Since my last post was sharing how NOT to choose paint colors (go here for that), today's post is a roundup of some of the most popular cool neutral paint colors from Benjamin Moore. Cool neutrals are (ironically) the hottest paint colors these days and they're what you see on shows like Fixer Upper and Flip or Flop. The colors shown here can all be used together as a palette or any one of them would be perfect for the entire house. There are photos of each color so you can get an idea how they look in a room setting. Let me know which one is your favorite!
We all want that perfect paint color. You know, the one that makes your home look like it should be featured in your favorite magazine. But while there are always several good paint color choices for your space, there is not one perfect color. I'm sharing some of my best insider tips with you today on how not to choose a paint color as well as the best ways to make a good choice.
You know that closet that you shove things into just to get them out of the way temporarily? I couldn't stand ours any longer and organized it last week. It needed to be tamed and reclaimed and I spent a few days converting it into an organized office closet and I'm so glad I did. It was totally worth the effort.
Changing up little things around the house keeps it from looking stale. There are so many flowers blooming in these days that it's fun to mix different colors and flowers. A couple of days ago I shared some peonies and lilacs mixed with some soft pastels (go here for that), and today I'm sharing some ideas for mixing blue and green together using some lily of the valley.
Spring has sprung in all its glory here. And that means there are lots of pretty flowers and branches to clip and bring indoors for decor. A couple of days ago our peonies began to bloom. I snipped a few of them and included them in our porch decor, along with some of my favorite vintage finds. I shared a sneak peek of these on instagram a couple of days ago so if you follow me there you have already seen a version of this photo.
Not too long ago we added an upholstered headboard in the master bedroom after having the mattresses simply resting on a frame for several years. We had upgraded from a full size bed to a queen and I didn't know exactly what I wanted, so we didn't have a headboard. Although I liked the idea of building one myself, I'm not good with that kind of thing so the DIY never happened. And I mistakenly thought that all upholstered headboards were super expensive. I'm very budget conscious so I didn't really consider buying one until I did a some research and found some very affordable ones. It was such a simple and inexpensive way to upgrade the look of the room that I'm not sure what took us so long! Today I'm sharing some bedroom decorating ideas plus some very affordable sources for headboards. Get ready to be inspired!