During the holiday hustle and bustle I received a let’s home decor partner project together email from a surprise source.
You’ve got mail never read so good.
The exclamation point perfectly befits my strong feeling of great delight.
The content and purpose of the email serves as the source of inspiration for a house to home project.
Sourcing and reviewing products is part and parcel of the Places In The Home design and decorating show and tell.
I invite honest and frank feedback and review from clients, and remain true to my own when the roles are reversed.
Working with a brand that mirrors my appreciation for quality home decor accents and accessories reflects well on both of us.
When the foyer wallpaper install was finally completed, I immediately realized the paint color on the walls of the foyer and hallway had reached its expiration date.
That’s usually the way this remodel-redo-refresh thing works. One update leads to another, and that’s exactly the reason why “One Thing Leads to Another” by The Fixx leads off my tunes to project to playlist.
In this design and decorating show and tell world of mine, one project always leads to another, and I’m loving every minute of it.
“Lovin’ Every Minute of It” by Loverboy is another great song to project to.
I love how music and decorating splendidly complement each other.
Night Blooming Jasmine from Behr is a neutral beauty that finishes rich. Eggshell enamel is one sheen up from matte, and the texture is washability matched to moderate traffic areas.
Night Blooming Jasmine from Behr
The image below is a stunning example of how limiting the colors in the palette constitutes contrast.
Texture variation, under color painting and quality of the original paint job all factor into how well the paint application at hand covers and finishes out.
Dave the Builder’s expert advice has been consulted, his premier painting skills engaged.
Finish again enters the project process conversation.
This antique wall table has served various pieces of jewelry, readers, car key sets, one dime, one quarter (more on that later) and general stuff over the years.
I’ve grown accustomed to it being there, and there it will stay.
The table is in correct proportion to the size of the area.
The old girl is in need of a refresh, but what direction to go in required some thought.
Paint it? Being the original finish loyalists we are, Dave shot me one of those “have you lost your flipping mind?” looks when I mentioned the paint it option.
French polish it is.
An afternoon spent perusing image galleries on DecorPad and Domino confirms the decision to go the French polish route is indeed the right one. Inspiration truly is everywhere.
Wow. This post is long, but when the conversation revolves around the topics of decorating, updating, gorgeous decor and let’s home decor partner project together that can happen.
Part II of Let’s Home Decor Partner Project Together will unveil the big reveal and show and tell how the look comes together.
For now, I leave you with a hint of what’s to come.