Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Sherwin-Williams. All views and opinions expressed in this post are my own!
I recently happened upon a solid wood bookcase at my local thrift store. For $12 it was a steal! We needed a bookcase in our master bedroom, and I knew adding a pop of color with paint would make it our own.
So I headed to my local Sherwin-Williams store! The closest location is really convenient (less than a 10 minute drive to my house, and an even shorter drive from my kiddos school). The store has everything I need in 1 stop: from primer to paint, brushes to paint tray liners.
The experienced associates give great advice on the best paint type, sheen, dry time, ect for each project. They are really good about giving me space if I just want to flip through paint swatches, and the minute I have a question they are ready to help.
The in-store ColorSnap Studio helped me narrow down which shades of yellow I was interested in (and my goodness there were a lot of good yellow options to pick from!).
Duration paint is a great option for DIY projects because it has great washability, resists color rub-off, and comes in multiple sheens. It also is easy to clean brushes with soap and water after painting.