I was craving a project using kelly green rather than my normal more mossy green that I have in the rest of my house, so I went for it on the frames here. I think I'm liking it but it's not too difficult to change some day if I want to.
By the way, the paint is Valspar's Luscious Green. This is the first time I've used Valspar spray paint, and honestly, I didn't really like it. I thought the nozzle was too hard to spray and it dripped a lot. Just my opinion...I'll probably try to stick with Krylon or Rustoleum in the future.
I've told Emily to watch out, we can keep an eye on her in her room from all the way around the corner now. :)
Here's the view from closer to the front door:
And, I really liked Mandi's photo of her cost breakdown, so I'll do the same here:
Pretty big statement for less than $100, huh?
Many were regular frames that I added a mirror to, which brought the cost up a bit. Hobby Lobby had some of the sizes I needed, but I had to get 3 or 4 cut at a glass shop. I used the method I showed you for those I added the mirror to myself.
*Edited to add: Here's an updated photo of the wall with my doors painted black. Click here to read more about that project.
If you're not familiar with Mandi's blog, Vintage Revivals, you're missing some fantastic inspiration! Visit her soon, you won't be sorry!
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The Shabby Nest
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