Do your “after”s are always better than “before”s?

I always thought my sunburst mirror was camouflaged into my yellow wall. I wanted to have an accent wall, but then again too many colors would be fighting in the not-so-big family room. I wanted go safe. White always go well with the natural wood color and also matches well with the wall color and other stuff that I have in the room, so when I started to paint my half bathroom (It’ll be revealed later), I tackled this wall as well to reduce time and work load at the same time.

The result??

I don’t know. It looks ok/clean one day and it looks naked/cold the other day. I feel like I have to do something to fulfill the emptiness. I’m brainstorming and already have some ideas.

I’ll update my blog if I make any changes on the wall. What will you do? :)

Before. My white fireplace looked good with yellow wall, but not the mirror.

Before. The yellow wall looked good with the white fire place, but not with the mirror.

I also painted the mantle and tiles not to have two different toned white which is very ugly.
I also painted the mantle and tiles in same color not to have two different toned white which is very ugly.

After!
After!

After 2.

After 2.

 

After 3.

After 3.

After 4.

After 4.

From my office.

From my office.

 

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