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The Red Jet
What is the paint color on the walls?
The yellow on these walls is similar to Behr's Citrus Zest.
historic rebuild, drawers, wall color, shelves and chairs
Love the yellow walls and white trim.
The Shabby Nest The yellow on these walls is similar to Behr's Citrus Zest. 2 years ago · Like
I love the wall color and the mismatched chairs around the table
And I can see why Amanda wants to keep this color. Sunny yellow walls like these would make me want to make pancakes every morning!
NOA Architecture Planning Interiors
Condo unit interior renovation
The splash of citrus is exceptional in this space. What paint brand and number or name is it?
What is the colour on the wall to the right?
modern and vibrant - may be too much for a very big wall but maybe could be worked into the light feature wall in sections only?
Green paint works well for kitchens or baths. Here a kicky citrus adds a pop to this otherwise seriously neutral space. The lime walls say, "It's party time!"
Try it out: A bright apple green makes an impact on an accent wall. And paint is pretty easy to change down the road.See how the homeowner
one wall adds a drama to this modern kitchen. If it had been used on any more walls, the color might have overpowered this small space.
In this kitchen, perhaps the wasabi green accent wall is a stylish 'stand in' for the avocado green refrigerator of the past.
Mark English Architects, AIA
Contrast between gray color and orange citrus
Charcoal with citrus for dining would be great too
Charcoal with citrus: The warm gray sets off this bright orange, making it stand out even more.
I'll have a slice. Pumpkin is a cousin of red, which is known to stimulate the appetite. This particular shade of pumpkin pairs beautifully with one wall of gray cabinets.
Mid Century Modern Kitchen/Dining
Can you tell me what the yellow paint color is on the back wall?
tart citrus colour of the countertop
less upper cabinets = island from wall
What about a peach for walls? This color scheme is almost spot on with their sample selection.
Like the peninsula off the wall
Lime. This tart citrus can electrify a kitchen of any style.
restricted the client's layout wish list. A complete island would've taken up too much room, so Glen installed a combined bar and prep space on one of the walls. The sink, range and refrigerator aren't laid out in the traditional work triangle, but it still works well for the family. The current configuration
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
48" x 66" x 36" high 24" deep cabinets, stud wall behind cabinets with 18''-20" overhang on seating side for counter height stools. You need 12" min. leg clearance for bar height (42"), 18" min. leg
Example of a low backsplash in the countertop material and then painted walls.
Love this kitchen!!! Fulfills citrus look
I like the use of light brown paint on wall (at ceiling), then white cabinetry. There's a lot of color in here and a lot of definition that comes with it
Island: 48" x 66" x 36" high 24" deep cabinets, stud wall behind cabinets with 18''-20" overhang on seating side for counter height stools. You need 12" min. leg clearance for bar height (42"), 18" min. leg
What is the name of this wall color? I love it.
Is ball green the specific name of the colour on the wall. What company makes this colour?
Please tell me what is this wall color?
What color is on the walls? Would it work with a traditional oriental rug (reds & blues & some orange-red)?
awesome sunroom with windows, specific place for potted plants, wall of framed mirror, transom windows. Green walls!
Effect of green walls with knotty pine furniture
The walls what color is this?
overwintered or grown indoors, some with greater success than others, but all certainly worth a try: Abutilon, angel's trumpet, begonia, bougainvillea, citrus (including lemons, calmondins and kumquats), coleus, ficus, geranium, hibiscus, impatiens, Mandevilla, passionflower, pentas, rosemary, shasta daisy
Alix Bragg Interior Design
Home Farm 1
a lot? The reason I'm asking is that I love marble, but I keep hearing that it's not good in the kitchen due to acids: citrus, red wine, etc. I cook every day and use lots of citrus, etc. I want a kitchen that I don't have to be too worried about pitting or staining or etching. I don't mind some aging/patina
the room seperation by little wall