Tuesday, November 27, 2012


Well as some of you may know I am a,


Restless in the sense that, I need change!!
That's right change is a good thing for me, 
that is when it comes to my home furnishings 
and wall colors.  
Honey always tells me that were loosing square footage in our home due to 
all the different layers of paint colors we've had on the walls.
But that's "OK" with me, 
I'm willing to sacrifice a few inches slowly 
over time to have just the right color.
So as you might have already guessed,  I'm at it again.
My colorful, restless inter muse has grown tired with her surroundings.

my front room currently

Now mind you if my muse had her way, she would hire out all the work, 
and buy all new furnishings,
but alas, she to has a limited budget as well.

So it's time for her to roll up her sleeves and get to work.
Time to pull out the sewing machine and painting supplies.
For my living space transformation.

 I have chosen a color pallet that reminds me of the 
Oregon Coast.

I have always longed to live on the Coast of Oregon.
I love all the colors of the coast, 
they calm me, 
they bring peace to my soul as well as 
invigorate me with so many splashes of color.
So if I can't move to the Oregon Coast, I'm going to bring 
the Oregon Coast to me!!

I've chose to use blue, grey and cream for the walls.

 With accent colors of mustard, maroon, green, darker shades of blue 
and splashes of white.

I would love it if you would join me in my homes transformation.
It's always better working with friends, it helps lighten the load, 
and makes time fly.
I'll share my before and after photo's with you, as well 
as giving you my opinion and review of the different products I will be using.
Feel free to jump in any time with comments or questions.
So let's put on our paint clothes, roll up our sleeves,
and get started!!!!

1 comment:

Diana said...

Hi Debbie,
I love your blue pallet colors. Can't wait to see what you do. Funny just a couple weeks ago I started making some small changes to my living room. Now i'm in full fledged "dream mode as to how I want it to look. Merry Christmas to you and congratulations on your article in Sew Somerset. I loved your work.



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