Rolling along~

What a difference color can make!

Maddy's room is small.

(like a gnat condo small)

So when I  painted her room dark chocolate 

It just really pint sized it even more :)

We went with Cobblestone by Martha Stewart.

Its one of those hard to find grays with no weird hidden colors.

Perfect for this small space.

So long Monogram wall...

Just by changing the color...

Supa size

So much more to come :)



  1. Loving that grey! I have been looking for something like that for our living room....maybe this could be the ONE.

  2. Loving the gray. It really is amazing how colour can affect a room. We had a deep brown pony in our living room a while back, and I could not read in there in daylight. Night was fine, but daytime sucked all the light out.

  3. i can't wait to see what you do with this space! :) the color looks great!

  4. Ah, finally a place where super sizing something . . . is healthy (and beautiful.)


  5. I love it! It's funny though because I have a dark chocolate living room that I originally loved, but two years into it's sucking the life right out of me when I'm in there so now I'm thinking about painting it - gray!

  6. Wow, you didn't need to prime first? Is the M.S. paint that good?

  7. Hi Shari!
    I did prime first but I had them mix the same tint in the primer. It covers so much better. One coat tinted primer and two coats Martha Stewart. That dark brown is a dosie :)

  8. Hi Susie, I can't wait to see the transformation. I showed my 10 yr old your inspiration photo and she wants a grey/pink room.

  9. Beautiful color!! I can't wait to see the rest!

  10. I have a few pieces of furniture waiting for the perfect coat of gray...thanks for the tip and I can't wait to see more!

  11. " a gnat condo small..."


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