I’ve had some questions about paint colors and sources for other things in my office, so here you go. I aim to please.
The interior of the rustic pine cupboard is painted in Celestial Blue by Pantone. The over sized glass jar that houses my German glitter is from Wal-Mart and the MMS letters are from Wuslu. The ironstone pitchers, locker basket and sorting rack are antiques.
The armoire is painted in a mix of equal parts Louis Blue and Paris Gray by Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint. The detail is painted in Old White.
The mirrored armoire is an antique I purchased at a junk shop. The basket above is also from Wuslu and the “MAKE” letters are $5/each (on sale) from Hobby Lobby.
The wall color is Behr’s Reflecting Pool at 25% strength. I liked the color, but wanted it to be super soft, almost white, so I had them only mix 25% of the tint mix into the base.
The plank wall was done for about $100 using a thin, pine tongue and groove paneling. I primed it first, then painted it in Behr’s Bright White in satin.
I bought the frames at an auction and then gold leafed them and matted the magazine covers and features. Both cost less than $5 total. The lamp was purchased at Target eons ago and the antique pine table was purchased at a yard sale for $50. The amazing artwork is by Dee from Red Letter Words. I made the glitter letters. You can watch my video tutorial if you’re interested in making some yourself.
The wool rug is from Target. I bought it on deep discount for under $100 a couple of weeks ago. If you want one, I would suggest dropping what you’re doing and hit your local Targets to try to find one. I doubt they’ll last long!
(To help a few people out on this, the name of the design is Azul Floral and my rug is a 5×7, but it comes in other standard rug sizes. It’s a hand hooked wool rug from India and the DPCI is 066 04 0007. If that still doesn’t help, send me an e-mail and I can take a picture of the label.
I hope that answers all of the questions!
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