Glidden Complete Paint Giveaway {Sponsored Post}

It's no secret I'm addicted to paint makeovers.  If it sits still in my house, there is a good chance it will be painted at some point or another (#paintallthethings). So when Glidden asked me to test out one of their two new paints, I was happy to oblige.





Complete is a new line of affordable, low VOC, stain blocking paint from Glidden and it seemed like the perfect test to try it on the shore bunk beds.  We were covering a solid pine Ikea piece without a primer so good coverage was important.  And we were putting this bed in a tiny room where my daughter would sleep as soon as the paint dried so the low VOC factor was key.

We went with one of my favorite colors - Marshmallow White in semi-gloss for extra durability.  We cracked open the can and got to painting.  One coat did a nice job of covering most areas but since we had no base color, a second coat was needed to get clean solid coverage.  The paint dried surprisingly quickly which allowed this project to be completed in a few hours spread over two days.  And despite allowing it to dry in a small room with the window closed, there was almost no noticeable odor lingering.  All in all, we were very happy with how it performed.  And the best part, its super affordable at just $28/gallon.



Now for the fun part!  Glidden agreed to let me give away up to 5 gallons Complete paint to one lucky winner. Want to makeover your space for zero dollars and zero cents?  Just enter the giveaway below.  Would love to know how you would put Glidden complete to work in your space.

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disclosure: this post is sponsored by Glidden but all opinions expressed are my own. For more paint inspiration, read my column at My Colortopia.

58 comments:

  1. Our dining room is a flesh color neutral that is hardly appetizing, so I would love to kick off repainting the house in that room!

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    1. Oh the dreaded flesh colored paint! You definitely need this paint :)

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  2. I have a room and a bunk bed that need paint desperately... I just haven't done it because of all of the coats I'd have to do. This just may be exactly what I need!!

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    1. If your piece already has paint on it, I'm guessing you might be able to get away with one careful coat. I think ours took 2 because it was bare wood. But no matter what, painting a bunk bed is a lot of work b/c of all the surface area.

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  3. We're working on a couple of dressers for the kids.

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  4. We moved into our home four years ago and our living room is still a light tan. It desperately has to go!

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  5. Just purchased a new home, and all of the rooms need paint refreshening!

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  6. My laundry room needs a new paint color! It's a dreaded room to paint because the washer and dryer must be moved out though.

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  7. I would paint my sunroom. It needs an update. New paint on the ceiling and walls. New flooring, New light fixtures. Paint would make a big difference.

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  8. The house we moved into has white walls in every room. They were minimalists but I need color. I think I'd paint my bedroom first.

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  9. I would paint the captain's bed in my son's room. It has been unfinished for years and I would be so happy to win a gallon giveaway. Your blog is always inspiring.

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  10. 5 gallons would go a long way in getting rid of the brown walls, ceiling, trim that our basement is currently painted (previous owners!).

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  11. I'm thinking that two bedrooms in our house would get a much needed makeover. This would go a long long way on the walls.

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  12. If I won, I would repaint my 2 bathrooms that are PEE yellow. And yes, I picked the color but my husband wouldn't let me repaint as we paid someone to paint for us. It was all I could think about when I read your post about your unfortunate brown bathroom.

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  13. I am in the process of redoing my kitchen..I cannot afford to hire a contractor to come in and do a complete rip/replacement so we are doing this project little by little when money and time allow. I would use the paint to jump start my project :)

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  14. I would use it to repaint the exterior trim on my house. I have a 100 yr old red brick house with all white trim including the large front porch which I've wanted to change and update, including painting the ceiling of the porch light blue.

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  15. I would paint my garage. Every space inside the house is painted, now the poor walls inside the garage need a little color and love.

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  16. I would paint my son's room. He wants a "teenager" room now that he's starting Middle School. I plan to change the color from tequila lime to something more grown-up, but still match his edgy personality.

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  17. I would repaint my master bedroom, guest bathroom & the new shiplap I hope to add to several places in my house. =)

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  18. Paint my laundry room!

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  19. Paint my daughter's big girl room she's moving to this summer!

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  20. omg, I would love some free paint! I bought a Leesa bed after seeing you feature it on your blog (plus of course doing my research ;-) ) and I couldn't be happier,so I am totally game for trying out a new paint you can get behind. We moved into a new house in February and I have painted NOTHING yet, so its much needed.

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  21. I would use it to paint my entryway, which is open to the stairway and living room. I have dreaming of a cohesive look, and freshening up the space. There is no better way to do that then with a fresh coat of paint!

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  22. I would love to paint our dining room, it surely needs it!

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  23. I have 3 rooms to paint...one is primed and the other is patched and sanded. I just need a kick in the butt to paint them all.

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  24. I would paint our living room. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. Our upstairs! We bought a house that needs a little love. We have made major progress with paint downstairs, but the upstairs could use some help!

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  26. I have had a paint swatch taped to my library wall for longer than I care to admit. I would love to finally get it painted!

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  27. We are converting an extra bedroom into a play room, so I would use it primarily for that. With whatever is left I would paint the inside of my garage.

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  28. I could finally give our upstairs a makeover like I've been wanting to do!!

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  29. I would tackle all the trim in my house!

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  30. We are buying a new house so this would help make our house a home.

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  31. I'd paint my living room. It's a boring shade of white.

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  32. Paint the nursery and kitchen

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  33. Our entire basement desperately needs painting!

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  34. My everything needs a fresh coat!! :)

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  35. I would paint my living room that needs it so bad.

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  36. I could finally paint my bedroom, my hall, down my stairs, and my shed. That would complete my list of projects.

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  37. Yay to a fresh coat of paint! in the process of moving so it would be very timely.

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  38. I just bought a new house and most of the rooms haven't been painted in 30 years...so I have some choices :)

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  39. We are starting a DIY kitchen renovation, and the paint would go a long way toward painting our bright red cherry cabinets!

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  40. I just bought a new to me china cabinet that is begging for fresh paint!

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  41. I was just considering repainting my kitchen cabinets...Although there is the desk that I have been hoping to paint...or the dresser...To many projects, too little time!

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  42. My husband and I just bought out first house and every room needs re-painted! This Glidden paint would be a lifesaver and so appreciated!

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  43. I want to re-paint the living room and loft area!

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  44. I would paint my living room and hallways. Thank you so much for the opportunity!

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  45. I would paint the stairway, thanks for the chance!

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  46. Most definitely I'd paint the Dining Room and our half bathroom. They are in desperate need of fresh new paint.

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  47. Love how the bunk bed turned out! I would use the paint in my Living Room and basement area.

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  48. We just bought a table and chair for my son's play area that needs painting and the stairwell area which is all scuffed up by our 4 year old and our pup :)

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  49. Our entire living room/dining room situation needs to be repainted (too beige!) so those 5 gallons would go a long way!

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  50. Well, this time tomorrow we will be homeowners, so I have a laundry list of things that need painting!

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  51. Need paint. Lots of paint!

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  52. Every wall in our new home is painter yellow- I need this! :-)

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  53. My bedroom furniture could use a makeover!

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  54. Aggie's room came out so well! I love that you took an IKEA piece and made it work so nicely on a budget. Well done mama!

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  55. We are hoping to sell our home this year so we could use the paint in so many projects! I'd start with our laundry room.

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