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Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
gamboge - deep mustard yellow for house
gamboge is a deep mustard yellow
Gamboge is a deep mustard yellow.
Gamboge is a deep mustard yellow. This color gets its name from the gamboge tree, which excretes a sap that is mustard yellow. This pair of sofas is the perfect shade of gamboge.
red Kool-Aid, red wine and yellow mustard can stain the leather. A better choice would be charcoal gray, black, taupe, brandy or chocolate colors.
Gamboge is a deep mustard yellow. This color gets its name from the gamboge tree, which excretes a sap that is mustard yellow. This pair of sofas is the
“Colour of leather couch” — slcowan
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
What color finish is the mustard island? I love the drama and grounded feel of the whole design!
A little bit of mustard can be elegant
Mustard yellow & black kitchen color
Gray walls for powder room with a piece mustard furniture or vice versa????
Love the country feel and mustard colored island. I think this would work with coral and teal accents.
Love the mustard with the black
Black cabinetry with traditional colonial detailing suggests history, permanence and craftsmanship. It is the perfect backdrop to the mustard-colored kitchen island.
Elegant. Subtle mustard on the island lightens the banks of black cabinetry and elevates the feel of this kitchen.
“mustard yellow” — Sue Strommen
Lisa Hallett Taylor
Living Room
Color may be mustard seed from glidden paint
The main living area is really one large room. A low, thick-walled mustard yellow divider separates the kitchen from the living room and provides one of the few actual walls in the main areas of the house.Designed by the late architect George Bissell in the early 1960s, the house integrates the indoors
Mod. Deep mustard yellow, a classic midcentury hue, perfectly complements the retro attitude of this living area and reflects the golden flooring color.
“Chair” — michele1149
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Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
West Dry Creek Residence
Mustard yellow/ taupe trim/ white windows house in Heraldsberg CA
Like paint color mustard blends well
Like mustard yellow it replicates the golden mustard which grows in the vineyards every spring
A custom mustard exterior hue serves as a bridge between the surrounding greenery and the standing-seam copper roof. Exterior paint: custom by color consultant Helen Eging
“Copper roof” — purecurls
Chris Snook
Knight Frank LTD
Mustard fuscia
mustard and fuschia!
Love mustard!!...Mustard walls...Mustard yellow...Mustard paint
“Love the colors and placement of the furniture.” — rubygirl22
Chris Barrett Design
5 Reviews
Fisher Street Residence
photography on mustard wall
bedroom wall mustard
Brown sofa, yellow, mustard, turquoise
Blue, green and mustard
Leather mustard walls and wood
mustard living...mustard walls
“L koltuk ustune resimler” — cagri
Texas Construction Company
Bonnie Road Residence
bm- iron mt. - mustard accents
BM Iron Mountain 2134-30 with mustard accents
color scheme, greyish blue, mustard and off white
combo gray x mustard coffee table.
Gray and yellow create the perfect pairing. I especially like Benjamin Moore's Iron Mountain 2134-30 used in an exterior setting with mustard accents.
“very nice” — suzannewei
Castelfranco, Chioggia, Giulio, Red Verona, Rossana and Treviso. Mustard greens, as befits the name, are the hottest of the common salad greens. Within this broad category, you’ll find several options; mizuna is one of the most familiar. Mustard greens come in a range of sizes, from low growing to tall; colors
may regrow. Harvest mustard greens by cutting off the leaves and leaving the stems or by removing the outer leaves once they reach 6 to 8 inches long. You can also pull up the entire plant. “Cut and come again” harvest methods work well for arugula, endive, escarole and many mustard greens. Simply cut
sown in mid to late summer, though some slow-bolt varieties can be sown in spring. Days to maturity: 25 to 40 (arugula, leaf chicory); 35 to 65 (mustard greens); 65 to 90 (endive, escarole); up to 90 (radicchio) Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Water requirement: Regular
“Popular Salad Greens Arugula (this photo), also called roquette or rocket, is one of the premier gr” — barbmarcell
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