Hi Guys, how is it December 11th already? I hope you all had a wonderful fall. We’ve been keeping busy around here, still chipping away at the girls’ rooms, and finally got our home office reworked and moved downstairs. It’s 90% complete, but the girls’ spaces are more important to me, so I’ll get the office fine-tuned and ‘revealed’ once their spaces are done. I’m so excited about all of them, but it’s crazy how long it takes to get all of the details pulled together.
But on to what I’ve up to, home decoratively speaking, this week. Our hutch! It’s been 5 or 6 years since it’s been repainted, and I’ve been mulling over the idea of changing up the color for the last few months. So, when Curator Paints reached out and asked if I’d be interested in collaborating, I thought it was the perfect opportunity to make it happen.
Here’s the ‘before’ from my tour last fall.
And here’s the ‘after.’ I really loved the dusty blue/white combo, but it had been that way for a long time, and I was definitely ready for something a little more earthy. I’m so in love with how it turned out.
Bonus that I got to deck it out for Christmas, because it’s always been one of my favorite seasons to style the hutch for.
The color I chose from Curator Paints is called Motte and Bailey in subtle sheen, and I absolutely love the organic undertones. I fell in love with so many of the colors in their collection, but ultimately wanted to go with an earthy neutral that I’ll be able to change up seasonally. You can see a bit of the painting and makeover process here if you missed it.
I think the tone gives the kitchen the perfect dose of elegance, without being unapproachable, if that makes sense, and I’m so excited about the new vibe it’s lending to all of my old Christmas decor.
There’s a few new things too though, I’ll link them down below.
And the bell garland was one of my all time favorite DIY’s from years ago. You can find it here if you missed it.
And that’s about it, you guys. What do you think?
Have an amazing rest of your week!
*I’ve received compensation for this post, but as always, I only share products and materials that I love and am thrilled to have in my home.