Adrian just bought wood to build some pretty + sturdy shelves in the Sewing Nook! It’s exciting, because I have boxes and boxes of craft, sewing and decor supplies that are all in need of a new home. So yes, getting shelves is quite exciting around here.
As home improvements go, it snowballed into a lengthy debate on what color the sewing nook should be. After all, I need to paint the walls before Adrian can put in the shelves. Right from the get-go I loved the idea of doing something fun in this small and confined space. I love love love my all-white walls throughout the house, but this would be the perfect breeding ground to try out some new ideas and step out of my comfort zone a bit.
After hours of weighing my options – and no decision yet – I thought I’d share about the process. After all I can’t be the only one that has a hard time with how to pick the perfect wall color, right?
I’ve always wanted to paint a wall pink. In fact, a couple of years ago I went through a major ‘pink phase’ and just loved the feminine air it creates. So pink should be a no-brainer. But wait, is this a little too girly at this point in my life? Would I grow sick of it within a short period of time?
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On the contrary, I’ve been falling head over heals in love with dusty blues. They look fantastic with greys, whites and even blacks. It’s definitely more moody and serene in a way. Maybe more cozy? It’s a North/East facing room and my main concern with blue walls is that the room might get a tad too cold.
And so we come to a light grey. It’s the safe option. It’s soft and calm, maybe a little boring, but it can be easily dressed up with pops of colors throughout the seasons. It’s easy, pretty and maybe a little bland. But while it’s all of that, it would also be the most timeless color of the three.
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How to Pick the Perfect Wall Color
From all my back and forth, I’ve discovered a few things you can ask yourself when you’re trying to choose the perfect color for your walls.
ONE / How do you want to feel in the room? Creative, calm, cozy?
TWO / Do you want the color of said room to go well with the rest of the house?
THREE / Should the color be timeless?
FOUR / Invest a few $ into color samples! It’s your sure-fire way to see a little color swap in a bigger area, giving you a better idea of what the color really looks like.
FIVE / If all fails, the walls are painted and you hate it, it’s a relatively simple and inexpensive mistake to fix ♥
And now, I’d love to hear from you – which color would you pick for my craft/sewing nook?? Pink, Blue or Grey?? Please leave a comment below, I would really appreciate your help ♥