head diy Design Fanatic: Changing Things Up

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Changing Things Up

One of my next projects is to choose a paint color for the kitchen and breakfast room. I think I started on that way back in January/February when we painted our Dining Room. Don't you find it much easier to help someone else pick a paint color than to pick one for yourself???

In the meantime, I am starting to lighten up the accessories. This applique used to be white, but I painted it dark several years ago. I never really liked it this color, but it went with all the other dark accessories in the room.



Today I got out some creme acrylic paint and started painting. It took me about 10 minutes.

I rubbed the raised parts of the applique so that the paint underneath would show a little.


Now, if only picking a paint color for the room was this easy!

Hope you had a great weekend!

Pam


8 comments:

  1. Little changes makes such a huge difference. Paint colors are easy for me Pam..not to say they are right, they are just easy for me:) and make me happy after, so I guess it is right for us. You do a great job!

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  2. I really like it lighter. It's a neat piece. Good luck on the paint colors. I'm thinking of going to the Parade of Homes and really checking out the walls. But, many times I get in those places and am so impressed with the other details, I forget everything I'm supposed to be looking at. :)
    I hope you are having a great weekend!
    Pam

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  3. I always struggle with everything, including paint! I am such a second guesser. I have faith in you!! :)

    ~Crystal

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  4. It takes me forever to choose a paint color! I always wonder-what does this color say? how does it make me feel? what will it look like in the am, in the pm? Then I paint a huge area and live with it for a week or so! But, once a decision is made, I'm happy! Good luck!
    -Lynn

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  5. What a difference a little paint makes! Looks great Pam! Martina

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  6. I find picking paint colors very anxiety producing so i feel your pain. I love the Sherwin Williams color visualizer though, it helped tremendously when I was choosing colors a couple months ago. Have you tried that?

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  7. How lovely! A sweet metamorphosis.

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    Happy Monday to you.

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  8. Hi Pam...

    Oooh...what a beautiful applique! Soooo frenchy looking! I loved it dark but it is also very pretty in the creamy white! Love how you distressed it too! Simply gorgeous!!! My friend, you have a beautiful dining room...love your dining set!!! Thanks for sharing your painting project with us...as well as your pretty home! Best wishes on selecting the new paint color...that's sooo exciting!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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