Hallways: The hallways of our house are beige. I want them not to be beige. Specifically, I want they grey - I have considered Benjamin Moore's "Moonshine" which is what is in our basement, but now I think I might want something slightly more grey (it can look almost white in some lights - specifically unnatural light). The next darker on that same colour palette is "Gray Horse". I have also re-considered using "Revere Pewter", which Sabrina recommended last year as an alternative to Moonshine, as a friend of mine just painted her house in this colour, and it looks great. You can check out her house here. Our hallways do not get a lot of natural light, so I'll have to test a few colours to make sure none of them look to white or blue or beige. I love our bedroom colour, but it is just too dark for the hallways.
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Guest Bedroom: I'm not loving the sea-foam green it is right now, but surprisingly enough, a lot of people that see this room say they like the colour. Perhaps they really mean it or are just being nice, but I can't stand it. I wasn't really sure WHAT to do with this room, and I don't want to spend a lot money on it since it is really only used for me doing my makeup and getting ready in the morning and the very occasional overnight guest. There is wainscoting in this room that I am going to do in Cloud White, as the rest of our house is in terms of trim, and then I was considering either matching the red or brown in the bedding. I decided the brown would be better in terms of resale, and I think I would get sick of the red really quickly. Now there are lighter shades of brown in the bedding that are hard to see, which is what I would use to match. Anyone have any great brown paint recommendations? I also may paint or stain the dressers if I can find a good way to do it - Ikea furniture is tricky.
Kitchen: The colour actually goes pretty well in the kitchen right now, but it has a lot of holes to be filled from the last owner, and it really just needs to be freshened up. I think we will probably paint it the same colour as whatever we choose the hallway to be, because eventually in a perfect world the kitchen would be completely redone, so no point choosing the perfect colour as I want all the backsplash, counters, appliances and cupboards to be changed. A grey colour will go with the flecks of grey in the counter top anyway. Ohhhh if only I could win the lottery and have a beautiful tiny perfect kitchen.