Hi guys! Yesterday, when I told the husband about my plans to repaint the foyer and stairwell, he told me that our home’s square footage has decreased from all of the coats of paint.
Really. Is that not the MOST OBNOXIOUS comment you’ve ever heard?
Never mind that it may be true.
He might not believe this, and he probably has good reason not to, but I think I’ve FINALLY settled on my favorite paint colors for our home.
Yes, there has been a little trial and error. I really hope that sharing them here doesn’t jinx me.
If I’m back next year sharing my “favorites” again, you have my permission to give me all of the crap you can sling.
Here we go.
1. Benjamin Moore’s Linen White.
This warm white, with a tinge of yellow is bright and beautiful. It’s perfect for our north facing family room, breakfast nook, and kitchen.
I plan to paint our foyer and stairwell this color too, as the current color is way too yellow and dark.
2. Behr’s Cracked Pepper. This dark gray is the perfect contrast to the Linen White. It’s kind of dusty chalkboard color.
As you know, I have a REAL dusty chalkboard wall in my kitchen, but I love the color so much I painted my fireplace.
3. Sherwin Williams’ China Doll is another neutral I love. It doesn’t have the warmth of Linen White, but this color is beautiful in the front of the house, in south facing rooms like the den and the powder room.
4. I am smitten with pops of Maison Blanche Riveria. This gorgeous turquoise adds the fun playful touch that we love.
Sometimes I wander around the house to find stuff to paint.
Is that weird?
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