Given that pineapples are everywhere now, I concluded I’d look into what other food named paint colours there are.
I checked out the Dulux range.
“I started with Sea Kelp followed by Spinach Green then Shallot Leaf and Walnut Hull plus Green Paw Paw. I quickly realised I had a ‘wake up, invigorating, morning, go pro, get fit smoothie!'”
I got scared!
“Heading back to the paint colours, feeling 10 years younger and 5 kilos lighter, I stumbled upon the Cellar Door and grabbed, to my relief, a Shiraz Grape. Sinful followed with a Misty Grape, Grape Shot and a Ripening Grape.”
Sterling Painters Colour Consultant
Hallway To Heaven.
A beautifully painted hallway makes the wonderful design pieces stand out.
Ceilings: Haymes Ceiling Flat ‘natural white’
Walls: Dulux Wash & Wear low sheen ‘natural white’
Trim: Dulux Super Enamel semi gloss ‘natural white’
Oh and the front door: Dulux Super Enamel high gloss ‘red box’
Painting a Classic Home in a Modern Colour Scheme
Sophisticated modern classic. Gone is the tradional fussy look, a multitude of colours in the cornice, bring on the classier look. Now it looks fresh, brighter and bigger. Sterling Interior Painters for more…
Dulux Wash & Wear low sheen Grand Piano & Warm Neutral
Dulux Super Enamel semi gloss
Painted Front Doors. Melbourne
What does you front door say about you? Say goodbye to the Black front door, now that was over so long ago, but some people forgot to mention that to some other people and it lasted too darn long.
Colour is so much more of a statement than black. Black says Number 10 Downing Street. Full stop. Colour says who you are, what you are, where you’re going, when you’re at and how you’ve made a statement. Unless you’re the Prime Minister of England then black is good!
Remember – Reason, Season, Lifetime. And go for it.
Oh just in case you don’t know, Lilac, No!