We've lived in our house over 6 months now, and I finally got some inspiration for our family room.
Since we've moved, I've had a long list of projects for each room, building furniture, decor, sewing pillow covers, slipcovers, etc.
But I never could think of anything for the family room.
But now I have a plan. Here's my colors.
But now I'm excited and have some direction.
It all started with deciding I would like a sideboard/ buffet on one wall to act as a media stand/ storage.
Anyway, I taped over 10 paint cards on my wall and they were there for a week while I was narrowing them down.
Some things I wasn't going to or couldn't change.
Like our neutral khaki couches or neutral carpet.
Or the wall paint.
When we bought the house, the family room looked like this on one side:
We painted the doors/ trim white, and the walls a neutral: Glidden White Sand.
So I've got some projects brewing, already have finished adding the shelving backing some color with the Behr waterscape. So hopefully this will all turn out alright. Once again, I'm trying to use colors I normally wouldn't (like the yellow jacket), going with mustard as the accent color. My comfort colors are greens, blues, and red. So I decided I should do something different in this room and I'm awkwardly getting used to the idea of some yellowish mustard accents. Still taking the safe side, as accents are easily changed if I end up not being able to handle the yellow.