I am so excited to share this with you this morning. Since moving in June, I’ve been working on a few rooms but have never really had a flow or one piece that just represents the color palette for this house. Well this pin pretty much has it all. The gold, black, blue, white and coral all together and I love it! We have a winner! DING DING DING!
I finally figured this out yesterday and I’m so happy. I’ve been unsure of what way to go with so many things and now I know! Here is how this came about. I was a bad girl yesterday. I started out putting up lovely green frog tape around the doors in my Master Bedroom and it was going along swimmingly. I was planning on getting that nasty oak trim painted with primer and then hopefully another coat of primer later in the day. I was interrupted by the bub’s waking up so I stopped taping and we went down into the kitchen for some breakfast. Then I happened to walk into the dining room and had a thought, what if I brought the original buffet back into the dining room and moved the black one into the basement? From there the rest of the day just went right to the dining room. I had the hubby help me bring up the buffet from the basement and immediately I liked it in there. Then I decided it needed a paint job because it was pretty banged up from moving. Another aha moment, I have coral paint in the garage and what if I painted the trim around the edges gold? Maybe the black lamps from our bedroom would look great on this buffet. Maybe Pinterest has something to help the hubby visualize this color scheme. Of course they did and I was a pinning fool.
The Dining Room Pinspiration and I LOVE this first picture:
Here is some of my Pinspiration from yesterday for our Master Bedroom with the navy walls. I can’t wait to paint the white trim today. For reals. Unless of course I find something else to distract me.
The cloffice was the starting point for this color combo of blue, gold, white and coral.
The Powder Room and Family Room are also already joining in the color palette togetherness and I didn’t even know or try it! I love when that happens!!! Obviously the family room needs a lot of work yet but it’s a starting point!
Do you have a color palette for your home? Does it all mix and mingle together? Now my only question is, would gray cabinets in the kitchen just throw this all out the window?
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