Olive Green Dilemma
June 20, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Our couch is olive green, and we have one olive green chair. Another chair has olive green, burnt orange, and taupe patterns. What color would you suggest for the walls? It is a small ranch home with moderate lighting but not a ton. What are good complementary colors? Or colors that would look updated in this scheme?
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Jeannie Nguyen
You should stick with a neutral color like a grey or beige since you have so much color going on.
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Khaki would blend well with olive and orange.
2 Likes   Thanked by dasage    June 20, 2013 at 4:39PM
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Hello Jeannie and Margo! Thank you for your input! Do either of you have a favorite beige/khaki color/brand that you've worked with. Not too pinkish. Is there a "new" beige out there that you're aware of? Thanks!
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Sarah Padilla
Use a cream color!
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