There was just one problem. The bright white ceramic next to the creamy white chair was bugging me. A lot. It took me a few days to decide on a new color. I tossed around the idea of metallic gold or a warm, dark gray. Then I thought about a minty-aqua color, so much so that I bought a can and brought it home.
In the end I chose Dover White by Krylon. I don't typically buy Krylon because in the past I've struggled with streaks and drips, but that was probably user error. What I do love about it though is the awesome color selection and the super easy sprayer.
Here's what the stool looked like up close next the chiar before.
And here it is after a coat of primer and a couple coats of creamy white paint.
It's not a crazy difference, but just enough to make the pieces work together.
I'm happy I kept it neutral because it's such a versatile piece I could see it moving around the house or deck as needed.
When I was snapping pics of this little corner, I decided to stand back and capture the whole room as is, just for fun. I feel like I keep adding or changing bits and pieces to this room, so why not share it with all of you. Enjoy!