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The 6 Best MUSHROOM (Greige-Beige) Paint Colors

Posted on April 1, 2023 by KylieMawdsley


Mushroom paint colors have been a hot topic lately as grays take a HUGE backseat to softer neutrals. What’s gray being replaced by? Trendy warm neutrals like greige, taupe, beige, and, you guessed it – MUSHROOM!

But you don’t get off THAT easy. I’m not just going to throw colors at you, slap you on the butt, and send you on your way. First, you’ll learn about mushroom paint colors so you can understand how to pick the best one for you and your home.

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By the way, the differences between warm gray, beige, greige, and mushroom are tricky to explain, so you better get your drinkin’ thinkin’ cap on (or both if you like).



If you’ve read my blog post, Greige & Taupe: What’s the Big Difference? You’ll know the basic ins and outs. If you want the easy-peasy, here’s a quick recap…


Generally speaking, taupes are brown-gray blends with a slightly purple (or purple-pink) undertone, that isn’t always super noticeable.

Taupe paint colors favor violet.

Taupe, warm gray greige paint colour comparisons. Collingwood, Sherwin Williams Versatile Gray, Requisite Gray, Benjamin Moore London Gray with light wood trim. Kylie M INteriors Edesign

These are all warm grays with violet undertones or taupes

Warmer taupes lean closer to beige/brown than gray. Taupes that cater more to gray are still taupe/warm; they just look a bit cooler than others.


Greiges are ALSO brown-gray blends, but unlike taupe, which tends to cater to violet – greige favors green.

Greige paint colors favor GREEN.

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Greige will ALWAYS be a warm paint color. However, greiges that look warmer have more beige-brown in them. Those that look cooler are greiges with more gray in them.


The less committed a greige or taupe is to its undertones, the more likely it is to pick up the other. While this offers flexibility, it’s risky as you might end up with the one undertone you DON’T want! A color like Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray is a good example of a hybrid greige-taupe.

Living room with high ceiling, Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray walls, greige taupe paint colour, oak floor, navy blue sofa. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, client photo

Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray is a hybrid

So, where does mushroom fit into the greige-beige-gray-taupe world? Let’s take a peek…


Mushroom is a paint color that’s brown or beige with gray in it – either a little gray or a LOT, depending on the color you choose! The most popular mushroom shades are light-medium to medium in depth (especially for kitchen cabinets), but a few are hovering in the lighter end. These neutrals don’t read as brown or gray but usually CATER to brown-beige (warmth) over gray.

As for undertone, mushroom paint colors are likelier to wink at a green undertone vs. a purple one, making them variations of GREIGE. If you’ve chosen a mushroom color and see violet or violet-pink, your painted surface will look more taupe – not mushroom. In the IDEAL world, your mushroom paint color will pick up little to no undertone.

Benjamin Moore Pashmina

Mushroom paint colors are browns and beiges with some gray in them – brown-beige is USUALLY the dominant neutral in today’s most popular shades of mushroom (more so than gray).


Now, SOME brown and beigepaint colors have a warmer, more golden look to them – we’re not talking about these shades – they’re too strong. We’re talking about muted, subdued browns and beiges; the ones that can’t aren’t totally committed to their warmth.

Kitchen update, TCE 3001 quartz, Mushroom look Pashmina paint colour. Oak cabinets cathedral arched top painted Benjamin Moore White Dove. Kylie M INteriors Edesign, online paint colour expert

The TRICKY thing about mushroom…

If you get the wrong mushroom, you’ll hallucinate that Ryan Reynolds is painting your home in teal socks and a g-string (hallucinate/fantasize, whatever). If you get the RIGHT one, you’ll have a perfectly soft, neutral paint color for your walls, cabinets, trims, or exterior.

Island Sherwin Urbane Bronze, painted kitchen cabinets best greige, Benjamin Pashmina. Kylie M Interiors Online paint color expert consulting

Benjamin Moore Pashmina (greige) and Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze – dark greige

However, the tricky thing is that MANY colors don’t start out OR end up looking like any mushroom shade…

  • Some greige paint colors that cater to gray can look MORE mushroom-toned (warmer) in a south-facing room because the natural light will warm them up.
  • Some super muted beige paint colors can look more mushroom-inspired in a north-facing room, as the cool light can gray them out.
  • The best shades of mushroom really only look mushroom when they’re light-medium or medium-toned. Any lighter, and they read more like greige, or even tan. Any darker, and they can look more like brown or warm gray.

Confusing, I know – but that’s why you’ve got me in your back pocket (and I do pinch, upon request…). Now, let’s expand on those thoughts just a bit…



South-facing rooms have a warmer light coming in, and mushroom paint colors generally do well in these spaces. Yes, they will warm up visually, but many will hold their ‘shroominess, particularly if you choose a mushroom with a wink more gray in it.

Sherwin Williams Balanced Beige, mushroom paint color, best greige taupe paint colour. South facing bedroom. Kylie M interiors Edesign, online virtual paint colour consulting

However, some greige paint colors can LOOK like a mushroom color in a south-facing room (or west-facing in the afternoon). South-facing light is warm, so if your greige has a moderate amount of beige in it, and you put it in a south-facing room, that warm sunlight can have your greige looking more mushroom than intended (unless that’s what you’re going for).

JUST REMEMBER, once the sun goes down in the evening, you won’t have that natural light to moderate things, so make sure you like your paint colour all day!

The Best Paint Colors for a South-Facing Room



This can be a tough sell. Because north-facing light is slightly gray-blue, it will ADD gray to a mushroom paint colour – pulling it closer to warm gray/greige. And this can be okay if you like greige; however, if you prefer the slightly warmer side of things, you might find that a mushroom paint colour in a north-facing room loses the warmth you were hoping for. One way to remedy this is to choose a mushroom that caters more noticeably to beige.

Many people see Sherwin Williams Anew Gray as a versatile shade of mushroom. Personally, it’s just a WINK too gray. My case is proven in this north-facing foyer below. Anew Gray loses some of its lovely warmth and falls to the more gray end of things…

Sherwin Williams Anew Gray entryway, Greige, mushroom paint colour, white front door, chandelier and mirror. Kylie M INteriors Edesign, virtual online paint colour consulting. Client before photo

Again, this is okay if you like gray, but if you want the subtle warmth that mushroom offers, you’ll want to avoid this type of mushroom in a room with northern exposure.

If you’re struggling to find a mushroom that stays warm enough in your north-facing room, you may need to bump things up more to the subdued beige range, along the lines of Sherwin Williams Balanced Beige. Just remember, it will return to its regular warmth once the sun goes down.

Sherwin Williams best warm gray taupe paint colours, Anew Gray, Balanced Beige, Versatile Gray, Requisite Gray, difference between paint colors for walls. Kylie M Interiors Edesign

North, South, East, West – Which Paint Colour is the Best?



East and west-facing rooms are a bit trickier as the light changes drastically throughout the day.

In a room with eastern exposure, a mushroom paint color will look lovely and ‘as expected’ in the morning light. However, the same shade could look a bit flat and drab in the afternoon. Often, choosing a slightly warmer version of mushroom is the best choice.

As for rooms with western exposure, it’s the opposite – mushroom can look flat in the morning hours but will WARM RIGHT UP in the afternoon sun. In fact, due to the golden look of the late afternoon sun, many mushroom tones pick up a TON of unexpected warmth. It’s best to find the color you love for most of the day and/or the time of day you’re in the room the most (aside from choosing the one that best suits your finishes, which is the TOP priority – always).

Best greige, Benjamin Moore Pashmina in bedroom. Kylie M Interiors edesign, online paint colour advice

The Best Paint Colors for East & West-Facing Rooms 

Now, I bet you’re ready to see some beautiful mushroom-inspired paint colors, so let’s get this party started! And let me say that many parties have started with mushrooms and ended up with a whole bunch of people talking to dogs and running naked down the street (story of my life, and I don’t do mushrooms), so let’s keep it PG here, people.

The best most popular shades of mushroom paint colors, Benjamin Moore, Sherwin williams, Kylie M Interiors Edesign


In this list below, you’re going to see some lovely mushroom colors, as well as a few mushroom-INSPIRED colors. This way, if your room has a tricky exposure or finicky finish, you can flex slightly outside of the traditional mushroom world to find your home’s best color.


Balanced Beige is a beautiful example of a mushroom-inspired paint color. However, as we discussed earlier, putting a mushroom color in a south-facing (warm) room could make it look too brown-warm. However, put it in a north or east-facing room, and BAM, you might have your perfect mushroom paint colour!

  • GOOD FOR: North and east-facing rooms
  • NOT AS GOOD FOR: south and west-facing rooms (it could look more beige than mushroom)

Sherwin Williams Balanced Beige, almost mushroom paint colour, south facing room. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online virtual paint color consultant. Best beige, greige paint colours

Just LOOK at the fungi-inspired colour of these walls – the EPITOME of mushroom; I’m bustin’ out the garlic butter and pepper!

Kylie M Interiors E-design. Best paint colour dark wood trim, Sherwin Williams Balanced Beige, mushroom paint colour, Natural Tan, dark wood trim, floor, doors. Online paint color expert

If we move up to Accessible Beige, Balanced Beige’s lighter version, it’s too light to give a REAL mushroom look, regardless of your exposure.

Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige in a country farmhouse style guest bedroom with wood trim and neutral bed linens. Kylie M E-design and ONline Color consulting

FULL Paint Color Review: Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige



Natural Cream is an interesting one. It can look like a very light shade of mushroom – if you consider light shades CAPABLE of looking mushroom-toned. Check it out in this kitchen below; looking like quite a fungi…

Benjamin Moore Natural Cream warm neutral paint color on painted kitchen cabinets with brown quartz countertops

Benjamin Moore Natural Cream painted kitchen cabinets, taupe greige. Brown quartz countertop, oak floor.

The slightly darker walls and brown quartz countertops encourage Natural Cream to look a bit mushroomy. HOWEVER, Natural Cream will look mushroom-inspired on a case-by-case basis. If you put it with white quartz countertops, it’s a bit less likely to lean mushroom. Check out Julie Blanner’s kitchen here (which is WICKED pretty). In this kitchen, the cabinets look more like a greige-cream blend.

At the heart of it, Natural Cream is like a greige and cream hybrid. So, while there are muted gray elements, this color is warm at heart. As for undertones, it’s a ninja, for sure. While it doesn’t CATER hard to one undertone or another, it can shift based on its environment between a green or pink. KEEP IN MIND, these undertones are so subtle that they’re hardly worth considering unless you’re super particular or have a fussy finish you’re partnering it with.

The Best Off-White & Light Depth Kitchen Cabinet Colors


Pashmina is gorgeous. No matter your exposure, Pashmina is a great color to explore. This soft, medium-toned neutral WILL lean a bit more gray in a north-facing room. It will also look MUCH WARMER in warm afternoon western sunshine (nature o’ the beast), but overall, this is one gorgeous fungus.

Benjamin Moore Pashmina, best mushroom greige paint colour. vaulted ceiling, wood furniture. KYlie M E-design

While Pashmina CAN pick up a very (very) vague green undertone, it’s a great mediator between the beige and gray world.

  • GOOD FOR: North, south, west, and east-facing rooms – she’s a beauty!

Benjamin Moore Pashmina in eating area, dining room. TCE Quartz 3001, trees, green outside the window. Kylie M INteriors edesign

FULL Paint Color Review: Benjamin Moore Pashmina



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Loggia is similar to Balanced Beige, losing the typical ‘golden beige’ look and becoming more muted and neutral – ESPECIALLY in a north or east-facing room!

In my IDEAL WORLD, both of these colors would be about 25% darker. However, the ‘darker versions’ of these colors (in the fan deck), pick up too much brown for this fussy girl. I would be more tempted to ask the paint store to darken Balanced Beige or Loggia by 25% if I want a wink more depth.

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  • GOOD FOR: North and east-facing rooms
  • NOT AS GOOD FOR: South and west-facing rooms (it could look more beige than mushroom)

Sherwin Williams Loggia, Kylie M. Best neutral beige tan paint colour for walls

exterior paint palette with Sherwin Williams Loggia and Benjamin Sail Cloth. Kylie M Interiors Edesign online paint colour consulting



Gallery Buff is a beautiful take on mushroom and is comparable to Pashmina’s intentions. This gorgeous shade comes from Benjamin Moore’s Color Stories Collection, meaning you can’t use it on the exterior, but oh boy, is it a stunner for cabinets and walls!

Benjamin Moore Gallery Buff, best mushroom paint color, greige. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, Samplize peel and stick paint samples.

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  • GOOD FOR: North, east, south, west – this paint color is the BEST! Or it could be!

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If you’re looking for a LIGHTER approach to mushroom and one that’s not as traditionally warm, check out Anew Gray. Anew Gray is a light-medium greige that IS a shade of greige – not mushroom. However, in a south-facing room or a west-facing room in the afternoon, it does lean that bit warmer and starts nodding towards a mushroom-inspired look! I also love the slightly darker, Mega Greige, coming up next.

Popular gray or greige paint colour, Sherwin Williams Anew Gray, stacked stone fireplace, vaulted ceiling, oak floors, round chandelier. Kylie M INteriors Edesign, client photo

  • GOOD FOR: South and west-facing rooms
  • NOT AS GOOD FOR: It could look more like a warm gray in north and east-facing rooms


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Just like Anew Gray, Mega Greige is ‘open to perception’ based on how YOU see mushroom. If you have a north-facing room or one with flat afternoon eastern light, Mega Greige is more likely to look like a slightly flat greige-taupe. However, in south-facing or warm afternoon sunshine, it warms up a bit!

Check out Mega Greige on these built-in cabinets – BEAUTIFUL!

Tobacco cognac brown leather sofa, stone fireplace, oak built-ins painted Sherwin Williams Mega Greige. Kylie M Interiors Edesign


Mushroom paint colors are reasonably flexible, with a range of colors that look good in a palette with them…


Now, I was surprised that Farrow & Ball didn’t a ‘typical’ shade of mushroom, seeing as these types of colors are definitely in their wheelhouse. What I did land on was something even a bit better…


You might be surprised to learn that Light Gray…isn’t light gray. Instead, Light Gray is a GORGEOUS mushroom-inspired color, with strong greige roots. While I have mild concerns about the degree of green in it, the overall look could definitely give you that muted, dusky approach that’s trendy on today’s cabinets!

Could it give a mushroom look on your cabinets or walls? You bet; just make sure your surroundings finishes suit the more noticeable green hue. You’ll also want to note that it’s a bit darker than the more modern approach to mushroom cabinets, but if you ask me, this makes it almost prettier!



If you’d like to see Light Gray in action, check it out HERE by Oak Stone Homes (absolutely stunning).



Stony Ground is a stunner. This lighter mushroom shade has more depth than Natural Cream but isn’t as dark and moody as Light Gray.

I haven’t done much work with Farrow & Ball and don’t get many clients asking for it. This means I don’t have photos to show you (as I don’t take from other Designers and only use my own photos). However, I DO have some good info for you!

Stony Ground has an LRV of almost 55, putting it on the border of the light and light-medium depths. If you’re painting cabinets, the satin or pearl finish of the paint can make Stony Ground look a bit lighter. If you paint your walls in a matte or eggshell, Stony Ground reads more like a light-medium depth.

Farrow and Ball Stony Ground mushroom tan peel and stick



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  1. Hi Kylie,
    I love your posts! In fact you helped me decide on Ballet White for some of the rooms in my home. Thank you : )
    I have Ben Moore Stone Hearth in my open kitchen/dining/living rooms with east, south and north windows. I’m just curious how you would describe stone hearth? I think it is probably a taupe but not 100% sure. Hope you have a great weekend!

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  2. We just chose anew gray for the kitchen, dining and great room and morning room of our upcoming home due to the cabinets being a taupeish gray or grayish taupe…gray in the name but definitely warm gray with taupe undertones. They might even be closer to mushroom than I thought. There are no north windows but there are west windows and a morning room by the kitchen with south and west windows.. I’m worried now it will lean too brown. I have revere pewter at my current home and I am all about the warm grays with green undertones. Do you think we were right to choose based on the cabinets in the open concept area, or could I get away with collonade gray and soft gray with taupe undertone cabinets. This builder uses sw only and i got collonade gray from your article that compares it to bm revere pewter. Am I going too earthy?

  3. Hi Kylie
    Your knowledge of color is amazing, so insightful! I have been mulling over the greens such as grey mirage, pashima, floristine plaster where I started and now I have discovered mountain air!, this is for a southwest large room with a pine ceiling. I love the gray tones but feel a hue of green is becoming in this room facing the river and greenery outdoors! looking for a timeless hue in this space! What are the undertones and LRV in mountain air?, would this be considered a cooler green in this space? Is this color still popular and considered timeless? Decisions, decisions??? I love your blog!!!
    Thanks, Carole B

  4. Hi Kylie,

    Your blogs have been so helpful for me for these last few weeks as I’m having my entire house repainted in a few weeks. I would like the dominant color to be a medium greige. After going back & forth and reading several of your blogs on grays and undertones, I believe we have decided on SW Requisite Gray for much of the main living areas. We thought we wanted Repose initially but it was too white and we also tried Dorian but that was too gray. I wanted to add a little more color to my master bedroom, however, and trying to decide between purple undertones or blue/green undertones. I found SW Silvermist which is a contender but I’m having trouble finding an option for the purple undertones. Would you be able to suggest a few? I’ve already looked at BM Elephant Gray & Sidewalk Gray but they look too gray and not purple enough. I dont want anything too dark. The room faces south and gets decent natural light.

    Thanks so much for all the info in your blogs!

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      Hi Crystal, I love Requisite Gray, but will admit I’ve had more success with Anew Gray as it is a bit more flexible (if you’re so inclined…) Have you tried Proper Gray or Essential Gray for the bedroom?

  5. Kylie,
    Love your site. It has been so helpful and answers the questions I’ve had through the years of why something works or not and for explaining the theory behind the colors and their undertones.
    I’m a baby boomer and getting ready to do some remodeling. I have to admit, I don’t want to stick with the old yellow color pallets, but the new colors feel lifeless and uninviting to me though I like the clean look. I have artwork I’ve collected through the years–some have a gold frame and the art in it looks best with a gold frame. Please suggest a paint color so I can display some of my art work and treasures through the years. I have 8 foot ceilings and my house sits northeast to southwest.
    First project is my facing southwest. I’ve picked a tile for my shower that is a warmer gray with cream. Now I need some color suggestions to go with it and how to blend it into the rest of my house. I’ve come up with Revere Pewter, but I’m not totally in love with it.
    Thank you so much.

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      Hi Laurie, thank you for your note! When it comes to personal questions like this, I really do need to refer to my E-design business! I try to give as much complimentary info as I can on my blog, and if that doesn’t help it might be time for a closer look, this way I can look at how much light you have, flooring, furnishings, etc…otherwise it’s a 100% educated guess…if that interests you, the link is here… https://www.kylieminteriors.ca/online-decorating-design-services/
      Hope to hear from you!

  6. I am so excited about this post! I have been going round & round forever trying to figure out paint color with our crazy trim and having not a single room that gets a light of light. I want an updated fresher look, but with our trim & furnishings, grays just aren’t quite right. I LOVE Mega Greige, but felt it was too dark, so I tried Agreeable Gray (in a small room, in case it didn’t work) Yep, that was a fail. Not enough color & too pale. Mushroom is exactly what I need & I’m glad to hear it’s popular. I love the clean look of grays, but not enough warmth & life in them for me. Now I feel like I can really stop stressing & get painting – can’t wait to grab some Anew Gray & Mega Greige! Thank you so much!!

  7. Kylie,thanks for this post. I think mushroom is definitely the colour I’m looking for as I’m trying to tie together brown and grey in the furnishings and kitchen cabinets. Just wondering however what a colour like Balanced Beige looks like if there is both a south and east exposure in the same room., with the southern exposure being the largest of the two windows? Does it still look too brown or does it retain a good mushroom tone and a bit of warmth?
    Thanks so much.

    1. My living room faces southeast and I am having a hard time finding the right color for it. What color did you decide to go with?

  8. Hey,
    I have been reading your blogs they are great. Although, I am having a hard time with my living room color. I am wanting a warm mushroom/ beige/ Greige color that will tie in together well with relaxed kaki from Sherwin Williams . My entry way and dinning room is the tan color but I need a more grey color in the living room. I hate the blue tones and it’s a north facing room. I have requisite grey in the room now and it’s just too blue and doesn’t go well with the other rooms. Any suggestions?

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  9. Love your content! I am considering a mushroom color for my West facing kitchen which sits between our living room that is SW Accessible Beige (lightened by 25%) and our dining room which is SW Poolhouse Blue. We have medium cherry colored cabinetry and black (with a bit of grey and brown) granite countertops. The kicker of this room is that it runs up our stairway which gets light from the north east. I am curious if you think a mushroom might work in this case considering anew grey and mega greige?

  10. Have read a number of your blogs and have settled on Pashmina for kitchen walls but am having a hard time figuring out what to use for trim – as important a decision if not more so! Am currently considering BM Mascarpone, White Cloud, Cotton Balls, White Dove… trying to stay on the warm, cream side. Suggestions? Thank you!

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  11. Hi Kylie! I follow you IG and love you listening and reading up on your knowledge of color. So I am about to have my north facing kitchen cabinets painted Edgecomb Gray 50% darker. Do you think by darkening them it will put them more in the Mushroom category? Also, I read a few people complain that EG has pink undertones. Do you think by darkening it 50% this should combat this?
    Thanks! Elizabeth

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      Hi Elizabeth, thank you for following me, I love to hear that! So, I haven’t darkened EG by 50%, but I would venture that it WOULD get more mushroom looking, but keep in mind that the SHEEN on cabinets can lighten the look up again. And it’s totally a guess, but yes, I would think 50% would help this. I found that when I LIGHTENED EG by 50% in my own home a wink more pink came up,so I would ‘think’ that it could actually dissipate as it darkens – but again, i don’t KNOW for sure :).

  12. Hi Kylie,
    I love your website and have been spending hours reading every little thing about grays, beiges, greiges, mushrooms, etc. for my kitchen remodel. I ordered a ton of samples from samplize and I was so excited when they arrived 10 days later (they have delays from covid). I found the PERFECT color – SW Keystone Gray! It goes perfectly with my backsplash and countertops. But then the company painting my cabinets informed me they will only use Benjamin Moore colors and now I am beside myself! Do you have a couple recommendations for BM colors that are similar to SW Keystone Gray that are mushroomy and can lean brown in a well lit south-facing kitchen? My walls will be classic gray. Much thanks!

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      Oh man. Is there no other company you can talk to??? I mean, I don’t usually love colour matching, but the FIRST thing you could try is to have BM colour match Keystone Gray for you – see how it turns out. This could be closer than us trying to find a colour that’s similar, you know? BM Kingsport Gray is browner and won’t be great with Classic Gray. Waynesboro Taupe is closer, but still no screamin’ glory as Classic Gray does want your colour to lean that bit more gray vs brown. BM Briarwood? Nope.

      Sorry, that’s all I’ve got!

  13. i’m wanting to do my cabinets BM natural cream. the kitchen is vaulted and an open floor plan with the great room, all one continuous vault… that being said: would you paint ceiling, walls, trim, and cabinets natural cream? or is that too much? is it better to do the ceiling, walls, trim a lighter off white like white dove and do only the cabinets in natural cream?

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