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tracileighk

I just bought a home that has all white walls! I want to start painting in the living room. I have dark cherry trim around windows, door, and fireplace. The carpet is a darker tan. The living is open to the kitchen which has all dark cherry cabinets, marble countertops with rust and gold colors, and the laminate floor is a lighter cherry - heritage cherry? SO, I need help in some recommendations of paint that will make my cherry wood pop!

gingersnaps

paint a feature wall Black Suede....... check out www.Behr.com it has coordinating colour options.......

brigidkeely

I really love cherry! That sounds nice. Perhaps creams and dark greens with your counters' rust and gold accent colors?

panhang

Espresso will be even better

riamarias

tracileighk wrote:
I just bought a home that has all white walls! I want to start painting in the living room. I have dark cherry trim around windows, door, and fireplace. The carpet is a darker tan. The living is open to the kitchen which has all dark cherry cabinets, marble countertops with rust and gold colors, and the laminate floor is a lighter cherry - heritage cherry? SO, I need help in some recommendations of paint that will make my cherry wood pop!

tracileighk, Pop a Cherry . . . !
What colour to paint to make cherry wood and more cherry wood ? meaning is contrast: cherry wood = shades of brown - red contrast of blues & greens
Cherry_Jade_Gem
Emerald_Field
I have a need to complete a big picture =D
Seating - Kitchen
Walls: Jades_Kisses_Hugs
Drapes: Jade_Shade
the touch of *gold in the Drapes relates to the colours in the Kitchen
Sofa: Away_o_Emerald_City
Accent Pillows: Tweety_Always_Yellow
Accent Pillows: Blue_Bird
Accent Seating: Blades_of_Grass

Kitchen
Walls: Wheat
Kitchen Tile: Cherry_Jubile_Shores
the counter top and tile is a mix sizes of *matching marble tiles with sporadic pieces of seafoam glass tiles and if your back wall tile already exist add accessories of seafoam glass . . .accessories will bring both rooms together

anniebeth

Following the heart is a best way.
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