Benjamin Moore shaker beige HC-45 This inviting mid-toned tan evokes the elements of a lazy beach hideaway—smooth sand, burnished driftwood, a woven sun hat the color of café au lait. Will probably keep this color on wall(s) in kids shared bedroom as I chose to paint it over a year ago knowing it was neutral and look good with boy or girl baby bedding.
Great pin by a fellow #homestager- (though I'm adventurous and like using grays and other neutrals, these are the most well known beige color). #Staging Your Home For Sale Color Inspiration: Manchester Tan HC-81, Monroe Bisque HC-26, Camoflage 2143-40, Carrington Beige HC-93, Shaker Beige HC-45, Nantucket Gray HC-111
The bottom cabinet is nice because it means that I wouldnt need built in shelves above. I could do this, I don't want too many cabinets in the bar. I like the "open" look. This is actually giving me great ideas for cheaper alternatives to built in shelves, and I love this look. And plants are awesome. Just sayin.