I haven't finished cleaning out the studio space, but to keep myself motivated, I have bought some paint colors to try on the wall. I know that I want a pear color. I have chosen three different paints to sample. One is more green, one is more gold, and one is in the middle of the two. I think the middle one (the largest sample) is my favorite. I have mostly magnolia walls in my house, so I decided to splash out with some color in the studio! I think the "Altogether Charming Wools" (yarn man) print will sit well on this color. It is bright and cheerful, without being an obvious choice. I can't wait to see the entire space painted. I have to remember to take some "before" photos before it is too late! Next, I get to decide on the flooring. I am going to try to finish the cleanout this weekend. Woodworking dirt requires a lot of cleaning... I am keeping my eye on the big prize though!
I like the middle one, although I hope it is a bit lighter than it appears in the picture. Despite the fact that I am a color junky; no white walls in my house. But I'd worry about the reflected green light causing problems when working with fiber/fabric colors.ReplyDelete
The colors aren't very accurate in the photo, unfortunately, I am going to observe them in a variety of light settings before I decide. They are all a little more green then they appear in the photo. You raise a good point about the color, I will take that into consideration. Thank you for visiting my blog, it is good to see you here!ReplyDelete
I like the big one too! I'm sure it will look great in whatever color. How exciting.ReplyDelete