The two rooms have openings to see dwelling space which is a warm soft gold with ivory trim. These rooms will have ivory trim. I have a gallon of a pale olive that appears great with the golden living area and it really is decor too but don't know which place to use it on. I was thinking of Rust coloration but never used a shade like that before. If you think Rust is quite possibly good in which area should it go? Would a lighter or darker shade of the green or gold work better? The Dining has gunstock oak floors so something that enhances them is excellent proper, The Kithcen is tore out and I am making an attempt to decide on cabs and counters so no limits on that. The flooring in Kitchen area is undecided as effectively. I was aiming for a french region kitchen with roosters and gold rust and sage possibly but what shade counter and cabs?
Reply by Angie
Burnt orange is a georgeous color to use in a dining room, specifically if you have a nice painting with shades of gold, green and rust....autumn shades. You might feel about using a printed/floral draperies, with matching table cloth or runner, and then best it off with a beautful floral arrangement centerpiece. This would be expecially good with your flooring. The olive will also be lovely with the autumn coloration scheme and may be a normal alternative for dining room, esp. if you have lots of windows to offset the deep color. Do not be frightened of making use of deep hues. They are wealthy hunting and pretty, just be cautious with the ivory moulding when painting. Sounds nice.
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