opi…for your walls?

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Samoan Sand, Do You Lilac It?, Chick Flick Cherry – the OPI nail lacquer shades that knocked our socks off are now available as wall paint?!

YES!

I am loving the new collaboration between Ace Hardware premium paint line Clark+Kensington and nail lacquer giant OPI. Together they are bringing OPI’s most popular shades to interior paint with an exclusive color palette by Clark+Kensington.

Fashion-forward walls!!

Launching this month, the OPI Color Palette by Clark+Kensington represents the first-ever collaboration of its kind – three collections featuring six of OPI’s iconic shades (listed below). Each color collection also includes five existing Clark+Kensington interior paint colors for inspiration and coordination (not listed).

Which OPI shades made the cut?

The Artist Collection – Keeping Suzi at Bay, Miami Beet, Don’t Touch My Tutu!,
Gargantuan Green Grape, Samoan Sand and I Eat Mainely Lobster

The Wild Heart Collection – Can’t Find My Czechbook, Black Onyx, My Pointe Exactly, Do You Lilac It?, Suzi Says Feng Shui, and Vant to Bite My Neck?

The Romantic Collection – OPI Red, Nein! Nein! Nein! OK Fine!, My Very First Knockwurst, Chick Flick Cherry, My Vampire is Buff and Over the Taupe

Did your favorite make the cut?! Two of my favorites did… Don’t Touch My Tutu! and Can’t Find My Czechbook. I love these shades on my nails and would love to see them on my walls.

Visit the Clark+Kensington website to check out the color collections!

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One response to “opi…for your walls?

  1. Clever idea! Sometimes a polish shade is so amazing that I want to find clothes or household items in similar colors…OPI is very savvy to do this.

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