It’s Week 2 of the One Room Challenge—this week I’m unveiling the simple magic of paint. While absolutely nothing else in the room is complete, paint completely transformed the space. It’s the biggest impact for the least amount of investment. I always encourage clients to consider a paint change, even if it wasn’t on their radar initially. I’ve never been disappointed in my decision to bust out my paint brush. See how we turned this basic beige into a beautiful backdrop for our floral-inspired nursery.
I knew we wanted to go pink in this room, but I wasn’t sure how much. My client, a second time mom-to-be, wasn’t sure about an an all pink room so we went with a half-wall design and painted Benjamin Moore’s Rose Accent on the lower half of the wall, up the the 5’ mark, and kept it nice and bright on top with Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace. I’m so happy with how it turned out. To contrast the pink and white, we’re repainting a vintage dresser in Benjamin Moore’s Jack Pine. It’s going to be so good together!
Next week I’m going to unveil our $100 Craigslist find, stay tuned!
Don’t forget to check out all the other amazing One Room Challenge participants—so many great spaces getting makeovers this spring!