6 Paint Colors Used by Designers and DIYers Are 15% Off for Amazon Prime Day
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Updated Jul 13, 2022 11:17 AM
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While Amazon Prime Day is often when we find the best deals on office accessories, outdoor furniture, and robot vacuums, there’s another product on offer that’s key to any home renovation: paint. On July 12 and 13, choose from 50-plus colors by DTC darling Backdrop—you’ll save 15 percent on a gallon or half-gallon (the perfect amount for an accent wall, door, or sprucing up a piece of furniture past its prime), and 20 percent on a 5-gallon jug.
Why we love Backdrop: A gallon can cover up to 400 square feet of surface area; primer isn’t necessary; and it dries quickly, meaning you can put on another coat in as little as three hours, shortening weekend projects to a day. All you have to do is pick the right color. For inspo, we rounded up a few home tours (and a DIY project) that show how to use our favorite Backdrop paint colors.
A Bold Blue and a Bright Pink
If we had to choose the star of Chloe Fleur’s Los Angeles home, it’d be the bright blue railing, though it isn’t the only moment of color envy; the secret kids’ nook in saturated pink right beneath it is a close second.
A Muted Green
The green cabinet trend has staying power, but why not try the softer shade Airstream owner Sarabeth Hurst tapped to transform her home-on-the-go’s kitchen?
A Cool Charcoal
How could we not take a nod from the brand’s founders’ very own outdoor space? The black-dipped door, contrasted against a pure white exterior, is complemented by a brass door lock and glossy Spanish-inspired tile, all hugged by terracotta details.
A Stark White
If you don’t want anything too warm or creamy, then you’ll need a pure white. Supermoon is the cleanest Backdrop offers, making it a great fit for both exteriors and interiors, as this L.A. home flipped by Working Holiday Studio proves.
A Dark Blue-Green
In need of a moody accent wall? This blue-gray with hints of green should do the trick. It did for DIYer Liz Mundle, who completed her monochromatic bedroom makeover with an upholstered IKEA Malm bed frame.