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Mar. 25th, 2006

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Mar. 25th, 2006 10:55 am
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I have a dilemma. My living room has a large brick fireplace, and dividing the walls into upper and lower segments is chair rail. The chair rail looks nice, but is currently a putrescent green against "eggshell" walls (*coughhack*). I want to paint the lower segment of the walls in a cream color ("Belgian Waffle", it's called, which is delicious enough to merit painting the walls with), the trim in white, and then some sort of color in the upper segment of the walls.

My mom had bought a gorgeous brown shade that I chose, but now I'm thinking I want to use that in the kitchen and one of the upper bedrooms instead of the living room, due to the huge built-in brown-stained bookcases, brown brick, and tan-ish carpet, but I'm having trouble deciding. Here's an example of the colors:




Keep in mind the colors are somewhat brighter than the actual colors I would choose (depending on your type of computer, I've noticed things tend to be somewhat more gray on my laptop), but the sentiment is the same. So please help me decide!*

[Poll #697754]

*keep in mind it needs to be non-bright enough to blind people, or make my parents never want to visit, or scare the dog.

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