With Halloween right around the corner, we are officially in spooky season. I'm not going to lie, I don't have any real strong feelings regarding Halloween. Yes, I absolutely love the candy aspect of the holiday but dressing up is not really for me.
Regardless of my feelings towards Halloween, I thought it would be the perfect time to talk about the black paint color I choose to use in my master bedroom on the fireplace I built.
I decided my bedroom was missing something so of course, my mind immediately goes to:" what can I build" rather than "can I add a new decorative pillow to the bed?" I rarely ever take the easy approach to things.
I determined that a fireplace would be the perfect solution to make the space feel a bit cozier. So what did I do? I went straight to building it.
The project took me about 3 weekends to complete. 1 to really plan it all out and gather my materials, 2 to construct and build the structure, and 3 to paint it and button up any finishing touches that needed to be done.
All went super smoothly until I had to decide on a paint color.
I am a neutral girl who likes light bright and airy. So one obvious color option I had was Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace. It is the perfect white paint color.
The next color, was a real long shot to win. I am obsessed with green paint colors at the moment so I choose, Sherwin Williams Rosemary which is a gorgeous deep dark green.
The final contender was Sherwin Williams Tricorn Black. This is my favorite black paint color. It's the closest to a true black that I have found and it doesn't have any undertones. It is simply perfect.
These are 3 very different colors but they all would have worked in my bedroom.
I ultimately ended up going with Tricorn Black. I felt as though the space could handle the color and the fireplace need something bold.
All I have to say is I am so thrilled with how the entire project turned out.
I'm glad I opted to not take the easy route here. The result is well worth the time and effort I put into the project and I am so proud of it.
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