First, I want to thank those of you who've offered your support
on my quest for a thinner waistline.
It's nice knowing you all have my back!
Now, I'm asking for your help again. I really, really, really need some suggestions or ideas regarding this piece of furniture. I want to paint the back panel part of this hutch.
We purchased this piece, gosh . . . years ago, from a Penney's catalog. We were looking for something to temporarily fill this space that was
not too wide, not too deep, and cheap
cheap it was - under $199 and there's not one snippet of real wood on the whole thing!
until we could find something more permanent. Well, years later, it's still here. And we never did look for anything else.
It works and it looks okay.
I want to add some contrast with color, but I just can't decide. And I'm scerred! I know it's only paint. If I don't like one color, I can paint it another. Right???
I'm not sure if I should use a brown or tan or black. Just not sure. My first thought was black, but then I was afraid it might look like a black whole. Then I thought some shade of brown or tan, but was afraid it clash with stained part or the wall behind it. I'm lost.
As I was typing this, I just had a thought. Maybe I'd paint the "stained" parts black and the back panel a brownish/red. Or would that be too drastic and dark?
Below are pictures of the rug and curtains in the space to give you an idea of the colors I'm working with.
Any ideas or suggestions would be sooo appreciated! :o)
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