There's few smells worse than paint: gasoline, rubber cement, a skunk, a crushed bird egg.... okay, we all know where that list is going.
So while a few years ago, eco-friendly, "green" paints were all the rage, now manfacturers have come out with something to top it.
It's a paint that smells yummy and is good for you, too. Anna Sova's "healthy paint" has introduced a zero-V.O.C. paint (meaning it emits less pollutants than the old-fashioned kind) made mostly of ingredients found in food, which allow you to find scents like a vanilla milkshake, powdered donuts and chocolate. She offers around a thousand different hues.
Click here if you're interested in how this works. (Unfortunately, the smell does fade in about three days).
According to Consumer Reports, low-V.O.C. paints have drastically improved in the past few years in terms of quality and coverage.
It's healthy, but as a precaution, don't go lickin' your walls.