Choosing a Neutral Paint Color

9 Jan

Neutral colors can provide a soothing, versitile backdrop for your home.  With  white, off-white, or creamy beige walls, you can change your artwork, furniture or accent pillows and blankets, without worrying about re-doing your paint colors.

Even neutrals can be very different from each other!  One thing you can ask yourself when choosing a neutral is — do I want a cool or warm undertone? Let’s see a few examples to help you get started.  “Colonial White” by Laney’s Old Village Paint, is a bright white acrylic latex paint with a cool undertone.

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The “Steeple White” color is more beige, also an acrylic latex. It has a warm undertone.

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Laney’s Old Village Paint buttermilk paint color “Corner Cupboard” is a creamy white with a warm yellow undertone.

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As you can see, even within the category of neutrals, you have lots of different options, each of which can set a fresh canvas for your space.

We’re wishing you a wonderful 2017 and hope the year is starting off well.

I have lived a long time and am convinced that God governs in the affairs of men. If a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without His notice, is it probable that an empire can rise without His aid? I move that prayer imploring the assistance of Heaven be held every morning before we proceed to business.- Benjamin Franklin

 

 To find your nearest dealer click here…  http://www.old-village.com/locator/index.php
To purchase Old Village Paint online click here…  http://colourcupboard.com
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