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jruth1

Egg shell and satin are the same. Just ask a pro.

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patridot

jruth1, satin and eggshell are similar, but not the same. This article explains it very nicely:

https://www.reference.com/home-garden/difference-between-satin-paint-eggshell-paint-df558ba83f04a157

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Fence For Life Company

I think creating an idea book would be a great first step. After that, really focusing on 4-5 colors max and working your way from there. It would help stay concise, and creative at the same time.

   

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