Want to know the crazy thing? We ordered this paint online. At the time, we didn’t even want to go into a hardware store and for the price of a gallon of Behr Charcoal Blue paint, we knew it was worth trying. Little did we know how many DIY paint projects a gallon of this paint would get us. Here are 6 paint projects using Behr Charcoal Blue.
Where can you buy Behr paint?
We ordered it online from Home Depot. We did when we ordered our stock cabinets for our laundry room makeover. Now we thought we were going to use two gallons to paint our interior doors, but I guess that DIY project just hasn’t happened yet.
We are noramally Sherwin Williams paint people. But even on sale, SW paint can sometime run you a lot more than this paint. Therefore, that is why we tried this paint. As of right now, it is holding up on all of our projects (and we have kids that completely destroy things). I am sure next year we can come back and update if this paint easily become damaged, etc.
Learn how to paint stock cabinets to create these unique laundry room storage cabinets. Add some fun hardware in order to cheaply add character and functionality to one of the most used rooms in the house.
Make sure you check out the easy custom shelving next to these laundry room cabinets!
Mixing this grayish blue color with white really updated this oak railing. You have to see the difference from before to now! Again, this is just another way that paint can cheaply help you makeover your home.
Not only was Behr Charcoal Blue used to create an accent wall, but it was used to paint the opposite pegboards. Normally we wouldn't use "trim" paint for an accent wall, but be resourceful, and using supplies you already have is how we do things!
Why not keep an old light fixture and paint it? Here an old oak bathroom vanity light was completely made over with simple coats of paint. We love how this easy DIY paint project really modernizes the small space.
Using a combination of farmhouse brackets and painted wood shelves created a whole new vibe in this craft closet. Taking the doors off of this basement closet was a sure way to make this old closet completely functional.
Hello! My name is Erin and I am a DIY nut. Currently, I live in Ohio with my beautiful family. My husband and I love making our house a home through DIY projects. I hope this site inspires you to become a DIY nut!