Hey hey! Guess what I’ve been doing the last couple of days?
I’ve been working on my sunroom! Took a few months off and then realized that fall is just around the corner…which means I am 8 months into updating my sunroom. Wow. Seriously thought that it would only take me a couple of months. Just in case you missed it the first time you can read about the sunroom’s first introductionhere.
Last Sunday, I sat down and made myself a schedule of things that were going to get done this week. I’m not really a “schedule type” person, but I thought I would try.
On Monday, I was supposed to fill in nail holes and paint ceiling beams.
On Tuesday, I was supposed to paint window trim and pull up old tile.
I gave myself 6 hours total to do this.
Needless to say, I am a bit off schedule…like…still-need-to-finish-beams,-window-trim,-and-tile off schedule.
Well, in the meantime, I am trying to figure out what color the walls will be. I threw up two of my favorite picks on different corners of the room.
I love to paint.
(Said in a weird deep man’s announcer voice)
“And in the left corner we have Worrrlddddllllllyyyyy Greeeeeyyyyyy!!!!”
Did ya’ll get that? I was announcing the paint color like they announce a boxer at the beginning of a fight. Get it?
Anyway, first up by Sherwin Williams is “Worldly Grey”. Below you will see a pic of it during the day and night. Love this color. It’s very worldly. And grey.
Seriously, it looks “greyt”.
Oh man, I kill myself sometimes…
What does that even mean?
Stop getting distracted Lu!
Totally talking to myself right now.
Let’s start over.
Next up is “Perfect Greige” also by Sherwin Williams. I fell in love with this color a while back when I ran across it playing on Pinterest. It is really close to the other color. The two main differences is that it is darker and it has a touch of the beige in it. I like the way the white trim pops with this color.
These are the sheers that I have purchased for the sunroom. They are white with beigey stripes.
The stripes are a little more visible in this close up. They are definitely subtle.
This is the flooring that I’ve picked out.
I shared the curtains and flooring to give you an idea of the other colors that will be in the room.
Isn’t it so hard to choose paint colors??