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Solver Vintage White
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Posted 01 January 2013 - 02:34 PM
We are hoping to paint the open plan area (kitchen,lounge, dining) of our house in the next few days and I am thinking of Solver Vintage White.
I've looked at so many colours, I think my eyes have become immune to the subtle shade differences, so.... has anyone used it, and what do they think of it? Too yellow, too brown????
Posted 01 January 2013 - 02:39 PM
What we did was get big pieces of paper, I think they are A3 but slightly thicker gsm than usual paper. Anyway, I chose four whites that I thought would look good, got some sample pots and painted on the pieces of paper: a coat and a second coat leaving a bit of a border. This meant that we could move the pieces of paper around to see what the colours looked like in various lights
I have just done this again with four colours I thought might look good as a feature wall. I am glad that I did because my 'I'm sure this is the one!' actually looks crap as a big colour up on the wall! And the one I was not sure about is looking like the winner ATM
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