Re: kitchen colours help please21
Nov 02, 2010 5:38 pm
Sandy Day Half
Beige Royal half
If it was me I would stay away from the quarter strengths. I find just as flaggie said ^ they lose so much colour. Even the halfs can turn out quite light. For example my parents have Grey Pebble half, and most of the builders commented on their "white" kitchen.
If you want noticable colour, I'd stick with full strength.
As for which one - I still like Beige Royal. (I think!) On my laptop (not the best) I think the Beige Royal looks more brown than the Sandy Day.
Oh and I'm pretty sure you won't find anyone with examples of their kitchen. I just did a google search which picks up H1 posts and couldn't find any
Hang On I'll put it all together for you again.
Still not in. Don't ask!?
Re: kitchen colours help please25
Nov 03, 2010 8:35 pm
will do. I bought the paint samples only biege royal though. looked bit grey in energy saver fluro lamps.
I have asked the kitchen maker to extend another day (lucky me). I know I need to hurry up as Xmas is not far away. I also bought limed white. Not painted yet. will do in next half an hour.
Re: kitchen colours help please26
Nov 03, 2010 8:41 pm
don't know if it helps as i don't know the exact colours but i took some kitchen pics at oran park over the weekend. they are available in the following thread
Deposit - 20/4/2010
Land Settled - 20/8/2010
Council - 30/9/2010
Slab - 17/11/2010
Bricks - 28/01/2011
Roof - 5/02/2011
Gyprock - 4/03/2011
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