See a “Blah” Brown Mirror Become a Stylish Statement Piece for Just $12

The project was done with leftover paint samples. 

“I have lots of leftover paint samples in my storage closet and decided to modernize the mirror by painting a two-toned checkered pattern on the mirror trim,” Lindsey explains. “I really like the color combination of green and blue, and because our walls are dark blue, I chose a dark and lighter green paint sample.”

The samples in question were a versatile green-gray (Sherwin-Williams’ Evergreen Fog) and a deep olive (Sherwin-Williams’ Shade-Grown). “If you have leftover paint in your home with two colors that work well together, use it!” Lindsey says. “If you need to purchase new paint, purchase the small sample containers to save money.” 

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