We are thrilled to be a part of Sherwin-Williams National Painting Week again this year. It's one of our favorite weeks because it involves some of our favorite bloggers doing amazing things with paint! If you haven't had a look at all of the amazing things happening this week, please take a look at Thrifty Decor Chic's walk-in closet makeover and Recycle Consign & Design's chair makeover.
Hey, it's no secret that we harbor a love for the color purple here at Curbly. From painted furniture, amazing living rooms, and "purple people eaters", we've made our infatuation with the royal hue known. But, as with any color, there are good ways and bad ways to use it.
First, the obvious: a shelving system made from repurposed coffee tables. Holy cow!
I love purple, but I don't have any of it in my closet or my home. It's absent in the first because it doesn't look great with my skin tone. Why it's absent from my home, I have no idea. What I do know is that people who do purple rooms are akin to those that
Remember the purple chandelier from awhile back? The color has popped up again in this dressing table makeover. The makeover-er, Lia, guessed the deco-style piece had been used in a salon as its drawers were badly stained
Hate super-shiny brass? If so, how do you feel about purple?
If pink doesn’t do it for you, how about purple? If so, check out The Purple Store. Among the grape-y collection are kitchen products, household items, games and gadgets, just to name a few. For your consideration, how about a lavender phone? No? Okay, how about a purple office chair? No?
A plum toaster? No?
Okay, this is something every Curblier can use: purple duct tape.