kitchen entry

Add color to a rug

I recently purchased this indoor/outdoor area rug from Joss & Main to use right inside our French doors in the kitchen. For double French doors, I like having large mat.

Sphinx indoor outdoor Montego Hampton area rug

Join Joss & Main here {affiliate link: each time a friend joins through my link, I earn credit…so thank you} – exclusive deals on awesome decorating finds for members. When doing a Google search for this area rug, the best price I saw was $89. Joss & Main price: $49! Events change frequently but there are always great prices!

I love the pattern and colors but it was missing just a touch of red with the accents we’ve been adding…

red dresser makeover

I painted the microwave cart {dresser} and “Farmer’s Market” sign using Deco Art’s Americana acrylic craft paint “Tuscan Red”. Yes, I used acrylic craft paint on the dresser (it’s okay – it’s sealed and I just LOVE this shade of red). You didn’t think it was for crafts only, did you? Sometimes I’m such a rebel. ha!

adding color to a rug

With the same paint, I went over some of the sage green design in the area rug to give it just a little more color. Nothing major but it ties in a lot better…

painting a rug

Perfect!

  kitchen entry

Another fun way to add color to a door mat is with the Vecco welcome rug kit. What’s Vecco?

Vecco custom welcome rug

It is a kit for creating rugs and carpets inspired by you. With stencils,colorant sprays and sealants, you make custom designs that’ll tie any room together – you choose the design. You choose the color!




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