What colors would look good in an open concept dining and living room?

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  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Aug 08, 2019

    When I had a raised ranch I did a lite gray then a couple of years later a pale green with the main wall a accent wall it looks nice

  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Aug 08, 2019

    You don’t have to do those colors but I hope you get the idea good luck .


  • Lifestyles Homes Lifestyles Homes on Aug 08, 2019

    No matter what anyone does, in any interior design scheme, they have to tie together all the colors, all of the design elements, like a giant bouquet of flowers.

    So, what are the colors of your upholstery that you want to keep?

    So, what are the colors of your rugs that you want to keep?

    Paint is cheap.

    So, stand back, and look at your design elements.

    I can’t be any more specific without pictures. Thank you bye

  • Janice Janice on Aug 08, 2019

    I've had success in the past by selecting a very light neutral color from the paint palettes available at Lowes/Home Depot. To ensure the various shades work well together and flow well from one area to another, simply select a color level below or above the one you're most comfortable seeing. Or simply adding to the main color the next level of color up or down. I hope this makes sense. By doing that you're sure to not have too much color change and it will look well planned and barely noticeable but enough of change to create interest.

  • Libbie B Libbie B on Jun 19, 2021

    The open concept can be tricky. A Neutral like grey, beige, or even white is a safe choice. Whatever you chose bring samples in to test on all the different lighting so you know what the paint will actually feel like once it's on the walls.

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