JENNA KATE AT HOME
Unfortunately, it probably will not. Like many things from the 80’s and 90’s, honey oak had its hay-day and probably will not be making a come back any time soon.
There are two main ways of working with any existing element in a home: It can either be downplayed (neutralized and camouflaged); or enhanced (used as a focal point)
Manchester Tan (HC-81) was one of the most popular neutral paint colors around 5 years ago.It has been described as a “warm neutral beige” but also “mushroom”. Both of which I agree with.
Pale Oak (OC-20) is a lovely soft taupe paint color with a slight purple undertone. This undertone means it works really well with more orange-toned honey oak cabinets.
SW Oyster Bar (SW-7565) Another lovely creamy beige that pairs wonderfully with oak cabinetry, trim or floors.
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