Pink Color Palette in Craft Room {sneak peek}

My craft room recently got a makeover thanks to National Painting Week with Sherwin-Williams (#SWPaintingWeek) which starts next week, April 7-April 13th! Each day of next week, you can tune in to SWPaintingWeek.com to see room reveals, or furniture reveals from some of your favorite bloggers. I was asked if I’d like to paint a room in my home pink to celebrate National Painting Week. Pink! I am the mom of two boys (and one very manly man), so the idea of claiming a little corner of my home for all-things-girly appealed to me. However, pink isn’t a paint color that I have worked with before, so I was a little nervous and a whole lot excited for the challenge! What better room to claim as my own pink haven, then my craft room?

Before choosing my shade of pink paint, I first hit Pinterest to gather some inspiration for my craft room makeover. I wanted it to look feminine, but not like a nursery. I wanted it to be fun and yet not juvenile. It was a tricky mix! Below are some of the photos I used as inspiration for the room design.

sherwin williams hopeful

via Project Nursery frames in Hopeful by Sherwin Williams

pink color palette

via Home by Heidi

gold and coral color palette

Mint 102

pink colors

via Home by Heidi

I’m not able to share the full room reveal with you just yet, but I wanted to give you a sneak peek of my completed craft room! I chose Hopeful (SW6597) for the walls. It’s a bold pink with a warmer coral base that I love. And I’m not going to lie, it inspired me to go a little crazy up in here! I didn’t realize I had all of this girly-repressed-estrogen pent up inside that obviously needed  an outlet. :)

sherwin williams hopeful pink paint

Stay tuned for the full reveal next Thursday and be sure to follow the hashtag #SWPaintingWeek across all social media channels so that you don’t miss any reveals!

Thanks Sherwin Williams for sponsoring this post and my craft room makeover as part of your National Painting Week. All opinions and room design ideas are always my own.

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