This is probably going to be a multiple post kinda project. I've got so many little details crammed into this room and I can't wait to share it with you.
Two years ago, I painted and redecorated our guest room. To be completely honest, the moment I put the paint on the walls I knew that I was anything but thrilled. I honestly thought I would love the darker grey, but it just wasn't my thing. I hoped it would grow on me. Nope...
So we switched out bedroom furniture. We took the bedroom suit from our master bedroom when we got our new one, but I still didn't love it. It was just too big and overpowering. Finally I just gave up.
I sold the large bedroom suit and started from scratch.
I chose Glidden's Antique Beige paint for the walls. I am head over heels in love with this pretty shade!
I honestly thought it was going to take a lot of paint to cover the gray walls because they were so dark, but I only used a little over one gallon of paint! I was so shocked! This paint covered so well.
I've got two coats on all the walls and I get to begin painting the trim a fresh, crisp white.
Painting walls burns about 320 calories per hour!
As I've gotten older, I have found that I am in love with neutrals with lots of bold, cheerful accents. I love clean, simple designs with beautiful colors. My husband and I both love decluttered rooms and I am looking forward to showing you how this room progresses. My stepchildren use this room a month and a half out of the year. The rest of the time, I'd like to create a relaxing area for guests when they visit. By using neutrals, I can switch up colors as trends and my moods change.