Saturday, December 10, 2011

What A Difference Paint Can Make


A sure fire way to get a quick fix for a room is paint.  Well, it's not that quick. A proper paint job takes time and money, but it's less trouble and less money than gutting and starting over.  Look at the difference this paint job made on these cabinets, walls, and trim on one of my projects.  New hardware and stained wood tops helped too!




Painting everything all one color in this instance, helped accentuate the new wood countertops and beautiful wood floors.  It also makes for an updated, cleaner, less cluttered look.

I love fresh paint!

I'm currently booking projects to start up in January.  Contact me today to discuss your interior design project!


Anonymous said...

I love a new coat of fresh paint! and these images are exactly why!! what a those book shelves in the last image..I'm seeing those already organized and decorated with books and found objects from travels...
btw, you're featured in my blog post for Sunday!! (tomorrow)

Kate said...

Looks fabulous! There's hope for all that tired wood out there.

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Nice Carla, Paint can transform any room. Cant wait to see how you style them.

Tiffany Riedel said...

What a great makeover! Thanks for sharing!

Splendid Sass said...

Wow, what a difference, and a beautiful one!
Thank you for the sweet comment. Loved the work Maureen used to feature you blog today! You are a talented lady.
xoxo said...

What a great transformation. Oh how I love paint! I wish my wood loving husband would see the light. Great job!

Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. said...

Me too...all the difference in the world. Enjoyed your feature over at Maureen's today. well deserved. You are so talented. XO, Mona

Jessie said...

Love both makeovers especially the second one with the stained wood top. White paint is definitely a designer's best friend!

Hope you had a lovely weekend, Carla!


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