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keya

I could not believe it when I looked at the comments on my little blog (and I mean little - I am only 15 posts strong...) and saw that Seema Persaud from H&H, this H&H, actually read something of mine and encouraged me to share back! Wow, what an honor to even be noticed. Being a HUGE H&H fan, how could I resist??? So I was completely inspired by the princess margaret showhome of 2011, I LOVED the mustard accents. I have been mulling mustard over ever since. Yep, it takes me a long time to mull things over...  You see, I am really a white/black/grey girl but something about that kitchen spoke to me. Anyway, I had to find some way of bringing in the mustard. So here it is:http://www.vintageprairiestyle.blogspot.ca/2012/08/milk-painting-diaries-chapter-3-french.htmlI did this little table up to sell, but as often happens to me, I am getting pretty attached and finding that mustard and grey get along really well... maybe she is not forsale afterall. So what do you think? Have I come too late to the mustard party? Should I move on and let her go? I hope mustard is not passe, cause I just finished a mustard and chalkboard desk that I am rather fond of - I would hate to think it is out already... 

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BrianRoberts

joeanna anthony wrote:
I too liked the combination of mustard and grey. I went thru those pictures and found the combination really nice. So I would suggest that you keep that Not For Sale board on your table. :-)
 I agree with you.http://www.paramountbathrooms.co.uk

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christophermathew

The mustard color is giving a lively look to your kitchen. I really liked it. Kitchen Cabinet Design

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joeanna anthony

I too liked the combination of mustard and grey. I went thru those pictures and found the combination really nice. So I would suggest that you keep that Not For Sale board on your table. :-)

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