So you decide to paint that old dresser green and off you head to the paint store. But when you see the wall of paint chips, you're not exactly sure what you had originally envisioned. Did you want apple, avocado, or acid? Or was it forest, leaf, or grass? Here's a solution we love.
Roy McMakin is a Seattle-based architect, designer, and furniture maker who created this dresser. What a refreshing reminder that the multiple choice handful of paint chips you've accumulated in your hand doesn't have to have only one right answer. It's also a great way to tie in a couple of shades of a color that you might be using in a room.
You can see more of McMakin's work, including an incredible green staircase, at Matthew Marks Gallery.
(Image via: Matthew Marks Gallery)