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Mandy, believe it or not, I feel the same way. I don't even know how I came up with this. I was fiddling around...as usual, and for some reason, everything just clicked. :-)
Really and truly wonderful Wendy. I can almost smell the paint, and it makes me want to get creative with those lovely colours. thanks so much :~)
Oh geeeeeeeez, I really dislike shiny paint on walls, and then to have it dark AND shiny seems like something you could be arrested for. I'm sure it fits into a crime category. And you lasted for 39 years with that? I'm hoping you like the change you made....and I'm sort of laughing at what you think when you open the door.
For the past 39 years, it has been a very dark, shiny maroon! It's a powder room that we added a tiny stall shower to when the house was built, so that the first floor would have a full bath, for when the kids were small and came in muddy; it was useful later when someone had a broken leg or twisted ankle and couldn't get up the stairs. So it's a VERY tiny room, and I had read back then that if you painted a tiny room all (ceiling included) a deep shiny color, it would make it look bigger. I don't think it did, really, but it was certainly dramatic! Now it's a creamy buff with peachy undertones, to match the new "granite" countertop. I keep thinking the room is full of steam or smoke when I open the door, because I'm so used to it being dark! LOL!
I'm surprised that the paint came out so nicely. I wasn't expecting it. Thank you, Ms. whatnauts.
The paint certainly looks rich and creamy. Nicely done, Ms. Wendy. (8:45)
LOL! What color was your bathroom painted? Ours is a fairly deep lavender and I don't ever want to change it. I usually get bored within a year or two with wall colors, but not the lavender.
LOL! The guy we had painting the bathroom just left, and I was so tempted to play with our real paint after seeing your puzzle!
Thanks so much, Pat. I created this just before posting. I took another puzzle I made last night and then made a few changes and this was the pleasant result. I already dipped my fingers in the paint so now my keyboard is a sticky mess.
I kept wanting to get a stick and swirl it around in all that lusciously thick, creamy paint! Beautiful and sensuous--loved it! :-)))