CeCe Caldwell’s Paints is pleased to announce the release of two new vibrant colors: Las Vegas Fuchsia and Windsor Blue. Each is a vibrant and energizing color that makes a statement and demands attention. They add that pop of color in your décor and design. To get you thinking about how to use these colors, I thought I would share some of the ways it is already being used on different projects.
Before I move on the colors, look closely at the cans. Notice something different? They are half-liter cans (16.9 FL OZ) and a new size for CeCe Caldwell’s Paints. They are a great size for a single project or several smaller projects. All of our colors will now be available in the half-liter size. They retail around the $23-26 price point. Look for them at your local or on-line Retailer.
Now, I will introduce our new colors. First up is our Las Vegas Fuchsia. Just like Vegas — this is bold, bright, and dazzling!
Kathy Martin, a Graham, TX Retailer, rocked the glam on this chest and side chair. She painted the chair’s vinyl upholstery. Visit Kathy at The Vogue.
But what about Windsor Blue? It’s a royal color that doesn’t just create a presence, but demands it!
But being bold with Windsor Blue does not always mean doing a big piece of furniture. Elsie Russell our Denison, TX Retailer, made a vibrant window display for her store, 2 Chicks and Some Paint. The centerboard is painted in Windsor Blue. I am quite smitten with this display.
Pamela Burt, our CeCe Retailer in Dumas, TX, gave this side table an update with Windsor Blue and then added an aged look by glazing with our Kukui Stain + Finish. You can find Pamela at The Designer’s Garage.
When we first released these colors on our Facebook page, we asked our viewers which was their favorite. The results were a statistical tie. I believe Las Vegas may have gotten one or two more votes. Which is your favorite?
Stay tuned to our Facebook page for the next two new colors, as we plan on debuting them around the first of May.
Lastly, I want to thank all of you who responded and commented after my post about Bob. Bob has returned home. My husband (RT) has spoken with him several times. The very first time he chatted with him, RT was quick to tell me how great Bob sounded and said he sounds better and more positive than he has in years.