Deciding that I want a grey kitchen should have been be easy enough, right? WRONG. There are only hundreds (thousands?) of shades to choose from, and don't think for one second that what ends up on the wall is going to match what's on the paint chip. In short, paint stresses me out.
Over the course of a month, I purchased 12 different samples of grey paint and put them on the wall....convinced each time that THIS was the one.
I hated all of them.
One looked purple, one looked blue, one was too light, one was too dark, is that one even grey at all??? And on it went...
|Does that stress out anyone else?|
Finally, Husband very sweetly said, "If you don't pick a paint color TODAY, I am picking it for you."
Well, when you say it like that.... :)
So off we went to Sherwin-Williams, picked two more colors and hoped for the best.
I'm actually quite surprised that Husband didn't immediately break out the champagne when I sent him this text:
Here's the swatch...
|Sherwin Williams - Mineral Deposit|
And here's what it looked like going on the wall (please excuse cruddy iPhone pic, it was all I had!)...
I LOVE it. In certain lighting, there are hints of blue - which is pretty much perfect, because our granite slab (unexpectedly) has some blues and greys running through it.
At the end of the day, it was definitely worth the stress (and countless quarts of paint) to find the "perfect" grey.
But I hope I never have to pick paint colors again. :)