National Painting Week Project…

I’ve come to realize something in life. Color creates moods, and very specific moods. If you know my style, I do not shy away from color. Saying that, I am very specific and picky with color because of the moods and vibes they give off. For instance, you say green and I say, what shade and hue of green? It can’t be just any green. It has be a super specific green. And speaking of green, that’s exactly the color that I chose for National Painting Week. When Sherwin-Williams asked me to choose a color, Hazel jumped at me! It’s exactly what I want in a green. It’s light, airy, pastely and just plain pretty. The only questionable detail was what I did with this glorious color. I decided to turn a side table that I already owned into a colorful furniture piece for my living space.

As you can see, the table was not in bad condition. It just needed a little pick me up. I bought it a few years back on clearance of clearance of clearance at a local home store. I can’t even remember what the original color was because I’ve repainted it so many times. I’ve never been satisfied with the outcome… until now.

I mean, you have to admit, that is a pretty color!! In fact, someone needs to paint cabinets or an accent wall in this color. Heck, even this on hardwood floors would be stunning.

I am so happy with how this quick and easy project turned out. It just proves again that a little paint can go along way!

For more SWPaintinWeek.com GREEN awesomeness, check out Vintage Revivals nieces bedroom and Four Generations One Roof’s bathroom. And tomorrow be inspired by RED with Thistlewood Farm, I Heart Nap Time and House Of Earnest.

This blog post was written as part of a collaboration with Sherwin-Williams. I received compensation and all words and opinions are my own. 

3 comments on “National Painting Week Project…

  1. Cori Magee on said:

    Love this, perfect color choice for that table.

  2. Kevin | Thou Swell on said:

    The color blue you picked looks so great with your rug!

  3. Brooke of Pure and Noble on said:

    Love love love! Such a great color pop without going over the top! Well done. xo

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