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Painting the Dining Room

If you follow my on Instagram you probably saw some pictures of the dining room go by. I painted the dining room with the help of and it looks fantastic! We used every last drop of one quart of Martha Steward Mourning Dove which is a very taupe-ish green color.


It looks great in the room. It isn’t too green or too tan. It’s one of my new favorite colors though online it looks like a standard Beige. If you’re liking how my room was renovated check this Builder kew that very patiently gave us ideas and helped us making it look prettier than before.



Our Painting services company used Glidden Paint  and I must say it is quite nice. You still need 2 coats (people say better paint only needs one coat but I’ve never found it to be true). The real benefit is in the cutting in. With a brush you really only need one coat whereas with the Behr paint, you really have to go over your cut-ins twice to get rid of the brush-marks. I’m a convert to the Glidden camp.

The color really is lovely with the chestnut tone of the paneling. I’m really excited about seeing these rooms come together so quickly!


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