Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Yes or NO?




Tell the truth, what do you guys think of this pain color??? This was just a sample, so it's NOT too late to make a change.

5 comments:

Anna Cole said...

I like it -- it's a neutral w/ a blue tint. I think it looks good with the color of tile and I love the beadboard/wainscoting(sp). It'll look nice with prints/photos/mirrors on it, too... you don't have to worry about it contrasting too much.

LG said...

Im not feelin it! Too grey with the white and then the warm tiles!IMO

Betty Gulley said...

I agree with LG.....I know it is making you carzy but you asked :) If you are hung up on grey....try a really pale grey with a little blue undertone?? Then use accessories to bring it all together :)

Drew, Taylor, and Caroline Clayton said...

Would Rick go for adobe dustby nenjamin moore(its fab), I think it would work with the warm tone tiles and since there is beadboard on the bottom it wouldnt feel overwhelming :)

Bonnie Tyrone said...

i think you should stay away from beiges, or tans...i would pick up another color that you see in tile and try to find a paint color that matches , it needs to be something that contrasts with the tiles bc if it is too close it will look like a tan box, no reds or oranges...i like the idea of the grey, maybe just more blue than the gray! you want something that will not take away from the tile but make it stand out which is way i would go for something a totally opposite color!