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  • Claire Casey

    Awesome site showing paint colors (and their name) in real rooms! (i like this wall color for the powder room)

  • DisneyDoll58

    GREAT SITE FOR SHOWING PAINT COLOURS IN ROOMS - Awesome site showing paint colors (and their name) in real rooms! I love this, because when I was choosing paint colors for our house I would try to google image all of them to see them in real rooms, now it's all on one site!

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    How to pick paint colors (and their name) in real rooms.

  • Ms. Boopy

    Bathroom Color: Mountain Laurel by Benjamin Moore Awesome site showing paint colors (and their name) in real rooms! This is an amazing site

  • Laura Jenkins

    Wall color. Awesome site showing paint colors (and their name) in real rooms! Mountain Laurel by Benjamin Moore

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