Despite today's high humidity levels here in Maine, I tackled a little spray paint project to transform a mirror for my entryway space. I've had this solid wood, good-quality mirror since I was in high school but it has been sitting in my basement since moving in a year ago.
The carved 'scrolls' add a fun detail! It's pretty as is but I wanted to add a pop of color to make it a bit more modern. Oh and there's a sneak peek at the chevron carpet that just arrived! Will write about that in another post!
I found a $25 runner at Marshalls that has become the jumping off point on which to base the colors in the entryway. I chose spray paint to coordinate with this runner...
And here's the transformation in the 'drop zone' nook:
When I moved in I just sort of placed a small mirror, some frames, and a dish for keys very haphazardly with the intent to eventually add character to the space. Changing out the mirror and spray painting one of the frames a peacock blue, added some much needed color.
I'm not convinced that the blue on the mirror is the perfect shade, so I might keep looking and I can always spray paint it again if I find something I like better! But for now, it adds fun to the space I see everyday as I enter and exit the house!