Thursday, October 27, 2011

Forgive Me, Blogger

I have been a horrible blogger and blog friend/commenter.

It's not you, it's me.

Please forgive me.

I have been struggling with getting the right paint color for a client's master bedroom.  The blue/grey boards I painted and took out there were *wrong*.

Now I'm hoping a nice, soft off-white will work.  SOOOO many choices, so I'm hoping one of the following will work:

Bavarian Cream
Timid White
Pink Damask 

Timid White and Albescent are favorites of Erin's paint king, Sanders.

Any thoughts?  Suggestions??

Why can't we all just have yummy stone walls and call it a day?


  1. Hello!
    I was thinking of you earlier tonight and then your comment popped up! :)

    So glad you liked the Spanish house tour. I too am weak at the knees for those stone walls. Love the irregularity and softness. Yum!

    I hope you found the right colour in the end.

    Big hug and happy Halloween to you.

    x Charlotta

  2. That pic is yummy! You're forgiven. Go have fun decorating!!

  3. Marscapone is very pretty and so is Mayonnaise.

  4. If her ceilings are tall then perhaps you could add color there. :) And is the architecture interesting enough to support white walls? If not, you may at least want an accent wall?
    And last, but not least, try not to sweat it too much... you'll know when it is right.

    Diana Johnson, Fifth Wall Design Group

  5. I spent three months trying to find the right blue-gray for a client....never found it. We finally settled on a light gray from Restoration Hardware it was a good compromise. You might want to take a look.

    Good Luck!

  6. Anita I always paint my walls white, white is really hard. My art does the talking. & the sun plays off well.
    This is what I use (bet i played with & dont remember how) Farrow & Ball "estate emulsion"~ strong white.(think has hint of gray, HINT)
    Bet F & B, makes the perfect blue-gray, just a feeling.


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