Hello my friends, did you have a busy weekend?
I had an incredibly busy weekend. We attended a Youth Conference, the preacher was Darin Sergeant from San Diego. A great preacher!
We got to spend time with our new friends Nate and Shyla, two darling young people that we have quickly learned to love. He's an RCMP officer. It's good to know that there are good Christian officers out there.
I have finished painting the living room of my 1927 Craftsman Bungalow with Behr's Wax Sculpture Primer and Paint in one and I'm excited to show it to you.
If you've been following along, you know that my fireplace was refaced at the same time.
I'll give you a tiny look at it today, but I want to tell you all about it in another post. So stay tuned!
I need to move the pictures on the left to be like the ones on the right. Still tweaking...
I think the armoire looks beautiful against the new wall color.
I took these at night, so the lighting leaves something to be desired.
This color, which is a nice off-white can look a bit green at certain times of the day and more beige at other times, depending on the light. And in some of these photos it even looks a bit yellow.
I covered my chair in a white blanket to get the effect of a white chair. I am going to either purchase off-white slip-covers for my chairs, or if I can't find ones that fit I will attempt to make them. I know a lot of talented people have made them, but I am really not wanting to tackle that project.
The hallway through that doorway is also painted in the same off-white paint.
I have added the turquoise with pillows and such, because the kitchen is turquoise and I L.O.V.E. it. But that is also another post. I still have red in here because it goes so beautifully with turquoise.
I am really pleased with the outcome. One never knows what a paint color is really going to look like in a room until it's applied and then it's too late, but no worries here. It all turned out well, I think!
I am joining two parties today,
I hope you have all had a great weekend and are looking forward to another week.