Disclosure: Ace Hardware has provided free paint samples. I was also compensated for my time and this blog post. All opinions and positions expressed here are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of Ace Hardware.
There’s nothing like a little spring remodeling. My apartment is no where close to where I want it to be (work in progress you could say), but I do I feel a lot better when I tackle just one room at a time. That’s why I was really excited when I was approached by ACE Hardware to work together on their 31 Days of Color campaign. You may remember last post I worked with Ace? They have amazing color choices that make remodeling easy.
My color was Garden Stone, which is a very light grey. I had a white table but nothing else yet. I knew grey would be neutral so I can easily decorate around it, light enough so it doesn’t make the room smaller and a good color that will make any wall art pop (next on my list).
As much as fashion is similar to interior design, I find decorating a lot harder. In my outfits, I can switch up my style and color choices daily. Decorating takes planning in advance and if you add the wrong colors, you’re going to be left with big mess. So I prefer to stick to neutrals like whites, greys, etc.
Here is the final look of the remodel. I love the color of the walls and I think it goes well with the white. When I get bored of this look, I’m going to switch the entire look out to be a white, grey and black look. That’s what is so great about having neutrals. Thanks to Ace for working with me on this project, I had so much fun!
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