Now that we’ve signed with a contractor and construction starts next week(!), there’s a looming deadline. Somehow, I’m finding too much inspiration, so I’m feeling the pressure to choose. After some friends gave me wise advice about searching for color combos here, here and on Pinterest, and just by googling the name on the paint chip to see what others have come up with, I’m starting to feel a lot better. (Thanks.) Ian is much more relaxed about the whole thing. (Who’s surprised?) He has already chosen his office color: white.
There’s one room that I’m still stumped by: the kitchen. The white cabinets and appliances are backed by cantaloupe-colored walls. Obviously, the white elements will stay white, and we are installing black and white tile on the floor. That’s perfect -- a neutral palette, you say!
Well, here’s the curveball: When we were in Seattle, we found these old fruit crate labels at an antique store, and I’d love to use them as the kitchen artwork. With that in mind, what color(s) would you pick?