Before: Monroe Bisque walls. I liked them, but I didn’t love them, and I wasn’t feeling a connection between the walls and the floor.
After: Walls in Rockport Gray by Benjamin Moore. It’s so much cozier, and it brings out the warm grays in the tile. Now, to do something about my less-than-beautiful kitchen table. I would just spray paint it black, but it’s on loan to me from a relative.
I have looked at so many pictures of gray paint in rooms over the past few weeks, always searching for the perfect gray that didn’t have a blue, brown or purple tint. I settled on Ozark Shadows by Benjamin Moore. One brush of that on my wall and I could tell it was a definite no. It was so purple! So, I searched again and found Rockport Gray by Benjamin Moore, and I love it!
Before: Primed trim that desperately needed a coat of glossy white paint.
Before: Primed and puttied crown moulding that also needed a coat of glossy white.
After: It was a lot of tedious work, but the trim feels so much cleaner and really pops out now against the darker walls.
I still need to finish painting the kitchen (I’m down to just one more small wall) and the adjoining hallways. I can’t wait to share pictures of the finished room!