Looking for completed interior painting using Kelly Moore

Asked by L, 94555 Wed Sep 12, 2012

Can someone suggest some warm neutral Kelly Moore paint colors for the home? I have looked at houzz, but there are not many Kelly Moore examples.

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The Medford…, Agent, Fremont, CA
Thu Sep 13, 2012
We own a staging company, The Next Stage, http://(www.thenextstages.com) and use Kelly Moore paints exclusively. We use Swiss Coffee for all the trim and ceilings, and a variety of shades including Snip of Tanin, Oyster and others. Feel free to contact Sheryl, the stager at smedford01@aol.com (she’s a professional colorist) – she’d be happy to give you a list of what she uses and the reasons behind the colors.

Here is an example: http://www.1217Curtner.com
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Brian Ripp, Agent, Fremont, CA
Wed Sep 12, 2012
Kelly Moore Paint;

Interior - I like "Navajo White" for the walls and Swiss Coffee for the trim and doors. If you want something a darker "Snip of Tannin" is nice - but you should have a lot of windows or a bright home for that.

Exterior - I like "Lemongrass" with Swiss Coffee trim or any off white color

hope that helps,
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Sunil Sethi, Agent, Fremont, CA
Wed Sep 12, 2012
Go with Oyster in flat for the walls. It goes with almost everything and leave a warm rich color. Use Swiss coffee (semi-gloss) for baseboards, trims and doors, and Acoustic Western for hte ceiling (flat).

For baths and kitchen use semi-glosss.

Check out the featured listings on my site for examples.
* 4298 Sedge St
* 4825 Rose Way.
Web Reference:  http://www.sunilsethi.com
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Thanks! On the 4298 Sedge St, do you know what was used on the Nook, the master bath (with the warm glow) and the downstairs half bath? Really appreciate your help!
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Jerry Straks, Agent, Fremont, CA
Wed Sep 12, 2012
You can find many more samples at http://www.kellymoore.com/paint-tool/. Your best bet is always to visit the paint store, choose some candidates, and then hold them in the light in which they will be viewed when on the wall. Tape them to the wall and check them at different times of the day as the light changes. Computer screens are notorious for not representing colors accurately.
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