Cherie Nies Cowgill, of Nies Homes, inside one of her model homes in the Garden Walk subdivision off 21st Street near 143rd Street East. The warm colors of the home are a popular theme called “greige,” a mixture of gray and beige. The wall is painted with “Revere Pewter,” Benjamin Moore’s most popular color right now. (Feb. 13, 2014)
Cherie Nies Cowgill, of Nies Homes, inside one of her model homes in the Garden Walk subdivision off 21st Street near 143rd Street East. The warm colors of the home are a popular theme called “greige,” a mixture of gray and beige. The wall is painted with “Revere Pewter,” Benjamin Moore’s most popular color right now. (Feb. 13, 2014) The Wichita Eagle
Cherie Nies Cowgill, of Nies Homes, inside one of her model homes in the Garden Walk subdivision off 21st Street near 143rd Street East. The warm colors of the home are a popular theme called “greige,” a mixture of gray and beige. The wall is painted with “Revere Pewter,” Benjamin Moore’s most popular color right now. (Feb. 13, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

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