Paint Ponder: Stony Ground

I’m definitely considering this for an upcoming dining room makeover.  Farrow and Ball Stony Ground No. 211.  “This beige may be neutral, but I swear it has medicinal, calming qualities — and it doesn’t require a prescription! You’ll emerge refreshed, with the energy to keep moving and creating. Bring in burnt orange, dark gray, or indigo blue,”  says designer Erin Martin in SFGate.  I couldn’t agree more…

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Paint Ponder: Classic Gray

You know it must be a classic when its named after one.  Classic Gray #1548 by Benjamin Moore is a great neutral for those of you exploring the gray trend.  It’s light, risk averse and plays well with other colors.  Works great with blue.  Try it in that new marble bathroom or kitchen your planning for…

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Paint Ponder: Titanium

Neutrals.  It seems lately gray, grey or greige hit a wall so more often than beige.  I’ve used quite a few grays over the years and here is another one I love.  Titanium by Benjamin Moore OC-49.  It looks great anywhere, from a living room to a bathroom room to a dining area.  Lighten up and give it a try.

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