A brush with death

No, sorry, there were no exciting ladder incidents today, but I couldn’t think of another catchy title with the word brush.  Instead, you get more pictures of paint.  Working with a brush is definitely slow, but I’ve actually been enjoying it in a way.  In some ways it feels therapeutic, although too much of it might drive one insane…

The view from our neighbor's back yard
The view from our neighbor's back yard
Yard side of the house
Yard side, including Chloes mural on the plywood
Our house, from our neighbor's deck
Our house, from our neighbor's deck
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7 thoughts on “A brush with death

  1. Linda/Kristin – thanks. I have always liked darker houses, but I wouldn’t have had the guts without Stephanie. Also, I’ve always been concerned about fading, so I was open to the idea when I learned that the colors supposedly last a really long time with Aura. I don’t want to be doing this again in 5 years!

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  2. I love the Caponata color too. I just painted some on my house yesterday to try before I found your site.

    i think the sample was a semi gloss interior paint. Are you using flat ?

    I’ve was thinking of pairing with Boreal but maybe it might be too much for our paler california landscape 😦

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