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There is nothing better than paint to transform something.  A room, a piece of furniture, an accent piece.  You can reuse things over and over just with a new coat of paint.  I tend to use Benjamin Moore and Farrow & Ball paint brands most often.  Here are a few examples of some little tweaks I’ve done with paint.

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To update this old master bathroom vanity…

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I tried a few colors on the vanity doors and chose the first one, Farrow & Ball London Stone.

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Add some new knobs and a big change!

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In an orange bedroom, I took the mirror from over the bureau…

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Painted it Benjamin Moore Decorator White and hung it over the desk.  Walls painted Benjamin Moore Spring Iris.

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A cabinet I had made to hide all electronic equipment in a family room…

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Is painted fun colors to match the throw pillows in the room.

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Four of these old metal bistro chairs were rusting away in my garage.

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A couple of coats of Rust-Oleum glossy dark gray…

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Now they are perfect for our kitchen eating area.

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Small in scale and don’t take up as much space as our old chairs did.

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A beach house bathroom gets a facelift with a cheery cherry red Benjamin Moore paint.

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Beachy and fun.

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A bulky kitchen pantry (far right) gets a new look…

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I painted it Farrow & Ball Joa’s White, added some new cabinets…

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A whole new look!

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Remember the bulky, old pine TV cabinets like this one that we all had?  I painted the outside black…

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and the inside Farrow & Ball Tallow to match the living room wall color when we redecorated.  A full-service bar!

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the wry home

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