One day last week, I took on a project not sure how it would turn out. We have this old buffet piece that Mr. and I picked up more than twenty years ago at an auction for $45. Has it been that long? Seriously? This piece has been several different colors over the years and finally ended up with a poorly applied coat of black that has been there since the boys were born.
With all of the black and white that is going on in our kitchen, I felt like we needed a different color.
I decided to go with Sherwin Williams, rosemary and love it.
I'm also glad that I didn't rush out to buy new hardware. Instead, I used twinkle, thanks to one of my readers, and the original brass cleaned right up.
I like the way the new green makes the walls appear less green and more taupe.