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Thursday, March 31, 2022

PAINT COLOR GUIDE FOR MY HOME- PART 2


A few years ago I compiled a post that listed all of the paint colors used in my home. Well, new projects have been completed and other spaces have been updated since then and it's high time for an update, so here's a current paint color guide for my home- part 2! If you landed on this post and don't see a specific color you're looking for, it's likely from an older room or project and is listed in my original paint color guide post. I repeated the major spaces and pieces in this post, but if the color you're looking for isn't here that post might be a good resource for you as well.
 
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WALLS AND SPACES

Walls and Ceiling in Living Room, Kitchen, Dining Room, Entry, and Hallways-
 Benjamin Moore- Manchester Tan mixed at 25% (eggshell)
(White trim in these spaces was here when we purchased so it's unknown)



Main Bedroom Walls and Ceiling- Sherwin Williams Amazing Gray


Main Bathroom- Walls and Trim- Behr Crown Jewel and Behr White
(White trim is Semi Gloss, all other is Satin)



Office Ceiling and Accent Panel- Wrought Iron by Martha Stewart (Home Depot)
Walls- Behr White


Lower Portion of Wall with Moulding- custom matched to existing woodwork
Ceiling and Top White Squares- Simply White, Benjamin Moore
Light Gray Squares- Agreeable Gray, Sherwin Williams
Medium Gray Squares- Agreeable Gray, mixed at 175% (plus a little more black added)
Black Squares- Tricorn Black


Boy's Room Blue/Gray- painted when we first moved in and didn't save the color, sorry!


Girl's Room- Benjamin Moore Simply White




All Exterior Trim, Patio Trim, and Patio Fireplace - SW Simple White





DOORS

Front Door- Sherwin Williams Dignity Blue


Powder Bath Pink Door- Sherwin Williams Dragon Fruit (darkened a bit)


All Black Interior Doors, Kitchen Island, Hall China Cabinet- Sherwin Williams Tricorn Black



Girl's Room Pink Doors- Behr Pink Elephant


CABINETS AND FURNITURE


 Kitchen Cabinets- Sherwin Williams Extra White


 (White color of Living Room shelves was color matched to existing trim, so no name for that one.)


Main Bath Cabinets and Trim- Behr Crown Jewel and Behr White








Entry Dresser- SW Tricorn Black


Chest Nightstands- Behr Decorator White


Armoire Makeover (from orangey oak to a richer brown)- General Finishes Gel Stain in Antique Walnut




SPRAY PAINTS


Favorite Green-  Rustoleum Gloss Meadow Green (or here)


Favorite Navy Spray Paint- Rustoleum Gloss Navy






Hot Pink Lamps- Krylon Gloss Mambo Pink



I've also used Plutonium Vegas, Rustoleum Poppy Pink (displayed product in link is a bad color representation, it's a true hot pink), and Design Master Bright Fuchsia on some projects. 

 






A few other colors I've used on various projects-
Rustoleum Sunburst Yellow, Rustoleum Real Orange, Rustoleum Candy Pink, Rustoleum Poppy Pink, Rustoleum Green Apple, Rustoleum Meadow Green, Rustoleum Spa Blue, Rustoleum Navy




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  1. LOVE your bold use of all colors! Do you prefer Rustoleum spray paint because of quality/experience with it and others, or color choices?
    Thanks!

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    1. A little of both! Mainly color choice, and I think their enamel gloss paint is the most durable I've used. And, I'm at Home Depot most often and that's the brand they carry. :)

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  2. Wow, so much to be inspired by. I've been following your posts religiously, but I find this pulls everything together for me. I love that you can take something, a dresser, mirror or lamp and change it up so that it works within your home! Thanks for this post!

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    1. I love finding treasures and making them my own! Thanks so much for reading! <3

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