The third room is done! This is the room that used to be pale pink when it was Elizabeth's. Now it will be William and Henry's. William wanted the room to be blue and green; Henry wanted it to be blue and orange. So Paul painted almost the whole room blue (Behr Jamaican Sea, 510B-5), except in the part where the bunk beds would go, where he painted the upper-bunk area green (Behr Tart Apple 420B-4) and the lower-bunk area orange (Behr Orange Spice 250B-5):
Today we moved the bureaus around (we're doing some switching around of those, too), and then moved the two that will be William's and Henry's down to their room. Tomorrow the bunks will move down and we'll see how it looks with the colors.
So now it's time to choose a paint color for OUR new room. Here's a photo of our room I was luckily able to find in another post, since our room is currently halfway dispersed between the computer room and the living room:
I like that quilt. I'd like the wall color to go well with it. But my only color-choosing skillz lie in looking at something and MATCHING a color to it. And yet---I don't want our wall color to match any of the colors from the quilt. Opinions? Maybe just do cream walls this time?
Life-improving products, part 4 - (Continued from part 1, part 2, and part 3.) Stearns Youth Life Vest (photo from Amazon.com). I’d been too scared to take the kids to any body of water oth...