Joanna Gaines has made her mark in the design world. Not only has she brought a new perspective to flipping homes for clients, She also took Waco by the horns and turned shacks into mansions. As much as I hate to admit it but “Jo” has really impressed me. Her DIY is to DIE for! . She started with the Silos in Waco with their store of chic farmhouse inspired decor and furniture, but shortly took over the Target housewares department with their steel house shaped structure that made it easy for anyone to see from the checkouts. Seems to be a success in which prompted her to spread like wildfire.
As we all were distracted by her cute decor, we never realized she was also taking over the paint industry with the well known Kilz brand.
Tucked away in the small (but powerful) hardware section, her striped paint cans catch the eyes of shoppers. With matte, eggshell, and satin finishes, all seem to be very basic, but when you look closer… you can tell these scream quality paints which Kilz is known for. As you look through the colors, Their names aren’t mainstream either. Silverado Sage to Vine Ripened Tomato this paint collection was meant to be burnt deep in your brain, which is why I had to write a blog about my 3 favorite colors.
I am always a sucker for a green undertone walls. It gives the room a calmer feeling and softens a the room well. Stem Sage would have to be my favorite in her “green” category.
3. Blue Undertones
‘Together’, is a very brave shade of blue to use but it sure is beautiful. The mixture of navy and a deep gray is a color you should also have in your back pocket. Just in case the right moment shows it face.
2. Gray Undertones
No one can go wrong with a nice gray. I LOVE working with a darker shade of gray. A moody room is totally in this year, and why not? Autumn Gray fits perfectly in a bedroom or study.
I hope you enjoyed my take on the Magnolia Home paint line and my favorite colors. Joanna is doing great & that’s why she’s respected by many around the world. . You keep doing you Jo!
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