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Friday, November 30, 2012


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My living room turned bedroom I want to do in several shades of green & white. My bedroom turned sewing room I want to do in purple. Love bright bold color, but tend to go softer in rooms. I've always wanted to do my kitchen in the bright indigo blues & white, even the floor! Maybe someday.




I would paint it Teal and have Purple and Blue




If I had no fear I would paint my living room a med aqua


I would love to try something modern...like gray with teal and silver accesories. Way out of my comfort zone!


Turkey red or burnt orange......maybe someday.....sigh....my boldest current color is mustard.
Merry Christmas ya'll!

Brenda Hulsey

My no fear colors would have to be some shade of green. I love greens!
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Janet Larsen

I guess I would paint the room a taupe color and the eating area near red!

Jeanne Jones

I would paint me bedroom a teal color. I have a sunny yellow now, but a change would be good.


I would paint it brown. Just like a candy bar. But, my husband would hate it, I'm not sure why bc he is color blind. LOL.

Sewing Sue

I always do blue and beige, but I'd really love something in a nice, rich warm red. With white crown molding and a dark brown velvet sofa. Ahhh...

Theresa Thomas

A hunter green on two walls and a lighter shade of green on the other two walls.

Tiffanee Noack

I would love to paint it a really dark brown since its almost nothing but floor to ceiling with windows and light stained tongue & groove vaulted ceilings..I think it would make my red leather chair and rustic decorations pop and it would be like a frame for my photography prints on canvas!! Hummm, this has got me thinking now...maybe I'll do just that!! Thanks for the inspiration!


Lime green, the color that makes me smile. But our entire home is decorated with colonial/transitional colors and style, so the lime just wouldn't work, haha. Thank you for the chance to win a great give-away!

Candace Weiss

A mirror, not a morrow- if my post is still there- periwinkle blue for my walls.

Candace Weiss

I would pain it Periwinkle Blue and creamy beige, but than like In the book "If you give a Mouse a Cookie", things would need to change-the couch and chair, and than something else would need to change-the carpet, and than above the fireplace I would need to add a morrow to reflect all the lovely new colors and beautiful new room!
Thanks for the idea!!

Virginia Severson

I would mix straw with drywall paste and apply that to my walls by hand. I like white trim with a dark earthy brown.

Donna Fuqua

I would paint it apple green and black which would drive hubby crazy!

Lorraine W.

I'd paint it a nice combo of something like acid green and espresso brown.

Donna Joy

Maybe a mocha or espresso color,


deep red


Oh gosh, I've never considered anything but white or eggshell!! How about a creamy buttery yellow!


brown - tan - gold !!! Brown on the botton with tan/gold stripes :)
I wish my husband let me do it!!!
Those are my favorite colors :)

Barb Spurr

Teal......and I did it this summer.......and I love it!!

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