In my collage above the couch, I’ve had this orange-ish wood frame that sticks out like a double-jointed elbow (I’ve got two of those!)
It has been bothering me and I’ve wanted to fix it. Every time I saw it, I’d tell myself it was okay to be different. Then I’d have the urge to paint it blue (like every frame I paint) and I’d tell myself, “No. You already have two blue frames on that wall.”
I then went to my new paint friend (Mr. Brigglesworth’s crib color) and painted the frame.
I’ve now used that paint for a crib
The edging of a sign
And now a frame.
It’s such a good neutral go-to color. And the house stays cohesive using the same paint color here and there.
I really didn’t want to have to buy a new frame that may or may not fit into the collage.