Kitchens and Living Room Combos
Combine two spaces--the kitchen and living room--for convenience, comfort, and open space.
Yellow is the main ingredient in this cheerful Austin kitchen, where commitment to one color is the secret to its success.
More of a good thing: If you like the drama of this tone-on-tone kitchen, you can easily re-create it in your own home. Just choose a color, and stick to it. Here, Semolina by Benjamin Moore was used as a starting point. The color went on the cabinets and trim. The walls use a mixture of one-half Semolina tint, and one-fourth Semolina tint for the ceiling. This is a great alternative to choosing three different colors off the paint card. It ensures they will work in harmony. Apply this method to any room where you are using the same hue for the walls, trim, and ceiling. Choose a wall color, and then ask for a custom mix of one-half or one-fourth of that tint for the trim and ceiling.
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