red like the color in the carpet, black and white art would look best...
really like your space....if you left the art you could do a deep burnt orange or taupe on the wall and that would add a good contrast as well.
0 Likes   February 8, 2013 at 12:22PM
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Dezign Studio Inc
Is there a shorter wall, as accent wall may be better on the shorter wall. Can you put pictures of another side of the room.
1 Like   February 8, 2013 at 12:24PM
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Gazy and associates
and make sure you do a white skating about 6- 5 inch ontop they all look graet with walls
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Toni Sabatino
The bookcase could also go flat on the wall be used to house more things like decanters, pretty salt and pepper mills along with what is currently displayed there.
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Gazy and associates
yes toni flat on the wall but it should placed at the far right and on the wall you coulnt see in the picture right now.. am talking about the one that opposites the sofa
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Aggie Purvinska
I wouldn't do the whole wall, only a frame behind the sofa and lamps...a dark coffee would be my pick
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dsheila
Thank you all for the suggestions. What else would you suggest that I do to make the 2 spaces look better.
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Andrea Prasch
Yup accent walls can make a huge impact and difference! I would get rid of that bookcase and add a more earthy hardwood instead of cold tile if possible.
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