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help with paint color
Sandra Sandy Copeland Zigler
February 22, 2013 in Design Dilemma
this room has high ceilings would painting this room cranberry red make it to dark? All the pictures are of this room.
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you have a large enough room with a lot of light and it woudl really set off your furniture and furnishings so I think it would look lovely. I would hope you could paint the trim a cream instead of white long term though!
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Sandra Sandy Copeland Zigler
there are a set of windows just like these at the other side of the room.
0 Likes   February 22, 2013 at 8:42AM
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Try it in the niche behind the TV. Also on large poster boards around the space so you can see how it changes with the light. If it is too dark, at least you got an accent wall with it. If you have a separate dining room with lots of light, that might be another place to use it first. It makes for an intimate dining space and enhances appetite due to its red base. You're not dieting, are you?
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Hi Sandra Sandy Copeland Zigler,

Here is your wall painted in cranberry red, hope this helps you in decision making.
0 Likes   February 22, 2013 at 9:22AM
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Sandra Sandy Copeland Zigler
Thank you so much.... this is awesome and a big help!!
0 Likes   February 23, 2013 at 5:53AM
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