Riddle me this friend.
What do you get when you take a little pallet wood, mix in vintage grain sacks and blue and white ticking?
Add a little navy blue and encylopedias (remember those) and spool table.
Mix it with an over-sized chalkboard, a color called SW Wool Skein and a wood wall.
Combine all the ingredients, mix and stir….
….and you get a fun, industrial, teenage boy room makeover.
I’m so excited to be partnering with Sherwin-Williams again for National Painting Week. They challenged me to create a space featuring one of my favorite color pallets and I can’t wait to show you the room.
And the best part (don’t you love how there’s always a best part)?
It’s a room I’ve never showed you before on the blog.
Just when you thought you had seen them all….another one shows up.
It’s tucked away at the top of the stairs with a beautiful set of bay windows.
And vintage architecture.
And a little bit of old with a little bit of new….
…..for a whole new look.
I’ll show you next week.
Befores and afters and projects and plenty of inspiration.
But until then….here’s a few of the colors I used in the room.
See you next week….
….I still have a little painting to do. 🙂
PS In honor of National Painting Week, Sherwin-Williams is giving away $100 gift certificate to one lucky reader. Enter below and good luck!
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disclosure: This post was written in a collaborative partnership with Sherwin-Williams for National Painting Week. All opinions on painting and colors and rooms are completely my own. Please see my disclosure page for more information.