Jan 08, 2008 3:30 pm
Having spent many hours looking through threads, visiting various houses and considering the colour selections you have recommended we have decided on external and internal colours. Just wanted to check what you think.
We have decided on CB Dune for the roof, fascia, gutters and panel lift door (possibly front door as well). The windows are silver aluminium. It is a fully rendered house so my question is:
should we paint the house Dulux natural stone or fudge?
We like mocha magic as the balcony feature. I know the colours are probably a bit boring and safe, but we wanted to have something fairly netural.
BTW thank you for the tip on Murray Red for the glass splashback in the kitchen. Fantastic colour and it goes well with our interior scheme. Thanks again.
Re: Question re: CB colour2
Jan 08, 2008 5:03 pm
DeeElle….putting the colours together I would say the “Fudge”
You might like to think about the Murray Red for your front door as well, it will go great with the Dune and Fudge.
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Re: Question re: CB colour3
Jan 08, 2008 9:45 pm
Thats great Michelle. Our preference was Fudge as well.
And definitely Murray Red for the front door. My husband loves it.
Thanks again for all your help. You are a gem!!
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