Painting The Interior Log Cabin Walls?

My friend and I are renovating the interior of a log cabin built in 1943. It was a fly shop for 20 years prior to us owning it. The walls inside are furred and we have no desire to expose the actual logs. The ceilings had a drop ceiling installed. We have torn those down to expose the logs. The floors are all douglas fir and we are in the process of refinishing them.


They were covered with carpet and linoleum.

We are wanting ideas for paint colors for the walls. The living room which opens up to the kitchen, will have cedar waynescoat halfway up. We're thinking about the same idea with barn wood for the kitchen. We have new white appliances in the kitchen. Please, any paint color ideas?

Brian in Montana

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By Michele (Guest Post)
August 13, 20050 found this helpful

Oh I envy you and your friend. Sounds like it's going to be a wonderful place. We have just redone some of our home and used birch beadboard on the bottom half of the walls and a Mountain Sage paint from Behr on the top halves. Our living room and kitchen open into each other. So they are both painted the same color. Good luck with your color choices.

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