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Design Dialogue – August 22, 2013

Design Dialogue – August 22, 2013

Hello, everyone!  It’s time for your chance at FREE interior design advice…  let’s talk weekend projects!  Looking for advice on exterior home finishes or interior design?  Welcome to the weekly Design Dialogue!  

Every Thursday, I offer you a chance to ask design questions and get some answers.  Whether you need advice on a paint color, help with a room layout or suggestions for window treatments, this is a great place to get some free design advice – just in time for those weekend projects.  Free design advice!  Or, if you want to chat about design trends, the newest colors on the market or that great piece of furniture you saw last week, this is the place.  If you spot any great deals on home decor, feel free to share them here, as well.

So, let’s get started!  Leave your questions and thoughts in the comments below.  I’ll be checking in throughout the day to offer advice and answer questions; you are also invited to answer questions posed by your fellow readers.  Let’s get this conversation started!New Kitchen

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2 Responses to Design Dialogue – August 22, 2013

  1. Sharon says:

    I have a light blue couch, a dark blue door and yellowishtan walls in my living room. I want to repaint my coffee table. My kitchen is yellow with blue and white tiled backplash. My style is country and all of my furniture, hutch, tv stand and shelf is stained ipswitch pine. I want to spruce up the living room my redoing coffee table but don’t want to make it ipswitch pine. I would like some color, maybe yellow? Can you give me some choices as to paint color?

    • Teri says:

      Hello! Thanks for visiting…

      You could certainly do a yellow coffee table. I would go with something bolder and deeper than your wall color – something of an accent. Another option would be orange…it could be a bright orange or even a deeper, burnt color. Either of those hues would work beautifully with the blues you already have in place, as well as the pine. You can paint them a solid color, or if you prefer, you could distress the table to allow a bit of the wood color from underneath to pop through. Either way, it will make a big change in your room. Good luck!

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