India Yellow

No. 66

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Rosemary F.
Canada Canada

India Yellow Dining Room

Hi, Excellent. I just finished your review of India Yellow and poor you in my house. I would like to say I love India Yellow. My entire dining room is in that colour. The room faces east and the colour never fails to make me smile. There is a medium- sized window with an antique stained glass of blues and greens. The room receives quite a bit of light as it also opens to a breakfast nook. The adjacent living room is in a Benjamin Moore red, the name of which escapes me. My kitchen is also in yellow, Benjamin Moore and that one I admit is “getting to me”. I am thinking of painting it Purbeck Stone as it will run smoothly into the counter tops (gray). I thoroughly enjoyed your video and will heed your advice with regard to tones. Thank you so very much.

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