Spring Is Right Around The Corner

Dated: 02/11/2016

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Spring is right around the corner...

Punxsutawney Phil (America's favorite groundhog) didn't see his shadow, so that means an early spring is just around the corner. There is no better time then spring to brighting up your living space. Whether it's with cool blues; warm greens; or bright yellows and pinks; a little paint can change a dull room into a airy, lively, and enjoyable space. 

Some people are scared of the word paint, but trust me when I say there is no more cost efficient and transformative way to change a space in your home. You don't even need to waste $25 on a gallon of paint! Go to your nearest hardware or paint store and buy a sample size. Paint a small portion of a wall and see what it looks like in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Wait to see how the color makes you feel when it's raining outside or the sun is shining bright. Once you get comfortable with the color take the plunge and paint the room. Add fun vibrant pillows and watch not only your room change, but your mood as well. 

Yellow Rustic Living Room With Exposed Beam Ceiling

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