I went with the Sherwin Williams Tidewater although I had it mixed at Benjamin Moore. Instead of using white for the ceiling - I saw a suggestion on-line - to use a lighter shade that coordinated with the wall color so I used the pale blue called glimmer on the same paint sample card as the Tidewater.
The beach print on the wall here is from a Etsy seller called Kelly Bermudez. Here is the photo from her Etsy listing and the link to her nautical beach section on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/shop/kellybermudez?section_id=11927539
Check out her shop for this and other reasonably priced reproductions of her original artwork.
I love her art work and I was blessed to have won this piece in a giveaway she hosted some time ago. I just recently got the frame for it at Home Goods but I still plan to take it to Michael's to have them add a turquoise matting.
I had purchased a shower curtain which you can see in the before blog post but it was a somewhat busier print. When I bought my towels I found this shower curtain which I just had to have.
I purchased both of these at home goods.
I need to come up with some ideas for these two walls -- I saw some interesting rectangular mirrors for the long wall at Home Goods which would look nice and I'd like to also find or make some kind of shelf - to put seashell or driftwood on.
Whether you love or hate what I've done, I'd love to hear from you - please share your ideas for finishing touches. I plan to paint the brown cabinets also but can't decide what color to do them or how to do it so I'm all ears for suggestions.