Friday, October 17, 2014

Door Command Center Painted Sherwin Williams Rainwashed

This week I started freshening up the hallway from our dining room to our kitchen using left over paint I had.
Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Door- From My Front Porch To Yours

You can see the hallway from the living room. The door desperately needed painting. I wish I had remembered to take a before pic but I just jumped right in there and started.
Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Door- From My Front Porch To Yours
The door was just standard white and had seen better days since the boys hang their backpacks here. I decided to use left over Sherwin Williams Rainwashed that I had painted our master bedroom with in the Spring. 
Black Plastic Frame Painted Gold- Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Door- From My Front Porch To Yours
Next I decided that the black frame on the chalk board was no longer going to work. I wanted to paint it gold to mimic  vintage gold frames that I love so much.
Plastic Frame Painted Gold-Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Door- From My Front Porch To Yours
DecoArt Elegant Finish Metallic Paint in Glorious Gold is just the perfect gold to achieve a vintage gold look.
Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Door- From My Front Porch To Yours
I was going to glaze the door but decided to just lightly distress the edges so that the white would peek thru. That way when it starts showing wear again it will look like it was intentional!;)
Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Door- From My Front Porch To Yours
HobyLobby hooks perfect for the boys to hang their backpacks on.
Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Door- From My Front Porch To Yours
This was a quick update that only took a few hours and cost nothing.
Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Door- From My Front Porch To Yours
It is hard to get pictures.
Sherwin Williams Rainwashed Door- From My Front Porch To Yours
I ended up standing in our pantry to get a full view. I am so glad that I decided to paint the door. It now matches the door out to our patio that I painted awhile back. I have updated the other three doors in the hallway as well but I will share those in another post.

11 comments:

  1. Love this Pamela,functional and looks great too! Hey........I spy a Mora clock...love it! Where did you get it?

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  2. backpacks on the door is a handy idea. love how you spiffed up the area.

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  3. Love this....such a pretty color and functional too! Can't beat that :o)
    Have a great weekend!!
    ~Des

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  4. Looks perfect. So nice and neat and off the floor. What a great idea! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  5. I love the rainwashed blue and the chalkboard frame. You really made this door one of a kind. I love the idea of distressing it so that when it gets messed up it looks intentional, lol, LOVE that!

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  6. Looks fabulous. I love the color and the hooks are such a great idea.

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  7. Love your command center!...and I have been wanting to try the SW Rainwashed...such a serene color!
    Have a great weekend Pamela!

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  8. Hi Pamela,
    Love the command center and love the color you painted the door. Very functional and pretty all at the same time.
    Kris

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  9. I love it, Pamela! The paint color is fabulous ... the hooks are awesome ... and the chalkboard is a cool crowing touch! I'm working on one for our home, too, although, I have to "hide" mine on the inside of the closet since it won't be nearly pretty as yours!

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