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April 05, 2010

Envision Color and Win Cash From Benjamin Moore

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Benjamin Moore's Student Design Contest Offers up to $10,000 in cash!

Are you a student in the US or Canada who loves color, knows design, and wants to win up to $10,000 (US) cash?  Benjamin Moore's Student Design Contest is on now!  Discover your favorite trend color combinations from Benjamin Moore and enter your own room designs by April 30, 2010 to show the world how color and design can make space extraordinary.

Here are just a few of the many great design and color ideas we've received so far (in no particular order!).


 Benjamin Moore Envision Color Contest Claret Rose 2
Galit Almog of Fashion Institute of Technology using Claret Rose 2008-20 and Meditation AF-395

Benjamin Moore Envision Color Cedar Green
Natalie Goldsmith of Virginia Tech using Cedar Green 2034-40 and Caponata AF-650

Benjamin Moore Envision Color Contest Claret Rose 1 
  Corine Fortin of C├ęgep de l'Outaouais using Claret Rose 2008-20 and August Morning 2156-40

Benjamin Moore Envision Color Contest Fools Gold 
Lorna Marcuzzo of Drexel University using Fool's Gold PT-250 and Calm OC-22

  Benjamin Moore Envision Color Contest August Morning 1 
 Lauren Shaw of Virginia Tech using August Morning 2156-40 and Carob AF-160


Once you enter, use Facebook, Twitter, or a good old fashioned megaphone to tell all your friends to vote for you!  The top ten designs will move on to Round 2 where the designs will be judged by a Benjamin Moore professional design team.  Get all the details here, get creative, and get that prize! 

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Im hoping for a full recovery of the place.

This is a nice blog.There are many websites offering cash for Christmas.I visited one such website which was offering to win cash for Christmas by just signing up.

Hi Francilla, thanks for sending all those pics. Take a look at Deep Ochre 1048 for the basement exterior. You've begun a one color or monochromatic color scheme with Dorset Gold and Cream Yellow. The Coppertone has more of a orange influence and draws attention to itself. The Deep Ochre is more yellow based and may work well. In fact, look even at the colors around it for lighter and darker variations. For your interior, your palette is bright and cheery. The Sherwood Green fights the yellow based colors you have at play, but I like the idea of using a cooler color on that accent wall. Look at Rendezvous Bay 726. It's a vibrant sea blue that adds unexpected punch to your palette. Let me know what you think. I'm emailing you with a bit more, as well-- keep an eye out for that,too! Sonu

Hi Sonu,

Thank you for your response.
I had a little problem with the URL so I organized the pictures using Picasa. There are albums there named:
Moka Residence - External
Moka Residence - Stairwell
I've also added:
Moka Residence - Upstairs
Moka Residence - Downstairs

Please let me know if you can access them. If not,I'll try the URL again.

I am hoping to find alternatives for the Sherwood green and the Coppertone. Perhaps either the Asbury sand or the suntan yellow on that wall and paint the stair risers white may be an option, but I would love to have your advice.

I haven't a clue what to do about the Coppertone on the external walls.


Francilla.

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