Early on into our move, I found a fixer-upper campaign piece for sale on Facebook. We hadn't unpacked everything and my workshop was nothing more than a junk drawer for empty boxes and miscellaneous curtain rods. But the price was right (and it was an easy pick up on my way home) so I brought it home without a plan.
After posting the cabinet in my stories on Instagram, I immediately got a DM from a client who was looking for a cute little storage piece for her living room. After a couple conversations about colors we landed on an old favorite as our inspiration - this piece from 2016:
Since the paint color from our inspiration piece was a custom mix, I got the paint color-matched to finally get a name: True Taupewood by Behr.
It's a warm shade of greige that reminds me of wet potters clay.
This color is super moody when it wants to be.
And plays really well with the bright gold tones of the original campaign hardware:
Like these brass recessed pulls.
And corner braces.
Despite what it looks like a first glance, those pulls aren't on individual drawers - they are actually on a pair of doors that open up into a cabinet.
For styling, I broke out my with diy chandelier which sadly doesn't have a home in our new place... yet ;)