This post was sponsored by KILZ® Paint & Primer as part of an Ambassador program for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
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I haven’t shared any updates from Tye Street (my father’s house) since the patio makeover last summer, and although I’ve been dreaming up some decorating projects indoors, the front porch design has been long overdue. The first thing you notice about his house is definitely the bright blue paint – one of the many happy colors on the little bungalows in his neighborhoods. But beyond that, his porch needs some attention. As you’ll see in the before pictures below, the white paint on the ceiling, doors, and windows needs to be scraped and repainted. Luckily, I’ve got just the paint that to cover these areas – KILZ® COMPLETE COAT™ Paint, a paint and primer that will make repainting easy and will hold up to the elements out here (It’s both an internal and external paint). This brand of paint is for DIYers that want to start their projects right so that they’ll have that perfect finish the first time – and I’m definitely in that camp! I’m channeling the traditional Southern porch with a ‘Haint’ blue on the ceiling, a fresh coat of white for the railing and windows, and cool dark grey for the front door. Click through to see the condition of the porch right now and see the KILZ Paint colors I’m using!
I stopped by my local Walmart Super Store to pick up the KILZ COMPLETE COAT Paint for this project, and I was impressed by the large selection of the paint center in the store! I almost had too many color choices to choose from, but I’m pretty excited with the colors of White Wing, Idyllic Blue, and Kettle Black I ended up with for the design.
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How do you like the new color scheme? The range of colors in the KILZ COMPLETE COAT Paint line lets me see beyond the porch as it is and imagine what it could be… with a fresh coat of paint! I’m so excited to see these new colors go up in the space. It’s going to feel completely new! Of course it wouldn’t be a makeover without some new decor, so I’ll be sharing all the design details for the new porch look soon…