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Sherwin Williams “Really Teal” for a Bedroom

Any one who knows me knows that I love color and that our home is full of it!  As an Austin home stager we rarely if ever would recommend a paint this color or as bold for a bedroom of a home going on the market. But as the homeowner or in home redesigning it is all up to the homeowner and their taste!  You do not have to be afraid of color on your walls in your homes! Find a color you like, then look at all the various tones, etc of that color and you will find what is right for what you want it to say on that wall!

 

I really wanted to paint this room a bold color but it took me a minute to decide on this shade of green.  Plus since it is on the dark side, it has been a pickle trying to get the right daylight to give it justice in a photo.  I call this my Paris room.  Why? I don’t know..because I can?  What you don’t see is the glass mosaic Eiffel tower mirror, or the French mystery on the shelf written by a local Austin Atty, Mark Pryor [which by the way is very good and you should look him up for any new books he has coming out].  As a DIY project, I repurposed the candlabra from an auction and blinged it up a bit with silver foil and crystals from craft store, though I am really thinking I need to add some more bling. And of course the pillow on bed with travel post stamps is a kudos to how much I love to travel period. Having only spent a day in Paris while on working detail in UK, I have always wanted to go back with The Big Guy for a romantic vacation…..One of these days it will happen. Ha.

 

I am now working on my other guest bedroom. It’s new color is Mexican Sand, another Sherwin Williams color though it is pretty much completely opposite of the Teal color. It is a calmer sandy color..really pretty and I will use burgundy for the accent color so curtains are picked out, pillows are ready…just need to get the bedspread and then I will post it on here.

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