This home is great because it’s pretty much a blank slate. So, if this were my home? These are some options that I would look at. Looking at paint decks and trying to match it with pictures can be a lot different than actually trying out samples on the walls. These are just suggestions to look at. :)
I would start out with the kitchen since it has the most wood. I would get a few neutral paint colors that I love and put them on the wall and see what works the best. Here are some samples I would probably try.
|Kilim Beige by SW||Buckwheat Flour||Putnam Ivory BM|
|Wheeling Neutral |
|Relaxed Khaki SW||Powell Buff by BM|
Pavilion Beige SW
Latte – Restoration Hardware
Blonde by SW
Jenna mentioned that she has been looking at Tobacco Road at 50%, which has been a pretty popular color, especially with wood cabinets. I think it’s a great choice. TR 100% is on the top, 50% in the middle and 25% on the bottom.
I would then move on to the dining area and great room. Here, depending on what color I picked in the kitchen, I would go a shade or two darker to give it some more contrast and to add more color to such an open, natural lit room. The wall with the clock on it would be a great breaking point for the dining area.
For this living area, I would probably paint it a different color than the kitchen and great room. Here are some options I woud look at.
Lenox Tan BM
Wickham Gray BM
|Edgecomb Gray BM|
Restrained Gold SW
Ramie by SW
|Comfort Gray SW|
For the bathroom I think a green/gray color would look nice. Here are some of my favorites, some have a little more blue to them which I like as well.
That is where I would start. I know colors can look one way on the computer or paint chip and totally different on the walls, so the key is sampling. I hope Jenna can find the perfect color she loves. Thank you so much for all of your input and suggestions. You guys are awesome! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!