Inspiration for a victorian dining room remodel in New York with gray walls

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Victorian Dining Room, New York

photo by Yiorgos Kordakis
Inspiration for a victorian dining room remodel in New York with gray walls - Houzz

Questions About This Photo (8)

Cassandra Mccarthy_Fogle wrote:June 15, 2012
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    Deborah French Designs
    6 years ago
    Hi, The color is "Tudric Perter" but may look somewhat different in the photo which is normal, though it is very special grey. It was mixed using paint made from Benjamin Moore. This is common practice as paint stores have formulas for several brands in their computers which they follow. At this time it was hard to find stores selling Ralph Lauren paint. Now they're sold at Home Depot. However BM paint is better quality and can usually match softer colors better than deep rich colors. It helps to have someone who's good at it and the paint color swatch to match it to. Try it. Most people really love the color but you always need to pick a color according the the conditions of your room and your personal preference.
  • Andre Beluchi
    4 years ago

    Deborah, the window screen that you took a picture of looks great. How thick are those windows are they by chance tinted? By the looks of it, they seem like it and that's why I asked. 

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