I’m starting to believe that someone could suffocate in the number of paint swatches I’ve managed to accumulate over the last couple of weeks. That someone will probably be me, but I’m holding out until after the long weekend.
While there’s so many other projects I could be working on, I’ve decided the holiday weekend calls for something more relaxing. Which means I’ll be texturing the drywall and painting at least three rooms in the house.
Here are some of the colors I’ve been considering…
Shades of gray and green in the kitchen:
Similar (or the same) color for the great room:
And blues or greens for the office area:
I love people who are like, we picked out three shades, painted some swatches, and picked the perfect color all in a day! That is a gift, and it is not one I posses. You’ll remember that I went through this same 250-paint-swatch routine in the master bedroom and bath as well.
The fact that the kitchen, office, and great room are all very open to each other makes these color choices challenging, particularly if I want to use different colors without making it feel like you just stepped into a Crayola box.
However, I’ve got a few hours of fun with drywall mud before I have to go to the paint store and make an actual decision. Here’s to paint rollers and long weekends!