So here is another attempt at home improvement – the living room needs some brightening. No clue what would possess someone to paint it such a dark maroon color, that has got to go! Guess which color (if any) we picked to paint the upstairs living room?
I like the bottom one
I’m not telling yet which one…but the bottom one is kinda close to TB’s living room color, now that I’m looking at it…
Well tell her she has good taste!
I’m also going for the bottom one, but it actually looks much lighter than the color in our living room. Ours is pretty dark! I thought you guys didn’t like green?
Oooh, I like the top one better, but just because it seems a bit more neutral and easy to incorporate other colors into. OR! An accent wall in the darker shade and the rest in the lighter shade. . . FUN!
Ah, I hadn’t even thought of that. Accent wall! I’m trying to let MK let me do my room in two colors – chardonnay and merlot. Seems “me”, right? A light yellow and some PURPLE BERRY STRIPES on one wall, behind the bookshelves. I’m afraid he’s giong to hurt himself with all the eye rolling he keeps doing each time I send him a new web pic from a site from the sidebar of Young House Love…
You could SO do a Chardonnay & Merlot wall! Do it. While he’s sleeping. So he can’t say no.
And by “sleeping,” she means “playing Legos.” 🙂
I bet you picked the ugly one
You guys are hilarious. Except for Craig. You’re just mean. 🙂
LOL Craig. I’m with Snippy on choice #1. I say keep things subdued – while you might like wine on your walls, potential homebuyers may find it off-putting. Stay away from getting too “specialty”.
We bought this house and it looked like Christmas threw up in here. If we were ever to sell it, I’d be fine with taking a can of white industrial to most of the rooms…
So, what color won? Were all dying here.
it’s paint, not dye :-X
Terrible. Sorry we take so long. The snow made skiing sound way more fun than housework. Should do the trim tonight and have pictures up soon! 🙂
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