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Check out these paint project Before & Afters photos from our readers. Or share your Before & Afters photos and the difference color made in your home. It's ok to show off colorful results you love!

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Beth's Bedroom

To see more pictures of this project go to http://homestoriesatoz.com

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Angie's Closet

Painting a closet that was just plain drywall and plywood before. See more details on my blog: www.thecountrychiccottage.net/2012/02/seasonal-items-closet-details.html .

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Angie's Cabinet

I painted a vintage cabinet for a huge change. Check out the details on my blog: thecountrychiccottage.net

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Jennifer's Living Room

This room was so dark and dated. The paint color was a deep hunter green with a yellowish/beige ceiling color. We lightened everything up with white paint on the fireplace, trim, and ceilings, and pale gray on the walls. We also added beams.

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Roeshel's Dressing Room

We weren't fans of previous owner's child's graffiti but love the new color for our spare bedroom turned dressing room!

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Roeshel's Bedroom

Our guest bedroom gets a makeover - love the power of paint! Painted floors too! Soft blue is the perfect backdrop for a fun color like orange!

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Michelle's Other

Our mudroom was plain and boring. We added some molding, a bench, and a pretty blue on the walls. Read more at decorandthedog.blogspot.com

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Kristin's Office

With a lot of paint and a fun pop of color in the back of the bookshelves I gave this tired desk a new life.

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Gail's Living Room

My fireplace was downright ugly. I have hated it for years. The brick, the stone mantel and hearth. I changed the facade of the fireplace and gave everything a fresh coat of white paint.

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Gail's Kitchen

My kitchen is dark with only one tiny window. Although I like oak cabinets, I felt I needed to lighten it up a LOT! I painted the cabinets, the floor, the ceiling fan, and even the countertops.

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