Where’s The Color?!

No this isn’t the internet circa 1930.

Your computer screen is just fine.

Vintage Revivals isn’t broken.

So where’s the color?!!? Would you believe that I gave it away? It’s for a good cause (one that you can also help with!!)

Sherwin-Williams National Painting Week is just around the corner and to kick things off we’re asking everyone to donate their digital color!! Here’s the deal. For all the digital color that’s “donated” they’ll give real paint to communities in need for projects to complete during National Painting Week and throughout the year!

As most of you long time readers know, National Painting Week is one of my absolute favorite times of the year. Its all about refreshing your space and we’ve had some pretty epic projects come as a result (like Dylan’s Dream Room, and Macie’s Bedroom Makeover) and I think its pretty safe to say that this year’s project is going to inspire you and make you feel allllll the feels. Mark your calendars cause its happening May 19-29, but you don’t have to wait until then to get involved, you can donate your digital color right now!!

Here’s how it works, head over to donateyourcolor.com and see all of the digital donation options. Changing a photo to black and white will give a community in need 500 sq/ft of paint, browse the web in black and white with a Chrome extension and they’ll give 1000 sq/ft, or donate your entire website (like I did!) and they’ll give 5000 sq/ft!! What an easy way to help make this world better and more beautiful, right?!

Here’s what you need to do, click this link and get the get the color donation train rolling. You have until May 18th to donate!! In 2016, more than 3,700 Sherwin-Williams volunteers completed more than 275 community projects across the U.S. and Canada. Through partnerships with Boys & Girls Club, Rebuilding Together, and Ronald McDonald House Charities. Just think how many more communities we can help this year!!

So whether its a simple photo, or donating the color from your entire site, you are helping! THANK YOU!!

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