I was (finally) finishing up painting the music room (ah, I mean conservatory) when my mind suddenly entertained an impulsive decorating thought.
(And yes, that’s pretty much how I get things done around here.)
I had the idea to paint the edge of my black front door so each time it was opened, a pop of color would introduce itself. So I stopped in the middle of my current project and immediately started on the door. I ended up narrowing down the designs but couldn’t decide between the bright pink I used on my Union Jack inspired sofa table and a simple black and white repeating pattern. So in great DIY fashion, I combined the two.
I love having a little peek of pattern when the door is opened. I’m still trying to decide though, if I should leave the pattern as is or change it up a bit. I want to think, “Wow, cool!” each time the door is opened and not, “Gee, why am I thinking about coral snakes?”
So what about you? Do you presume it to be a fun pop of pattern or a little too snake-ish?
(And lest you assume we are fancy conservatory people, our music room consists of a piano and a few other instruments stashed in our table-less but otherwise semi-stylish dining room.)
Find out how I painted my front door without removing it!
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