Here it is! I have been wanting to replace my builder grade dining room fixture with something that had a little more character. I found a $30 gold brassy chandelier on Craigslist and sent my husband to pick it up! I cleaned it up with some Windex, bought new bulbs and spray painted the entire fixture. I bought RUST-OLEUM hammered spray paint in Copper. I am so thrilled with the result!
I've been working on a project for the past two weeks and what always seems to be the most challenging part is choosing paint colors. I have been wanting to find a nice neutral that isn't too "Gray" and isn't too "Beige" but not too white either. I personally like the look of white walls in pictures but in reality I'm not a huge fan. Also, I like to see a contrast between painted walls and white trim. Each time I look over on Pinterest for inspiration I find lots of suggestions for other paint brands..but I'm a BEHR girl :) We spend so much time at Home Depot it just makes more sense for us. That being said I decided to share with all of you my suggestions for finding the perfect "light Greige" by BEHR Paints! To start off with here are three options that are lighter/cooler but will still show a nice contrast next to white. 1. Drizzle 2. Sterling 3. Halation These three options are als