Over the years, I have worked with a southern client on updating his home with new paint colors. It still amazes me how a coat of paint can totally transform a room! Here are a few sneak peek before and after photos of his newly painted home. There are a lot of photos in this post so grab a cup of coffee and relax and enjoy:
A welcoming new color of Stonington Gray HC-170 renews this entry hallway and stairs:
Benjamin Moore Winter Solstice 1605 was painted to update the living room:
I just love before and after pictures, don’t you? The new dining room in Coventry Gray HC-169 :
You can see a big difference in the before and after photo of the downstairs powder room:
And upstairs, here is a sneak peek of the master bath makeover using Ben Moore Palladian Blue:
I think this is my favorite transformation:
It is the upstairs bath repainted in Ben Moore Baltic Sea CSP-680. Love this color here!
I will share more photos of the upstairs master bedroom and guest room next time. Thank you so much Jeff for letting me share!!
Do you love tulips like I love tulips? One of my very favorites flowers. So many colors, long lasting and beautiful in a group or all alone. I was very fortunate to be able to visit a tulip farm here in RI, Wicked Tulips Flower Farm. They planted over 800,000! tulip bulbs this year!!
They are open to the public in the Spring. There is a charge of $5.00 to get in and the farm provides baskets or buckets to hold all of your stems. I had too many flowers and just carried in my arms! So much fun!You pick the tulip by pulling up on the stem so you will get a long stem. They provide large work tables after you are finished picking and brown wrapping paper so you can wrap up and take your treasures home. Each tulip is only $1.00!
Just amazing, isn’t it??
To read more about Wicked Tulips Farm Flowers, you can visit their website here.
And here are a couple ways I used these beautiful tulips after I picked them:
Have a great weekend everyone!