New Wall Color--Everywhere

It is official, I am completely changing my entire house with one can of paint.  Well, not really, I think that I am up to 7 gallons, but one color paint.  

 I painted my foyer Benjamin Moore's "Ambiance" and fell in love.  It looks like creamy butter  (and who doesn't love butter).

I wanted to change the color palate of our house and wanted to go with a neutral.  I'm not really a gray or taupe person, so I chose the yellow family.  The color is fantastic and makes my furniture and accessories really pop.  Now, I've decided that it has to go EVERYWHERE!!  And by everywhere, I mean the kitchen, family room, dining room, bedrooms, and halls.  

Here's a sneak peek of the foyer. 

 It's not finished.  I need accessories and something really fabulous for the entrance table.  I LOVE my lilly pad plates and definitely want to use them as a centerpiece for the room.  I may want to add more.  I may replace the candlesticks with a really cool lamp like one of these

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Here are a few inspirations of the feel that I want in my living areas.  I have no plans of replacing most of my furniture, but really want a light and airy look.  I'm hoping that I can achieve this feeling with fabrics and accessories, and of course, paint.

I really love this picture.  The chandelier and mercury glass accents are gorgeous.

I adore this coffee table and natural accents in the room.  I would kill for the ceiling.

Wow, I don't really have to comment, the chairs are fabulous.

One of my favorite kitchens ever!!  I am so going to copy the glass in the cabinet doors.

Source: None via Bethany on Pinterest

I love the lighting and the wood accents.  Look at the farm house sink.  Love it!!

I promise to post pictures soon of the completed rooms.  There is still a lot of work to do, though.  I'm definitely open to and would appreciate any ideas that you may have.  

1 comment :

  1. I love light and airy rooms! Can't wait to see your finished projects! I too fell in love with one color of paint. Dom is lucky HE didn't get painted. I also love the table in your favorite kitchen. :)