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    clara shelton

    November 4, 2022

    Question: I have added a new glass backsplash in very soft cream color and countertop (beige with hints of grey,brown and specks of tiny sparkles. What color should I select for the electric wall plates.
    Should I do the cream not almond color?

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      Kelley Bostian

      November 18, 2022

      Great questions! We actually offer free design services/consultation online or in our stores. Sign up here and a trained interior designer would love to help you find the perfect color for those electric wall plates.
      Happy decorating!

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    Felice Magz

    February 13, 2018

    My question is when designing one area or one room would it not be wise to mix grays? After listening to one of your podcast explaining how Grays basically have three undertones which are blue, green, and purple. Would you need to stick with one undertone? Does that same rule apply to off whites too? Thanks, Felice M.

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      Caroline McDonald

      February 15, 2018

      I believe we actually discussed this during the show, but Maria’s suggestion was to pick maybe 2 different undertones but no more than that. It’s not necessary to match absolutely everything, but you don’t want to bring in too many undertones or the space will feel chaotic. Another great thing to consider is with building materials and finishes. Maybe choose all the same undertone for those fixed surfaces, then work in a different undertone in your decor. That way you have an equal amount of both, but if you choose to change your color palette, all of the fixed things (countertops, tiles, paint) are consistent.
      Hopefully this helps. Thanks for listening!