Wednesday, June 12, 2013

To Boldly Go.

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I am obviously feeling very  Star Trek nerdy this week. I couldn't tell you why. But I do have another awesome  update for you today! I am super stoked about it. 

Since I've repainted my walls and made my ceilings fabulous I felt like the whole place was a little washed out. The neutral tone on tone was very light and airy but also sort of dull and lack luster in some ways. So I decided to go a little bold, well at least for me anyways. I painted my door from the horrendous mustard brown color of yore to the white that you've seen up until this point. (Sorry no before picture of that since it was from before I started blogging. Sad face.)




I decided to leave the outside of the door white since it looks really good with the storm door and the trim and everything on the exterior of the house. I started by painting the inside brown trim of the door a nice white to match the moulding around the outside of the frame.


I was also updating the lock due to an unfortunate roommate moving situation. Have I mentioned I am pretty much over the roommate thing? Ugh.


I used the same blue color that I had on the barstools since I used so little of that paint and I really enjoyed the color. I left the trim around the window white so it wouldn't look too weird or lazy.


Here's a more expansive view of the new color! I think it looks awesome. Plus it adds a little bit more of that cottage-y-ness that I enjoy so much.


Tell me what you think! Do you love it or would you have left it white?

1 comment:

  1. Ugh...roommate drama.

    Anyway, the new door color looks amaziing! I seriously love it and now I want to paint the inside of my front door! I can't believe what a difference it made! I'm loving all of your living room updates so far. I can't wait to see what's next!

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