Tuesday, November 3, 2015

MY FIVE FAVORITES: PAINT COLORS


Hello Friends!  I'm so excited to introduce a new monthly series to you today called My Favorite Five!  Once again, I'm teaming up with my talented blog buddies-

Pam of Simple Details 

This series will replace our former monthly collaboration, Best of the Nest Link Party.  Every first Tuesday of each month we'll have a different theme to share our favorite things with you. 

We will also introduce you to a guest host each month, and we're honored to have Cassie from Primitive and Proper with us today.  Cassie is a long time blogger, savvy business woman, successful shop owner, avid DIYer, and definitely qualifies as an expert on paint!  Be sure to hop over and meet her if you're not friends yet.

For our first installment of this new series, we're sharing our five favorite paint colors with you today.  I'm sure my co-hosts would agree that one of the most frequent questions we're asked as home bloggers is about paint colors.  Here are my top 5 go-to colors I use in my home.



Tricorn Black by Sherwin Williams

Sherwin Williams Tricorn Black, french provincial dresser, gold ornate mirror
My Entry- Dresser was a Craigslist purchase that I painted

I've painted all of my interior doors in the common areas of the house Tricorn Black, and I love the drama they add!

Sherwin Williams Tricorn Black, DIY Canvas Wall Art, Audrey Hepburn quote, faux turtle shell Nate Berkus
DIY Canvas Art



Meadow Green by Rustoleum (spray paint)

Rustoleum Meadow Green, Sofa Table Styling, decorative bust, blue and white, chiang mai dragon pillows
Sofa Table Styled 3 Ways

Rustoleum Meadow Green, DIY abstract painting, Polish Pottery, succulents, vintage dresser
DIY Jewelry Embellished Vase



Urbane Bronze by Sherwin Williams

Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze, peacock mirror, Lindsay Letters Come Thou Fount print, Gray mantle
Mantel Makeover

This is such a great charcoal.  It looks different depending on the lighting and time of day.  I just finished a big project with this one!

Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze, bookshelf styling, bookcase painted backs, waverly Williamsburg fabric
Bookshelf Painted Backs



Sunrise Red by Rustoleum (spray paint)

Rustoleum Sunrise Red, bamboo furniture, bamboo nightstand, glossy red paint
Red Bamboo Nightstand Makeover



Amazing Gray by Sherwin Williams

Sherwin Williams Amazing Gray, Master Bedroom, Duralee Kalah fabric, Skin Tight Ebony leopard fabric, fireplace gallery wall, greek key sconces

I tried no less than 10 different samples of gray for our Master Bedroom.  This one was perfect in our lighting- no blue, green, or purple tint to it.

Sherwin Williams Amazing Gray, Master Bedroom, Brass Chandelier, Sunburst Mirror, Kelly Green Upholstered Headboard, Duralee Kalah Fabric, Malakos fabric, RugsUSA Trellis rug

Be sure to head over to Simple Details, Shine Your LightDriven by Decor, and Primitive and Proper to check out their Five Favorite paint colors, I'm dying to know if we selected any of the same ones!

We want you to join in the Favorites fun too if you're on Instagram.  You can share a photo that includes your favorite paint color and tag it using #myfivefavorites.  I'll be posting there as well (@jenniferdimplesandtangles) to share all of the details of our IG Five Favorites Design Challenge, where one winner will be shared across all five of our accounts on Friday.  So get to posting, we want to see your great colors!

*Don't forget to check in with the Blogger Stylin' Home Tours for more great Thanksgiving Tablescapes today- click here for today's schedule.


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3 comments:

  1. Urbane Bronze is one of my FAVORITE colors! I love how you have used it. I also love your interior doors. I believe that painting them black will be a 2016 project at my house.

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  2. I love this post! I used Tricorn Black on my doors of my old house and LOVED how it turned out too!

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  3. hi! i also love the doors. did you seal them at all? and the dresser os stunning! what makes ot shine so well? im so want to paint something but am scared it will look ordinary! thanks for sharing.

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