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Monday 26th of July 2021

How will white dove color look against dark floor?


Monday 26th of July 2021

Hi Gay! It will be lovely! White Dove has a very high LRV, so it make pick up some of the tones of the floor and look a bit more of a color than with all white surroundings, but this is true of any white paint. Good luck!

Jennifer Butler

Friday 9th of July 2021

Hi there, we are currently building a home and are likely choosing Repose Grey as our main color. I see that some people use it at 50%. Is this a good choice? I do like grey on the walls but I don’t want it to look too dark and flat. We are also using Sea Salt in the bonus room, Peppercorn on a shiplap accent wall, and I believe pure White for ceilings and trim. Do these other choices sound good to you as well? Thank you!



Sunday 18th of July 2021

Hi Jennifer! Repose Gray isn't too dark at full strength, but if you're worried that you don't have enough light to support it, you could definitely lighten it. It is going to depend on how much natural and artificial light you have. All those other choices sound gorgeous! I hope your new home turns out amazing!

Jerri burgess

Wednesday 30th of December 2020

Please help me! I Have honey oak cabinets with red countertops! I bet you Don’t hear that very often. I need help with a wall color that takes away the orange and red. Not too dark, not a lot of light. I have agreeable gray in the laundry room close by. Just need to try and take away from the red and orange in my kitchen. Thanks for your help Jerri


Saturday 2nd of January 2021

Hi Jerri! I would tone them down with a greige, like you already have in your laundry room. It'll update the space more than a white will. Try your Agreeable Gray with it, or if you don't like that, check out Repose Gray. Both are gorgeous, go-to greige paint colors! Good luck!