My Laundry Room Reveal~Win $1,000 Visa Gift Card and $200 To Sherwin Williams!


I'm so excited to share my new laundry room! If you missed the first two posts on this project, here's how it went down. As part of the BlogHer/Sherwin-Williams Perfect Palette Campaign, I was asked to make over a room in my home using an image that inspired me and the new Sherwin-Williams Chip It! tool. I installed the Chip It! button in my toolbar, found an image that inspired me (my dream outfit found on Pinterest) clicked on the outfit and was provided with a custom color palette.








Applying the colors shown on my chip card (Extra White, Tricorn Black, Interface Tan, Grounded and Storm Cloud) to the decor elements, I was able to bring my dream outfit to life in my laundry room.

Here is what the room looked like when I started.



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Here it is now...




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Here's how it came together.
I printed out my custom Chip It! color palette and took it shopping. Every element I chose for the space represents a color in the palette.









I began with the color recommendation Extra White.
I chose this highly functional wall shelf/drying rack.







Not only is it really pretty, it solves the issue of clothes hanging over the staircase to dry.








I added a small white chair to the corner under the window. It'll come in handy while folding & ironing.








Clear glass jars provide a pretty and convenient way of storing laundry soap and dryer sheets (also white).








The driftwood in with the dryer sheets is a reminder of the special day I spent collecting it with my Dad. I spend a lot of time in this room, so I wanted to incorporate a few items with meaning.








The new built-in shelves and brackets (made by my husband) were painted in white semi- gloss. They provide a ton of storage space as well as architectural interest.








The next color, "Tricorn Black," can be found in the hardware on the drying rack. The hooks are brass with black highlights from a rubbed antiqued finish. 








Black is also represented in the cracks of these weathered vintage oars. The outfit had a slightly nautical feel so I tried to translate that to the room design.
The oars also reflect the color Interface Tan.








The largest source of tan in the space is the linoleum tile. I've always hated the floors in this room, but with the new color palette they actually look nice.








Tan and navy blue sea-life silhouettes dress up the shelves and add a pop of graphic interest.








Tan is also found in the fabric I used for the roman shade and the curtain concealing the laundry tub.








When I found this fabric, it was a Hallelujah decorating moment. It included every color in my ChipIt! palette.








The next color in the palette, Grounded, is very similar to the pre-existing color of the hallway just outside the laundry room.








It assured me that the two spaces would flow nicely. The brown hallway provides a beautiful frame around the new laundry room.








Rich brown was applied to the space with natural textured baskets.








Lots of baskets.
A utility room can never have too many.








Brown and white zebra fabric captures both Extra White and Grounded and
adds a touch of whimsy.








I found a large brown canvas print to hang over the mountain of laundry that is sure to accumulate in this corner.








The last recommendation, Storm Cloud, was used for the wall color. It's a little on the dark side, but all the white accents in the room keep the overall feel of the space light and bright.








I was a little nervous that it would be too dark. I decided to trust the Sherwin-Williams Chip It! recommendation and I'm sure glad I did. I'm totally in love.
Storm Cloud is a rich blueish gray, the name accurately describes the color.








The final addition to the space was a navy blue and white chevron rug.This rug against my tan floor reminds me of the navy blazer and crisp white shirt layered with the tan scarf.








So, I have a confession to make. When I was approached to participate in the campaign I was a little nervous. As a professional decorator, I was slightly uneasy about surrendering control of a room design to the ChipIt! tool. In the end, I'm beyond thrilled with the results. I'm totally addicted to the Sherwin-Williams ChipIt! tool and will continue to use it in my own home as well as for client projects.
Thank you, Sherwin-Williams and BlogHer. If you haven't tried it yet, check out the Chip It! tool video and drop the button into your bookmarks bar: 
Chip It!

Tell me about a room in your home that you would like to make over using the ChipIt! tool for a chance to win a $1,000 Visa gift card and a $200 gift card to Sherwin-Williams.


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Entries from all participating blogs will be pooled for winner selection; only two entries per household. This giveaway is open to US Residents age 18 or older. Winners will be selected via random draw, and will be notified by e-mail. You have 72 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.
The Official Rules are available here.
This sweepstakes runs from 7/23/12-8/10/12.
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279 comments:

  1. I LOVE everything about it!!! The fabric.....to die for!!!! Awesome job! Love all of your work!!!

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  2. I would love to make over our master bedroom with this tool. We rent, so it would be an extra challenge!

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  3. I would LOVE to make over my master bedroom using ChipIt!!!! I have the furniture we bought when we were married 17 years ago and my tastes have TOTALLY changed since then!!! Amazing results! Can't wait to try ChipIt!!!

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  4. Tweeted it! https://twitter.com/SenoraHB/status/227719506435395584

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  5. My laundry room is so plain and white. I would love to make it a room I would like to go into. Laundry is not my favorite activity and it doesn't help that the room is so bland. I only use SW paint...

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  6. I wouldn't have said "laundryroom"prior to reading this post. But having seen your before and after pictures I can see how mine is really not living up to it's potential. I really like the idea of using an outfit for inspiration, too. I feel completely confident in the way I dress but haven't been able to parlay that into confidence in my decorating. Im going to give Chip It a try.

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  7. Stunning!!!

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    1. I would love to use chip it for my kitchen. It sure could use a spruce up!

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  8. It looks like a magazine spread!! I love it - the color, the organization, the pretty details!!

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  9. bookmarking this to remember storm cloud, that color might be perfect for my guest room. speaking of, that's the next room on my list! i've been a little indecisive over what path to take color wise. i always gravitate towards blues and greys. i'll have to give chipit a go!

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  10. This is the first time I've been to your blog. Great job on the laundry room. I love it!

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  11. Love everything about this! Using ChipIt for the laundry room is a great idea. I would love to use it in my much smaller laundry room to add some color and fun to make the room easier to work in!

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  12. Re-tweeted your post about it! Would love to win for my own laundry room!

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  13. What a beautiful space your laundry room turned out to be. I am getting ready to start my whole house and I love SW paint so the chip it tool will come in handy.

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  14. Absolutely gorgeous! I'd love to do our guest room or office.

    -Erin @ DIY On the Cheap

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  15. Such a beautiful space! I would love to just sit in that chair and read a book while the laundry was washing. Thank you for sharing your process.

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  16. Your laundry room turned out beautifully. I would use the chipit tool for my basement living room.

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  17. What a great idea to use Chip it! as color inspiration for a room. I am planing on redoing my guest room this Fall..thanks for the inspiration!

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  18. I would use this tool for so many things, but first off probably for my living room! Looks great!

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  19. I would love to make over my foyer/up the stairs/upstairs hallway.It is all connected.

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  20. This turned out just fabulous! I LOVE the colors and your way of interpreting them! This room is so beautiful, I would look forward to doing laundry there!
    Where did you get that great drying rack?

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  21. How beautiful! I love the blue/grey walls!

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  22. Your space looks fantastic! What a transformation!

    I actually just used the chip it application on an image of a piece of fabric. It determined my wall color!! Sweet!

    Thanks so much for the amazing giveaway. This would really help to make my room come together.

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  23. Wow! I just love the way your laundry room turned out. The colors are fantastic but the room is clean and so put together. You have given me some very good ideas. Is the laundry drying rack from Ballards? I've admired that rack in their catalog before.

    Now if I win this, I will be doing a guest room we have. Right now it is filled with boxes and all the miscellaneous stuff from our recent move. My hope is to make this room nice and girly....because I live with all men. :)

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  24. Your room is beautiful! The dark blue works well because you have a window! I would love a window in my laundry, but that is not possible! I am trying to find a way to cheer up my laundry room and you have given me some great ideas! Thanks.

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  25. Wow, this is fantastic! Love the colors and those prints! This tool would really help me redo our kitchen.

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  26. Looks great! Would love to makeover my family room. It's in desperate need of a makeover! Great tool to use when you can't decide on anything!

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  27. As usual, this looks amazing!! I love seeing all of your great finished products. You are so inspiring!! I am going to use Clipit to get my living room done. I want to go with a Gray/Black theme and I found some awesome Black Toile Fabric!!

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  28. I would love to makeover my kitchen! It definitely could use some color and pattern and this tool would be very handy.

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  29. I tweeted this promotion: https://twitter.com/shoegal706/status/227745812472545280

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  30. I would redo my Bathroom with the Chipit! tool!

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  31. Link to tweet https://twitter.com/kelster0622/status/22737718287892480

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  32. I am also trying to get inspired to redo my laundry room which has dark, 70s paneling, and dark linoleum flooring. Love the colors and all the accents in your room!

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  33. Beautiful room! I will be doing our kitchen soon, so I would like to try it there.

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  34. The room turned out beautifully! Love the color of storm cloud, such a great blue/gray. I would love to do my husband's home office with the chip it tool. I'm working on my laundry room right now and love your fabulous ideas!

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  35. I have a new house and could make over any room if I won!

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  36. ooooh so pretty! love your room. great job!! what a fab tool!

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  37. Love it! I'm really digging on these deep, rich blues lately. Painting my basement media room area in a similar color and am LOVING it. Great punches of white contrasting the blue, and the fabrics and patterns you've chosen tie in beautifully!

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  38. It's gorgeous! I love the wall color and all your accents. The drying rack is genius!!! Beats my rickety old one that I have. Lovely space!

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  39. I love the laundry room update! I would use the giveaway to makeover our playroom. We are soon expecting #2 and his room is currently the playroom. We are moving the playroom into a larger room and starting from scratch! Our older daughter is a leukemia patient and although treatment is going well, we often stay home and play to avoid germs. I want to give her an awesome room so hopefully she doesn't have to feel like she's missing out on things other 3 year olds get to do.

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  40. I love your laundry room! I am ready to take on our master bedroom.

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  41. I would love to redo my laundry room just like you!

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  42. My husband and I are relocating, but once we get into our next home, I know we will want to paint!

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  43. White on white on white in a bad and boring 1990's sorta way, my master bath could use that $1,000 (plus whole lot more) to make it feel more special!

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  44. What a beautiful laundry room! I love the nautical feel. I would love to make over my kitchen with the Chip It tool!

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  45. I have been playing with Chip It! since I read this post this AM, turning all my "Clothes" pins from Pinterest and Polyvore into paint chips. Too much fun! But how do I decide which color should go where?

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  46. I love it! Now if I could get my husband on board with color on the walls...

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  47. Using ChipIt may be just what I need to pull my kitchen together. I seem to go all over the place when trying to coordinate colors.

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  48. Your laundry room is just beautiful. I would love to chip it in my kitchen. A project that I plan on doing soon.

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  49. I would use the Chip It tool to make over my bedroom using the colors in the rug.

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  50. This probably seems unoriginal, but I too need to redo my laundry room. It is just plain white with concrete floors right now. I wanted to use it to express a fun palette instead of the "safer" colors around my house right now. I've been sitting on the idea for months. I love the idea of the chip it tool to do this based on an inspiration. Such a terrific idea!

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  51. I would love to makeover our basement with this tool. It's unfinished and I can't wait to get started on making it a livable space!

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  52. I would really love to redo my great room. I've actually been thinking about the blues and tans you used. It's time for a change!

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  53. The ChipIt tool is so awesome! I just bought a condo in Chicago and I would use it to makeover the living room!

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  54. I would LOVE to redo our laundry/powder/mud room area. This is a fantastic giveaway - thanks!

    aschrick at insight dot rr dot com

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  55. The room looks amazing! I love the color and the fabrics. You have inspired me to finish accessorizing my laundry room!
    -Shelley

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  56. I tweeted(& followed you on twitter!)...not sure how to post the link. @AndiLew

    aschrick at insight dot rr com

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  57. I love how the laundry turned out--great color combo! We would like to do out back patio. It is a covered porch with cement floor and built-in barbeque--but oh does it need work! Chip-it to the rescue.....

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  58. We have a family room in our finished basement that could really use some help in feeling cozy. Right now it feels full of "leftovers" from upstairs. Love your laundry room!
    Lisanne411 at yahoo dot com

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  59. Crystal crystalbrew@fuse.netJuly 24, 2012 at 7:35 AM

    This is beautiful. great colors and continuity. You amaze me how you say one day, "I am going to make over my laundry room" and lo and behold a week later, there it is magazine ready. It takes me a year (or more) to make over a room. I would love to make over my daughter's room with chip it. I am going for pink and gray french feel. Pick me! I love your blog and style. Always look forward to seeing makeovers. I would love to see more source lists! Thanks!

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  60. Love the chipit idea and LOVE your laundry room makeover!

    I'm gathering ideas now for redo of my kitchen. I'll be painting boring oak cabinets, island, etc, then on to hallways, front door, living room, and onward up the stairs! Isn't it always an ongoing project?

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  61. I would use the chip it tool for my bathroom. We started a remodel a few years ago but never finished. The walls are still just the unfinished drywall. I LOVE your laundry room. It turned out beautiful, such a nice fresh feeling space.

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  62. turned out great. love the wall color!

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  63. What a neat idea! It looks beautiful! While we've lived in our home for a year now, we're still not really settled so if I won, I would redo our office or our kitchen.

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  64. I love your makeover!!! I am obsessed with the nautical prints and color scheme--I wish my laundry room was big enough to do that!

    AND, I would makeover my guest bathroom! It is the only room that hasn't been decorated yet and is in sad need of a makeover!

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  65. I would love to use Chip It to make over our son's room!

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  66. First, let me say just how much I adore your make-over! It's simply P-E-R-F-E-C-T-I-O-N! As for my own home, I'm in the process of gathering ideas for an office make-over. I can't wait to spend some time with the chip it tool! Looks like it's a tremendous help.

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  67. Love the way it turned out. Who wouldn't love to do laundry
    in a space like that! I would use Chipit to redo our bedroom. I would love to make it into a tranquil space.

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  68. I posted to twitter: 10:49 AM - 24 Jul 12 via Tweet Button · Embed this Tweet

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  69. Wow! Who wouldn't want to do laundry in there? What a gorgeous space! Definitely trying that Chip It tool.
    Thanks for your inspiration

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  70. I would love to use this tool for our new house. We won't have built ins and a Victorian color scheme so this will be challenging as I would love the tool to pick up on items I have I use to help me decide.

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  71. Just beautiful! Love the color palette. I would make over our huge, cottage-cheese ceiling, upstairs game room (which is currently just a big storage room)!

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  72. I would love to make over my kitchen with Chip It!

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  73. Need to redo my laundry....i love your ideas. I could start littlr and just paint then add all the details

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  74. Chip It is BRILLIANT!! Love the laundry room! I would make over my "toy" room. It is the first room you see when you enter my home and has been used as a play room. Now that my kids are a little older, it sits empty----a blank slate!

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  75. LOVE your new laundry room! I love the Chip it tool as well.
    The deep color of Storm Cloud is so rich-gorgeous.

    I'd redo our dining room room if I were to win...

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  76. I need to make over my bedroom for sure. I got my dream duvet cover(the Pottery Barn Spring Sparrow)as a gift after a year or two dreaming about it, and still need to match the rest of the room to the design. Sounds like the matching tool would be perfect-I could use a picture of my cover to inspire the rest of the room. I love that idea!

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  77. Wow love it!!! I am going to have to try chip it for my livingroom! Im having a hard time with colors.
    Jen H
    jenellendesign at hotmail dot com

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  78. I have a living room that needs some serious help - I just got out of college so we can't afford to do it ourselves yet. This would really help in making our house feel like a home!

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  79. How fun! Your laundry room looks amazing! I woukld use the chip it tool in my kitchen. I'm just starting to think about a renovation.

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  80. Love it! Can you share the linoleum you used?

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  81. Wow- I love it!!! It turned out beautiful!
    Can I ask where you got the rug?? I adore that!

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  82. I would just LOVE to update our living room. We just moved into a typical builder type house in a new subdivision. It's the perfect lay out and size for my new family, but SOOOO beige!

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  83. I have actually been wanted to make-over my laundry room! We just moved and our old laundry was great, but our new one looks a little dingy... it makes me never want to enter (at least this is the excuse I am using to avoid doing the laundry...)! You've inspired me to get in there and get to work!

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  84. We're moving into our first home next month and it definitely needs some new colors...the master bedroom is currently orange and peach! I can't wait to make it a little more, er, modern.

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  85. I would make over my family room- it needs help.
    I was also wondering where you got your drying rack/shelf- I have been wanting that exact thing in my laundry room.

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  86. I will definitely try this tool! I am always looking for color inspiration!

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  87. Oh my goodness! My Dining room!! I cannot seem to find a direction to go. Driving me insane. I am so intrigued with the Chip It system. Cannot wait to try it!
    ashlie.rainwater@yahoo.com

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  88. I think the chipit tool would be a great way for me to finally do something with my Master bedroom It currently sports all white walls an Ikea brown black iron bed and very dark brown floor to ceiling curtains for light control. It desperately needs some help but I just didn't know what direction to go in. Chip it sounds like such a great way to move from inspiration photos to a final product.

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  89. Love to redo the bedroom! It needs a calming boost!

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  90. I would love to redo our master bedroom and playroom and our living and our kitchen. Lets face it, I want to redo our whole house. It if forever evolving!

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  91. Tweeted! https://twitter.com/thiscasita/status/227824652704165888

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  92. I am about to be painting a big boys room and a new nursery, so this giveaway would be perfect for those projects!

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  93. I don't think I've seen a prettier laundry room - you rock! Our family room has been crying for some attention - maybe the chip it tool would get the ball rolling. Thanks for the giveaway.
    twelve30(at)gmail(dot)com

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  94. I need serious help in my craft/guest room! The Chip It! tool seems like just the right thing for this job. :D Right now the room is the worst shade of dusty turquoise with patches of other colors where I've been trying to find just the right color for it. Thanks for the links, and your laundry room turned out beautifully!

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  95. Just to add to everyone else's exclamation - that is GORGEOUS! I've been looking at some really cute laundry room redo's because it's on my list. I will look no further!

    Thanks for sharing! And yes, I love that ChipIt tool!!!

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  96. I love love love the Chip it tool! Our Master Bedroom is in desperate need of some love. The Chip It tool will definitely come in handy!

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  97. I would use the chipit tool to makeover our family room! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  98. I would use the chipit tool for my master bedroom. Its been so neglected and needs to a makeover desperately!
    PS - I wish my laundry room looked like yours. Amazing!

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  99. My kitchen & dining room area - I am at a loss as to what to do with it!! I am definitely going to give Chip It a try!!

    joellaelbert@gmail.com

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  100. Beautiful colors! I've been in the middle of redecorating our master bedroom, but this has inspired me to tackle our laundry room. It is the first room most people see when entering our home, and it could really use a face lift.

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  101. I would love to make over my dining room with chip it!! It is in bad shape right now!

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  102. My dining room needs this SO BAD! We got our kitchen completely renovated over a year ago and just haven't had the money to move onto the dining room! This would be AWESOME! lalalewi@gmail.com

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  103. https://twitter.com/MeSooLaLa/status/227834587345211392

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  104. Wow! It looks fantastic! I think that because you are a professional, it came together quite well. I would love to give our bedroom some lovin'! It's a horribly sad space right now. I attempted to fix it up about 2 years ago (yikes! really?) and it was an epic fail. It's a small room so a little could go a long way.

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  105. Leslieabruce57@yahoo.com Absolutely beautiful. I down loaded chip it but haven't played with it yet. Now I cAn't wait!

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  106. Your room loves fantastic! I love Storm Cloud - I painted my Master that color!
    I would reno our Sunroom with the ChipIt Tool. I love ChipIt. I play with it all the time!!!

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  107. Great makeover on your laundry room! I would love to make over my Dining Room/Kitchen. They are separated by a half wall and I can't wait to give Chip it a try.

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  108. Actually, I'm buying a 1927 Spanish bungalow and need to paint and redecorate every room in the house. I'm definitely going to experiment with the Chipit! tool to devise a palette for the entire house, --paint, furnishings & accessories. I find working from an overall palette to be the easiest way to create an interesting, layered decor that flows from one room to the next without being too one dimensional. This Chipit! tool sounds like it's going to be a great aid for accomplishing exactly that!

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  109. I would love to use the Chipit took to paint out living room area. We moved into a newly built home 6 yrs. ago and still have the original tan paint on the walls. I would love to give our main space a color make-over!

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  110. Since my whole house in under construction, I would love to paint any room!!

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  111. I would love to use the ChipIt tool for my living room. We moved into a newly built home 6 yrs. ago and still have the original tan paint on the walls. I would so enjoy giving our main space a color make-over!

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  112. I tweeted about this sweepstakes: https://twitter.com/Evil_Stepmother/status/227847252595589121

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  113. I have curtains in my kitchen that my mother helped me make years ago. I would love to use the chipit system on that fabric and use the chips to redo my kitchen. It really needs the help!

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  114. I'm so excited to see how great your space turned out. I would love to use the Chipit in almost anyroom in my new condo. We are in escrow, but when it closes it is the epitome of a fixer...so I will be doing lots of painting!

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  115. I would love to use the chipit tool on the curtains in my kitchen. My Mom helped me make them years ago and I love the colors in the fabric. The kitchen really needs some TLC and a bit of life.

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  116. It turned out beautiful. I would love to know where you got the sea life art work.
    Thanks.
    Erin
    erinandvictor@yahoo.com

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  117. OMG- those are my colors for redecorating my bedroom. Now that I am single and sans cats (whoot), I can pull out my blue and brown comforter that matches perfectly with the colors you picked! WOO HOO I can make the bedroom truly MINE! THANKS

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  118. https://twitter.com/BTHM1/status/227853031490859008

    tweeted

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  119. miannie1@yahoo.comJuly 24, 2012 at 1:19 PM

    Love your laundryroom! Would love to use chip it to redo my own laundry room, or our bedroom and master bath, or the living room....:) ANY room!!

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  120. Your laundry room is beautiful...thanks for showing us a perfect example of how easy and beneficial the Chip It! tool is. With so many of us choosing to be DIY'ers Chip It! makes color selection so much easier. I will be using Chip It! with sea glass and a beautiful ocean shoreline picture to make over my guest bath.
    jfoor@fairpoint.net

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  121. Love your laundry room! I also would like to do my laundry room. Chipit would help choose colors from this fun and colorful rug I have in there from Urban Outfitters. That would just about complete the room!
    beth.neperud@gmail

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  122. OMG I am soooo jealous of your laundry space, it turned out positively gorgeous!! Doing laundry must be so much more enjoyable now! :D

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  123. LOVE the colors . . . and that drying rack. I must have one when I finally wave my magic paint brush at my laundry room and make it as pretty as yours :D

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  124. Tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/fleurishllc/status/227876176549535745

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  125. I would probably choose the laundry room also. I've considered a lot of different colors for that room, but it has remained builder white for the past 11 years! :)

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  126. Yay! This is the color combo that I picked when you asked us a while back. I just love the look of that sharp navy with the color o' burlap. It is like a "do work" in a casual kind of way. I would like to use the Chip It to do my bedroom. It is a room that I have been putting off forever. I like the drama and passion of red but don't want to be "angry". I've been told that if I paint my bedroom red that I'll go to bed and wake up angry. Ha! I've always heard to pick soothing neutral colors for the bedroom but gosh darn it I love a good deep red in a dramatic bedroom. :)

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  127. I would love to do my master bedroom. I say do instead of redo, because it's never been done! Youngest child is leaving home, and it wold be the perfect time to have a fresh new start!
    can't wait to try the chip it! Great tool!
    Jan@TipGarden

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  128. Love the way the colors worked out in your laundry room. You've totally inspired me to use Chip It to makeover a space in my house. The room that needs it the most it our Family Room, but that will be a challenge as it is completely open to all of the other rooms on our first floor.

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  129. Tweeted!

    https://twitter.com/jmanglin/status/227893403302649856

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  130. Looks fantastic! I would love to use chip-it to redo my formal living room/dining room!

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  131. Here's my blog post about this wonderful opportunity!

    http://tipgarden.blogspot.com/2012/07/win-chance-to-makeover-room-in-your-home.html

    Jan @ TipGarden

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  132. Fingers crossed! Here's my blog entry...
    http://jenkesler.blogspot.com/2012/07/yellow-cape-codsherwin-williams-chip-it.html

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  133. Don't you just love your laundry room?!?!?! I DO! I wouldn't even feel as if I were doing a chore in that room.
    I would really like to use the chip it tool for our master bedroom. It needs a life so badly. I've got two colors in mind, but I need more colors to complete the look. Can't wait to try the Chip It.

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  134. What a beautiful laundry room!! My master bath is SO in need of a makeover. White walls, white fixtures and shiny gold trimmed faucet and shower door!

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  135. I need some new color combos for every room!

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  136. I would love to redo my family room - the painted paneling must go!

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  137. I would love to use chip it and redo my master bedroom...its very sad looking right now :/
    love you laundry room makeover

    rayanabotelho@gmail.com

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  138. My living room needs H.E.L.P. in a big way. I'd love to use chip it to turn the masking tape tan walls into something dramatic. Thanks for the give away!

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  139. The room is so lovely- especially the fabrics! Could you share the source for the zebra print? We just moved back to the States and put an offer on a house today, so I could use paint for just about any room in this house!

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  140. I would love to use chip it for our master bedroom it is the last room in our house that we need to do but I have run out ideas

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  141. I'd like to re-do my bedroom.

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  142. Thank you for the giveaway! I have been itching to redo my bedroom. The master bedroom is the only one with nothing on the walls! My kids are too lucky that I was able to give them cute themed rooms according to their likes.

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  143. gorgeous! i'd love to redo my bedroom with chip it! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  144. https://twitter.com/DesMoinesDealin/status/227940245637836800 scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  145. Great job! It is gorgeous! Love the expanding drying rack--can you share where you purchased it? I would love to use Chip it for my family room--it needs resuscitation!

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  146. I would love to makeover my powder bath or my bedroom! Cdmccurdy34atgmaildotcom

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  147. Beautiful job? Chip It would be a big help with my guest bathroom re do. One question - WHERE DID YOU GET THAT AMAZING DROP DOWN DRYING RACK? It is flipping amazing :)))

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  148. Love this! I have found the perfect outfit to use to help me make over my living room!

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  149. I am so inspired by so many of your projects and the color combinations you have used. I have a plain white office that I would love to make into a craft room while incorporating all the organizational components I need to keep my family running! This is my own little space (no sharing with kids or husband) so I really want to add a burst of color and make it my own little space!

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  150. I love your finished laundry room!! What a beautiful room to spend time in even thought not for a very glorious reason!

    I would LOVE to makeover our living room. I have wanted to paint ALL the yellow oak trim white and the walls a wonderful shade of gray that everyone seems to be using.

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  151. I would use ChipIt for my bedroom. I'm moving in two weeks, so half the rooms in the house need to be painted anyway.

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  152. I would *love* to try this out with my kitchen. I've been aching to update it, and this just might be what I need!

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  153. Sarah, your laundry room is gorgeous! I love the color you chose and the curtains and accents you put with it. So cool that you did it through chip-it! If I win the giftcards I would save them for next year when my husband graduates and hopefully we get a house of our own. Man the possibilities then! Thanks for this awesome giveaway! I also featured you on my blog today. Love your work, Sarah!

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  154. Nice job on the laundry room! I installed Chip It on my toolbar a couple of weeks ago and have been having fun using it! The next room in our house to get a make over is the craft room. It's in serious need of some rearranging, organization, and color!!

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  155. Oh your laundry is gorgeous!! Love everything you did in there! I'd use ChipIt for inspiration on a color pallette for our master bedroom! It's next on my "hit list" and I'm completely stumped on what direction to take it in as it's still builders beige

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  156. I just tweeted about the giveaway here: https://twitter.com/Smallchic/status/228182811046207488

    Thanks for the extra chance! I loooove the color you used in your laundry room!

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  157. I would love to paint our living room. We have an open floor plan and I am having a hard time trying to choose a color. I will have to try chip it! Thank you. I love the color you chose.

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  158. That is one of the prettiest laundry rooms I have ever seen! Love those colors! - Tweeted at https://twitter.com/artnouveauqueen/status/228202459775000576

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  159. Absolutely beautiful job - those colors would look great in a bedroom or a den. I will definitely use that ChipIt next time. Really lovely job Sarah!

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  160. I would love to do this to my whole house if I could afford to! but for now, i think my kitchen/dining room needs some love for sure! Picking a Pin from pinterest is a brillian way to use to chip it! I'm so going to have to get that! Thank you for the great ideas!

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  161. I absolutely love this laundry room set up and color scheme! I want to try the Chip it! tool for our first floor. It's an open floor plan that includes our living room, dining room, and kitchen. I want to keep it light and fresh, so having some budget friendly inspiration is a plus! Thanks for sharing this!

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  162. Your laundry room looks amazing! I would love to redo our bedroom. It is in desperate need of some character!

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  163. I would love to try the chip it! tool for our bedroom. 13 years of marriage, 4 kids, and 5 cities later, we still have never had a put together/decorated bedroom. It is always just thrown together with what is left.

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  164. Really love, love, love the room! Great colors and the beach is my favorite, so I like that too! Where did you find the crab and seahorse pictures? They would go great in my beach bathroom!

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  165. I love your makeover laundry room. I think it would be my favorite room in my house and that can't be good. I would make over a small room that has been serving as a storage "dumping ground" into a guest bedroom if I won. Need something creative to do in it because it makes your laundry room look large. Thanks for the wonderful ideas and giveaway. Deborah in Atlanta omahaflash@bellsouth.net

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  166. I love the rich blue Color!!!! It makes my laundry room so drab. We moved into a new home where all the walls and ceiling are tan. A great color if it was one room, I feel like I am in a box. I would love to use that tool in our master bedroom to get rid of the tan box and add some elegance to it.

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  167. Our master bedroom...which is currently a deathly blood red color the previous owners left us

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  168. I would love to use the chip-it tool to makeover my combination family room/office/craft area/tv game area!

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  169. I would love to use the chip it tool to redo my kitchen!!

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  170. Congrats on your new laundry room! I'm guessing it makes laundry more fun? No?

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  171. Sarah I love that you used the chip it on an fashion board - what a great idea for color inspiration! It looks beautiful!

    I would love to make over our home office so it's more inviting.

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  172. I blogged about it here: http://queenoftheclick.com/?p=1605

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  173. Wow! What a beautiful space you've created! Love everything about it! You are an inspiration and bring out the "decorator in me" with each and every gorgeous room you finish!

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  174. I love your newly designed laundry room! If my laundry room looked like that I wouldn't mind doing my family's laundry. The outfit that you chose is fabulous and makes perfect sense to use what you would wear to dress up a space in your home! I just found your blog and love all your inspiration.

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  175. Seeing how you used Sherwin Williams Chip It! is very inspiring to me. I've been wanting to redo my bedroom but as I'm not very design savvy I was unsure where to start. It intrigued me the way you pulled the colors of the paint chips in not just by paint but through the colors of the materials, decorations, and accents. I know I want blue as the color palette of my bedroom. I really like the combine you put together. I hope you don't mind if I borrow it? Thanks for the inspiration!

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  176. Looks great! I would redo my kitchen.

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  177. I love it, very simple yet elegant. I would love to redo the master bedroom in my home, it hasn't had a make over in almost 10 years.

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  178. I would actually use the gift card to go towards painting the exterior of my house and spruce up my little front porch. I just bought a fixer upper and the exterior is in serious need of some updating. Excited about the Chip It feature because it can help me get the ideas out of my head into something tangible :)

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  179. We are currently building a house so I see Chip It being very valuable to me in the near future. Would probably like to give it a go making a big girl room for my 2 year old, we keep telling her she gets a new room in the new house!

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  180. Your laundry room is beautiful! I love the color combination and the paisley fabric! Barbara bbachus@nycap.rr.com

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  181. I think that room would actually make me want to do laundry! love it! I'm about to redo my own laundry room ~ thanks for the inspiration.

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  182. Beautiful laundry room, I love the clean simple look. My fiance and I are moving in together and I would love to decorate our master bedroom.

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  183. My kitchen needs a color revamp. I've been struggling at what color combos would work in the space. This color chip will be a great step forward for me, I will no longer be color challenged!

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  184. Your laundry room makes me want to make over my whole house! But I think I'd have to start with my bedroom - it's been the junk room for way too long.

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  185. erin, This is beautiful and I love that you got the color inspiration from an outfit! I am inspired to for my month of garage organizing/laundry room.

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  186. Love the look!

    Our family room/kitchen needs the most help. Right now it is just a whole lotta brown!

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  187. This room is incredible! I would love to make over my son's bedroom!

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  188. Beautiful colors. Makes the room look so much bigger!

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  189. Looks amazing!

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  190. I would like to redo my loving room using Chip It! The laundry room looks great and the tool seems user friendly and fun!

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  191. I love it!! I downloaded the Chip It immediately. We just bought our first home and I need to paint the whole thing. Actually, it is painted beautifully already, I just don't care for the colors. Can't wait to get started.
    Unfortunately I was not patient enough for you to tell us where you bought everything and went on a mad search for that laundry drying rack. I found it on the Ballard web site and promtly bought it! AND it was on SALE!!!
    Thank you for posting this at such a convenient time for me - hehe.

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  192. Love it! But I love all your ideas! I would love to use chip it for my laundry remodel and bathroom remodel!
    Thanks so much!
    Lisa

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  193. Laundry has got to be less of a chore in a room like that! You have inspired me to get a move on and make over my own. Thanks for sharing all of your great ideas. I love the fabric you picked. Beautiful!

    ~Kim

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  194. The color scheme reminds me of my wedding colors, very nautical. I just bought Sherwin Williams "OverJoy" to paint a bathroom inspired by another BlogHer chip it blogger! I want to make over my master bedroom in earth tones - tans, red, burnt orange.

    Tweet: https://twitter.com/LaineBeyerl/status/228652054594322432

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  195. My first choice was the other more be achy colors, but I love how this came together. Chip-it is an awesome tool. Great job and thanks for the chance to win!

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