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Orange you glad I posted this paint color transformation?

Our clients & friends, the Cummings family, recently painted their dining room a delectable orange color from Benjamin Moore after the installation of some lovely wallpaper we specified from Schumacher. I thought I’d share some before & after photos of the exciting process.

Before

After-Voila!

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Please comment on this post…I’m anxious to hear your thoughts on their
beautifully transformed space. Simply click on the blog’s title or the pencil
below & post comments.

P.S Special thanks to the Cummings
for allowing me to post these images, I especially adore the wreath hanging in
the chandelier above the table.

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6 thoughts on “Orange you glad I posted this paint color transformation?”

  1. I'd really like to know the color as well, it looks closest to Ben Moore "Jupiter Glow"–but that's using the virtual color viewer on BM's website, so it could be way off! I just painted my kitchen with an orange hoping to achieve a color something close to the picture above, but I think I'll be re-painting… luckily, I think it's safe to leaving the bottom half (painted tile) under the chair rail with the classic taupe I picked.

    I would also like to know what color you chose for the trim.

  2. I would also LOVE to know what “orange” from Benjamin Moore this is….please tell!

  3. Everyone loves this color! This project was from a while back, I don’t have the exact color we specified, though it’s very similar to Benjamin Moore’s Rich Coral 028

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