Least said, soonest mended.
But I also had another blue project--repainting the bleige bedroom in the House of a Thousand Windows. I chose Valspar "Stillness" for the project, realizing only after I had finished just how influenced I was by the winter landscape I was surrounded by daily--clear, warm blue sky, soft white snow, and bare dark branches.
I intended to post a while ago...you know, like, in February...but my camera died.
I haven't been terribly concerned with selecting historical colors or decorating plans for the house--for one, its history spans almost 150 years, and an extensive remodel in the 1890s makes it feel a little silly to aim for anything "original" with the house. Instead, I'm picking what I like and what feels right--and here, the space feels inviting and calming now. As opposed to feeling...bleige.
So, a peak into my newly blue-ly bedroom.
Awkward corner--possibly not original to the house.
Cherry 1940s furniture courtesy of my grandparents--we found a tag inside the bureau that read "Cavalier Furniture: The Heirloom of Tomorrow." Looks like it.
Happy French doors leading to sleeping porch/sewing room/random cat space