Finally our home renovations have reached the stage where Heath and I can start to think about color for each one of our rooms. Already we have chosen and applied paint to our recently finished hall bath. We chose a subtle green that complements nicely with the glass accent tiles and this past week, I chose a vibrant yellow–dandelion to be exact–for the downstairs powder/laundry room.
It took quite a bit of convincing to sway Heath on this bold selection. Due to this room’s small size, white porcelain fixtures, washer and dryer, as well as white cabinetry, I argued that the bright yellow would give the room a punch, but not in a bad way as the large areas of white would nicely offset the color. When we actually applied the paint to the walls however, I quickly began to doubt my decision.
What had I done? Our powder closely resembled a school bus but as we added back in the sink, toilet, appliances and cabinets, my initial shock was replaced with satisfaction. If we chose this color in a large room, it very well might have been a mistake, but when mixed with the other components, it worked.
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