Have I mentioned that I am in LOVE with my new couches? Well if I haven't--just know that I LOVE THEM!
The ONLY thing is that they kind of blend in to my walls. I had painted my walls several years ago a nice light tan color--and the couches are ALSO a nice light tan color.
(Sorry the picture doesn't show much of the wall--I was focusing on my NEW COUCHES!!)
So I am in the throws of deciding if I should paint the wall behind the couch a contrasting color. (If my hubby has anything to say about it--it will stay the same color. If I have my way--it will be painted. It will take a MEAN battle of Rock, Paper, Scissors to see who is victorious over this one!)
Meanwhile I knew that the oak picture frame holding a BEAUTIFUL picture my dad took--had to go. It used to match the wood of our futon--but now it just looks out of place. (Yah--and I know the 80's torch lamp looks REALLY out of place--but we'll deal with that another day!)
So I had planned to take the picture out of the frame and spray paint it up. But I took it off the wall and found this:
I had forgotten that my WONDERFUL mother had had this picture PROFESSIONALLY framed for me. So I was not about to tear into it just to spray paint the frame.
So I did the next best thing and covered the glass with newspaper and tape.
And THEN I spray painted it. The same paint that I had left over from re-doing my Grandpa's Footstool.
I am SO PLEASED with how it turned out. I really think it compliments the picture SO MUCH BETTER.
AND it matches our ottoman and NOW my Grandpa's Footstool!
Another point on the big score board for SPRAY PAINT.