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Where do I stop one colour and start the other???

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partystress Mon 08-Apr-13 18:13:45

Will struggle to explain this but here goes...I am planning to paint two walls of my kitchen in green, and the other two white. One of the green walls has 3 windows, all recessed into the wall. The pic shows the problem window: the wall adjoining it, which will be white forms the far right window recess. I really like the idea of the recesses being green, because the white frames will look lovely against it, but I don't know how it would look to have this end window with two green recessy bits, and one (the far right) white. Is there a protocol for this sort of thing??? All advice gratefuuly recieved!

Rockchick1984 Mon 08-Apr-13 22:10:52

No idea about protocol, but I think it needs to be green for the part above the window, and white to the side otherwise it may look a bit strange.

like when my DH made a mess of the top of the walls, so the ceilin ended up with a frame of paint where he tried to tidy it up rather than just repainting the ceiling white

partystress Mon 08-Apr-13 23:04:46

Thanks Rockchick. Ooh, loving the sound of your ceiling grin

7to25 Tue 09-Apr-13 09:27:57

In reality window recesses nearly always look better white, which would solve your problem

partystress Tue 09-Apr-13 18:57:43

[fingers in ears] noooooo 7to25 have my heart set on green up to the window frames...

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