Painting Project Part 3- Delirium and Frozen Yogurt

I did it. Four days, four rooms painted. A few touch-ups tonight, clean up and then I am really done.

While I was still at work Thursday the delirium set in about 3pm, followed by hallucinations that my chihuahua was talking to me, but I pushed through and got it finished anyway. :)

You can read about part 1 and 2 of this project here and here.

Guest Bedroom

 The project started with this inspiration and then followed with a painting frenzy of late nights after work weekend warrior but it was worth it.

Now the fun part begins. New floors, tile and decorating.

The living room, master bedroom, downstairs bedroom and family room, kitchen still need to be painted but some of them have vaulted ceilings which I am not ready to tackle with my 5’2″ stature.

Sunroom and Guest Bath
This HUGE desk is going bye bye.
Boy Room #1, Don’t worry. That floral chest is not staying in here:)
Guest Bath

 Reward for all my hard work.

Yum!
Speedwall 1-Gal. Antique White Eggshell Interior Latex Paint , $13.98

I am usually a Sherwin Williams girl but did not want to spend a lot on paint so I went with Glidden’s commerical product, Speedwall EggShell from Home Depot.

I just hoped and prayed it worked.

Verdict: I loved it! Love the finish! Love the coverage! Half the price of a normal can of paint and much better than some of the $30 a gallon products I have tried. Thanks, Home Depot and Glidden!

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6 thoughts on “Painting Project Part 3- Delirium and Frozen Yogurt

  1. Hi~ I was wondering if you still love this paint and the results? I was looking at using this for several rooms in our home, but am very wary!

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