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  • Maggie says

    Looks amazing! What are your thoughts on the best way to paint trim that accompanies lime washed walls? Usually I just go with semi gloss white (BM Dove White or Decorator White) but wondering if it will be to shiny next to the lime wash paint.

  • Kristen says

    Gorgeous!! The spaces came out wonderfully. I had already selected a paint color for my bedroom’s accent wall when I came across the limewash effect. Do you know if you can achieve this same look, but with perhaps watered down “regular” paint for the sake of time and ease?


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