A huge thanks to EasyCare Ultra Premium Paint for sponsoring this post! This is 100% my own opinion.
Mission complete! I finally finished painting my beauty room/office. I must say the process of my paint project was quite easy. I was able to apply everything I learned from the True Value Spring Reunion I attended back in February to my at home project. Painting a room is an easy, inexpensive DIY project. A day of painting and vino? Yes, please!
Painting a room feels like a breeze to me now, but I remember how daunting it can be if you've never done it before. Finding the right shade was the most challenging part for me. I wanted a slight pop of color while still keeping a neutral shade. Glam, charming but sophisticated. Neutral colors are always classic and timeless, but I really wanted something different. I was able to explore all of the colors in EasyCare Paint’s Color Gallery, finally narrowing my picks down to two gorgeous shades.
First Shade: EasyCare Paint Antique Silver Second Shade: EasyCare Paint Bunny Pink
I decided last minute to stay true to myself and stick with something neutral. Trends are always changing and I love to redecorate so I went with EasyCare Paint in Coconut Milk.
I’m very much pleased with my selection! These shades definitely complement my personal style, serving as a beautiful foundation for my various home décor items.
Choosing a shade:
Sample and swatch all paint shades that you’re considering before the final project. The dry down process can change the paint’s color. Let the paint completely dry to verify your perfect color and be sure to see at different points of the day to see it in a variety of lighting.
This project was so much fun for me! Even though I wanted something different I’m glad I decided to stay true to myself and stay neutral! No shame here. Now I feel like my beauty room/office is finally starting to feel like my own space. It’s so refreshing and enjoyable. There’s nothing like finding the best color that effortlessly fits your personal style and mood. I’m so ecstatic that I’m finally done painting my home.