Love my red leather look, but...

by laurajean
(Jersey Shore)

I'm going bold in a room that we have decided to make into a bar/game room. We have the bar set up, the wii and ps(?) all ready to go, we just need the pool table and a paint color to complement the bold red faux leather. I will be installing chair rail and frames (don't know what you call that look) on the white part...I just don't want it to be white. I tried bright white, soft white...doesn't seem to work. I need suggestions, please help.

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Aug 27, 2014
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black NEW
by: Anonymous

I agree that black would look really good with black accents through out the room!

Nov 12, 2011
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brown plaster stone look? NEW
by: leo wattel

on the bottem I would put brown plaster look with a random stone pattern

Oct 19, 2011
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bottom white is not right
by: topstoys

i also have a pool table room and even though we all shoot well enough, you always get that one person who jacks the ball off the table and it pings the wall.... the red leater would be perfect with a wooden panel on the bottom. (and would protect those walls from the stray cue ball being shot off the table in a break) with a nice light stain to be a contrast the the red i think it would look perfect. And the chair rail will cover the depth difference. :)

Jun 02, 2011
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Perhaps,...
by: Loretta

Maybe a deep Umber with a antique gold color?

Feb 28, 2011
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suggestion
by: C. Bates

I agree that black goes good with that color pattern. I have pics but not sure how to include them on here.

Jan 18, 2011
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the red stays...
by: Duck

how about a hunter-green with a mahogany red trim!

Jan 10, 2011
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Go with . . .
by: Diane

I think black would look rich with black accents on the wall - cue holders, shelves, bar cabinets.

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