Paint and Floor Stain for Remodel » Growing Up Kemper #indoorpaintcolors
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Paint and Floor Stain for Remodel » Growing Up Kemper #indoorpaintcolors



Fixer Upper Paint Colors // Farmhouse Paint Colors // Fireplace Shelves

Boy did I go back and forth whether to even post this one just yet! You scroll through Pinterest and all my favorite home bloggers, and you see perfectly decorated homes telling you all about their color choices. I stare for days admiring all the little details they have in their homes, not even paying any attention to their actual colors! We are 2 days into this New Year and my home is NOWHERE near decorated, I still have 2 rooms completely unfinished, and my Hunter boots aren’t perfectly staged with a blanket by my front door. BUT I want to share with you some of my home. I’m ready to take you down this path of my remodel! So, hold your Pinterest saves for a later post. This one is a bare-bones look at all about my color choices for my main level remodel! Let’s talk wall color, first. I knew I wanted a very light neutral grey for my walls. With so many options out there, my biggest hurtle was finding a light grey that was dark enough to really contrast with my white kitchen and trim. With so much white, it was important for me to have a color on the walls. Nothing too light or the whole house would appear washed out. I focused on doing a solid grey with no beige undertones. With the wood stain I chose, it was important for me to keep it on a white/black grey scale with no brown undertones. After a ridiculous amount of searching, I went with Sherwin Williams Repose Grey (SW 7015) in an eggshell sheen. Since I have two little boys, two dogs…and a husband (

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