• January 21, 2004

We Have a Wall Color!

Bungalow living room painted Wilmington Tan from Benjamin Moore’s Historical Collection

Paint, Restoration Diary

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Comments { 5 }
  1. jmo

    GORGEOUS! Congrats! You have done a magnificent job…


  2. heather

    Thanks!


  3. maggie

    Your site is amazing. I stumbled on it late one night looking at paint colors and entering something that led me to you. We are also restoring a 1912 bungalow although not one as beautiful as yours. I would love to know what the name of the yellow in your dining room is, and what brand. Thank you for sharing your experiences. It has been really fun to read. Maggie


  4. heather

    Hi Maggie!

    Our dining room wall color is called Shelburne Buff by Benjamin Moore Paint.

    Although, I have to warn you that several other people have tried that color on their walls and felt it was too light. I’m not sure why that happens? I think a lot of it depends on the light in the room.

    Best of luck with your 1912 bungalow!
    heather


  5. Sarah

    WOW! I came across this site when searching for paint colors. You have a beautiful house. I can only imagine all the work! Congrats. The restored wood and paint colors look amazing!



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