I've been moving toward a more neutral color palette in my kitchen and a recent column from Gudy guest posting for Decor8 just verified my direction.
Look at what she found on a recent trip to Milan...
Here's my newly revamped window seat, I'm getting onto the black & white (well, cream) bandwagon, while blending this into my former color palette.
It helps that our counters were black and grey granite and I had lots of black accents in my home already.
After seeing all of the bright and light walls out there, I'm really thinking about repainting a few shades lighter to brighten up our living room. As you can see, it tends to be a bit dark even at mid-day.
So, I'm asking for your opinion, should I leave it the new-neutral "Jodhpur" (I really do love the color), or should I bring it up a couple of shades? The top paint sample is the current color and the samples directly below it on the same card are trim colors and colors of the walls in the surrounding rooms.
So, what do you think? I'd love to hear.