Black Paint in the Drop Zone

Do you ever walk by a room or space in your home and something just feels off? It didn’t feel off before, but all of a sudden it feels off. You know what I mean?! Well that happened to me this weekend when I walked by our little drop zone area. For some reason, the minty blue paint just wasn’t jiving with me anymore. It felt kinda out of place, so I got the itch to paint it black. I got it done this afternoon and I’m excited to show you! Here’s how it looked before:

And here’s how it looks now with the black paint:

 

Such a change right?! I loooove it so much and it feels right now. It totally pulls in the black from our kitchen island! And the high contrast is so pretty. I love the wood, black and white combo.

 

Thanks so much for dropping by the blog. I’d love to hear what you think of this little makeover!! I also posted a little reel with this makeover on Instagram here.

SOURCES:

Faux Olive Tree 

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Open Rattan Basket 

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Faux Leather Pillow Cover

Gold Wall Mirror 

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Olive Branch Peel and Stick Wallpaper 

Cream Textured Throw Pillow 

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Cream Tassel Pillow 

Sarah here! Nice to meet you. I’m a mama to three, wife to my high school sweetheart and accidental blogger. We recently moved to our little homestead on ten acres and we're loving the small town life in Colorado. I hope this space can inspire you to create a home you love and enjoy the simple moments the most.

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  1. 9.15.22
    Laura said:

    So sorry about your Jamm. Remember that she is in your heart and when things get tough or happy moments; think what would Jamm say /do? This has always gotten me through the times I wanted to call my grandmother.
    And most of all, remember she is with God.

    • 9.16.22
      Sarah said:

      That is such a good reminder and I will definitely do that, thank you Laura. xoxo