Simple Paint Chip Art

Who likes free things? Who likes pretty free things? Is your hand still up? Then you’re in luck cause today I’m sharing with you this simple Paint Chip Art.

paint chip art

If there is one thing this blog has helped me with it is finishing projects. I have to finish them completely so that they are ready to share with all of you, and on the day that I installed my Rustic Modern Floating Shelves I was so excited that I just had to style them right away so I could post them. (Psst…want to know how I got that pattern on my walls? I’ll tell you all about it right here.)

The problem is that I don’t have a very large budget when it comes to decorating and I have a really hard time spending money on accessories. Am I the only one? I want pretty things to complete the look of my home, but let’s be honest, they just sit there so spending money on them feels funny to me.

So I was in a pinch. Empty shelves. Not a lot of money to spend. And a stack of paint samples is some of my favorite colors! Problem solved!

paint chip art

So I took some of my favorite colors and thought up a simple pattern.

paint chip art

I ended up with rectangles in 3 different shades of blue. The rectangles get a little shorter in each column to add some interest.

paint chip art

Then I cut a little spot for a pop of color. I originally thought this coral color was the ticket. But you can see in my final photos that I ended up with the yellow. I think it pops more.

paint chip art

After I framed it in a white frame I had stashed in a closet, I added it to my shelves. I like the color it adds and I loved the price!

paint chip art

And there you have it!

Are you guilty of taking paint samples too? Something about all of the colors makes them irresistible.

You may also like:

DIY Rustic Modern Floating Shelves

DIY Rustic Modern Floating Shelves Tutorial

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DIY Sharpie Hexgon “Wallpaper”

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About Corey

Corey is the creative behind Hey There, Home where she shares easy-to-follow and beautiful home decor and entertaining ideas. Her mission? To make home decor accessible to everyone, even if you don't consider yourself crafty, and to empower people to decorate their homes in a way that they can actually be lived in, not just looked at.

23 thoughts on “Simple Paint Chip Art

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  2. What a cute and clever idea. I always want to grab up all those paint chip cards and make something with them. I love it!

  3. Love. Love. Love this Corey!! Creative and FREE!! That ‘s the best combo!
    Thanks for sharing a Project Inspire{d}! I featured your paint chip art this week. 🙂

  4. Really cute, Corey! I’m especially interested in the hexagon thing going on on your walls looks great!

  5. So easy and looks fantastic! Perfectly styled on your shelves! Thanks for linking to Whimsy Wednesday! I featured your paint chip art this week. You can see the post here

    Hope to see you link up again this week!

  6. This is just ADORABLE! Free & frugal is my style haha I love it, and it caught my eye at the party–I had to stop by!

    I would love it if you stopped by our Facebook page, and said “hello!”

    Your fan,
    ~Cathy Mini

  7. […]  Aged Plank Wall from Simply Reinvented 2.  Rainbow Ice Bird Feader from Twig and Toadstool 3.  Paint Chip Art from Tiny Sidekick 4.  Chalkboard Tags from Maison de Pax 5.  Tissue Paper Roses from Handmade in the Heartland 6. […]

  8. You are my new crafting hero! I love this paint chip art. Eeek I’m so excited to feature it this week on the Link It or Lump It Party! Come check it out on Sunday!

  9. What a great idea! How creative! Thank you for linking up with Twirl and Take a Bow on Tuesdays! ~Tammy

    1. You have to try it! It is so easy and the colors of paint chips are so amazing. And who doesn’t love FREE? Thanks for your kind words.

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  11. This is such a great idea and I love the paint chip colors you used. Not to mention I have a bunch of paint chips lying around. I think I have a problem because every time I go to Lowes or HD I have to grab more, haha. Pinned 🙂

  12. So easy and pretty. I love the little pop of pink.

  13. I love this Corey, so clean and modern-Pinning 🙂

    xo, Tanya

  14. This has to be one of my favorite paint chip projects ever. Love the layout you came up with!

    1. Thanks Alexis! I had something more complicated in mind, but you know me…simple is better, and I love how it turned out!

  15. Really loving that paint chip art. Such a fun pattern and colors!

  16. Al says:

    Who doesn’t love cute and free? This is great. I’m pinning it as a way to use up some paint chips.

    1. I know! With all of the ideas I have going on in my head, coming up with a free one is a definite plus! Thanks for stopping by!

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