Nodding, he glanced at her. “I think that sounds good. But what about the other ones? Would we be using the untextured one, or one of the others?” He hoped that she would understand what he was trying to say, because he’d never really had to deal with this kind of thing. Derrick raised an eyebrow, awaiting to hear her opinion.
"We can use textured for one wall, and you can chose another shade of grey for the other 3 walls." She smiled, nodding slightly over at him. "I know, this can be really confusing, especially to a guy." Dylan laughed teasingly.
Glancing over the shades, and looking around the room, Derrick pointed to the textured one.”I like the idea of an accent wall. It’d spice the room up, I guess. But which wall do you think would be best?” Raising an eyebrow, he went from looking to the colors, to Dylan, and back, awaiting her answer. He knew it had been a good idea to invite her to help. He had needed a professional, else he wouldn’t have been able to figure this out. An accent wall…who would’ve thought. Shaking his head slightly, he rubbed at the back of his neck, absorbed in trying to figure out what wall would be what color, and where.
"How about the back wall?" she asked, arching a brow. "Its the smallest one and the first one you see when you walk in." She nodded, looking over at him for response. Hopefully this would help him in some sort because he seemed to be having some trouble.