Thursday, June 4, 2009

A paint party

I am joining 320 Sycamore's paint party today.


This is my favorite color right now. It is Toffee Crunch from Home Depot and I painted my entire first floor this color, except for the bathrooms and bedrooms because all the rooms sort of flow together. I love it so much I even painted the ceiling! It is a little dark, but I love the cozy feel that it gives to the rooms.

Then I just painted my kitchen cupboards with Heirloom White spray paint from the Home Depot and I LOVE how they turned out, especially against the brown of the walls.

Here they are together. This picture is kind of dark, but they really do look great together:)

8 comments:

melissa said...

Meg~your kitchen is beautiful! I love the heirloom white cabinets! I had a friend that also used the toffee crunch and I just loved it in her house. Thanks for joining the party today and enjoy that lovely kitchen!

Chad and Amy said...

Toffee crunch is my favorite paint color as well. I think it's a perfect shade of brown!
Your kitchen looks great!

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

They look great to me - love the contrast of the two colors.

Kimm at Reinvented said...

Heirloom white is one of my favorite colors, and as I would expect, it looks fabulous on your cabinets! great job.

khamff said...

I love your cabinets! How did you spray paint them w/out making a big mess? I would love to paint mine.

KarenB said...

Did you actually use spray paint in a can? I just used two cans to paint a chair. I can't imagine how many you had to use. It looks great, btw!

gina said...

This is the second Toffee Crunch mention in this blog party- it is a great color. Your kitchen is great! Painting my kitchen cabinets is on my sometime in the future I will do list. :)

Timani said...

Your kitchen looks fabulous!

How did you spray paint it without making a mess every where? I'm really interested in knowing how you did it. I have some cabinets to paint. Plus, I sent a friend a link to cabinets and she loves them. (She had been trying to decide to do hers black or white.)