Color Mix

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Posted by: from Whitecourt
4/22/2008 at 12:29:03 PM

I'm currently trying to decorate a guest room which are just white currently. the room have a lot of wooden furnitures, but i'm not planning to paint them brown, instead with 2 colors (second color for windows and doors) if possible. anyone can give me suggestions?

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Grace in Vancouver
Date/Time4/27/2008 at 1:35:54 PM

You might be able to match the colours of the wooden furnitures online, so you can go to for some colour-playing. Good luck! (Please tell me if you see a better suggestion! Thanks.)

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Laurelynn in Balzac
Date/Time6/2/2008 at 12:05:13 PM

I'd go with dark brown/cyan combination

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Liow in Spruce Grove
Date/Time8/10/2008 at 4:44:42 AM

I would choose a lighter shade of color, perhaps beige. I think brown is too dark a color and will make the guestroom very dark.

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Michael from M.J.W Painting in Dauphin
Date/Time8/22/2011 at 2:24:24 AM

I agree with liow a brighter color will do well in that room

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