changing colors

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OK, that’s a lot of pictures so I’ll keep the words short…

  • I’m slowly taking the color off our walls and making my house a little more calm (color-wise at least)
  • I switched out the bright sunflower yellow for a pretty grey (dolphin fin) in the kitchen.
  • Grey doesn’t mean colorless.  All shades of green are all mixed with pale yellow and gold.
  • I still want to add simple curtain tops and art work.  But I’ll get there.
  • Tudor houses don’t have to be dark and serious and it’s ok to paint the woodwork.
  • I was taking these pictures yesterday while everyone else in the house kept putting stuff in my shots…flooring pieces, tools, lunch…pulling out the dishwasher because it stopped working.
  • Like this…

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