Friday, April 9, 2010

Desert Bisque...







it's the new pink!


It took no less than 22 cans...



but I love it!!




Before:


POOF!

After!




Thanks to all of you fabulous ladies who helped me out with suggestions on this project through Amanda's Decorating Dilemmas party! Hopefully by the next party I'll be able to show you a new mantle here!!

Love,

40 comments:

  1. That looks amazing! You must be soo happy! xo

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  2. That looks great! Did you do anything special to prep the tiles for the spray paint?

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  3. wow! Great job. The amazing power of spray paint :)

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  4. Pam, This difference is amazing! Aren't you glad you did it!

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  5. Huge difference... I can't believe how much paint it took!!! Great job lady!

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  6. Oh that is sooo much better!

    I know you are lovin' being in that room now. :)

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  7. That looks great! Amazing difference.

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  8. You go girl! I told you it could be done. :) Now aren't you glad you linked this to the Decorating Dilemmas party to get some encouragement? ;) ;)

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  9. It looks so great!
    Did you really use spray paint?! I'm too afraid to spray paint in the house, I make a huge mess outside (you should see my driveway).

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  10. WOW! 22 cans! It looks awesome! Good job!

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  11. Has your hubby seen it yet? Aren't you glad you just "went for it"? The new color is amazing. Good choice.

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  12. It looks amazing - what a transformation a little (ha, a lot) of spray paint can make.

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  13. WOW....it looks awesome!! Love it!

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  14. I did not even know you could paint tile! Good job! It looks tons better!

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  15. Wow, what a transformation!

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  16. What a transformation. Don't you wonder how that pink tile ever came to be in that fireplace in the first place?
    Pam @ Becolorful

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  17. What an amazing difference! You must be pleased as punch every time you walk into the room and see your new color.

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  18. So much better! It looks great!!!! I am sure you are so happy with it!! :O)

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  19. Looks great! SOOOOO much better than that pink!

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  20. Pam! It turned out so great. I love that color. Awesome job!!

    XOOX
    Jen

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  21. SO much better than the pink!!

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  22. As a woman whose nails are even now rimmed in Krylon Gloss White, I LOVE what you did there!

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  23. A-MAZE-ING!!! It looks wonderful!! Great job!! I love a can or 30 of spray paint!! Spray paint makes the world a better place fur sure!

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  24. So amazing - here's a well-deserved pat on the back!

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  25. Wow, I didn't even know that was tile until the 'before' photo. It looks amazing! You have such a great fireplace. Great job!

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  26. First of all, who on EARTH would paint a fireplace pink like it was?!?

    Second, I bet you can't move your arm after spraying 22 cans of paint! Yep, spray paint forearm...I know it well :)

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  27. That is incredible. It looks much better now! Don't you just love spray paint??? Good job!

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  28. you.are.a.genius! These are the things that I would have to do while my husband is at work. He has tried to ban me from spray paint before!! I would have never thought of this, it looks sooooo good! LOVE IT!

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  29. Oh my gosh. What an AWESOME room, and great job! I'm jealous of your super cool fireplace! Great job on the redo!

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  30. I love that is a focal point now, rather than something that makes you cringe!! :) Yay, Pam!

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  31. oh, it looks great! I love it!! I don't know if I would have had the courage to do that-what a difference!!!!

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  32. Oh my gosh, that's fabulous! Awesome job!

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  33. Amazing transformation! isn't it crazy what paint can do?!

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  34. 22 cans????? wow!

    it looks amazing. hard to believe it's the same fireplace & surround.

    great job!

    what's next?

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  35. I've got the same kind of fireplace, also without a mantel. I can't wait to see what your mantel looks like when done!

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