Last week, I bought a set of coasters for my family room.
They were nice coasters. From the moment I saw them, I loved their
and dip-dyed shades of turquoise and coral.
For a reasonable price, I snapped them up, brought them home, spread them around my coffee table, and felt perfect peace.
Oh, what's that you say? You don't see any shades of blue or red in these photos?
Yes. That's because I have a serious problem with leaving well enough alone.
Somewhere along the recent way, I've tossed my lifelong obsession with bold color aside and decided that shades of black, white and grey are my new thing.
And within just a few hours of bringing these unsuspecting angels into my home and momentarily enjoying their bright coastal hues, I couldn't handle myself anymore.
Craving some delicious Scandinavian black and white minimalism, I dragged these innocent discs out into my rainy backyard where I attacked them with masking tape, various cans of paint and a passion for reforming them in my new image.
Now we are all living together in monochromatic heaven and I couldn't be any happier.
At least for now.
acacia wood coasters | target
side table | target
jade plant | home depot