I love color. It's one of the things that I'm almost obsessive compulsive about. Walking into a fabric store and seeing the wall of fabrics arranged by color just makes me want to run my fingers over them. When I was little, my crayon box had to be arranged in a very particular order (boy colors separated from girl colors, but we won't delve into the psychology of that just now).
My love of organized colors is one of the reasons that I think I own more paint decks than a non-painting professional should reasonably own. But I love thumbing through them and seeing the organized explosion of color. Peter Walsh will have to pry my paint decks out of my cold dead hands.
Anyway, back to the matter at hand, the cabinets for the home office should be arriving in the next week or so, and the office and dining room are close to the point where we can start to paint. I'll be the first to admit that we've made some poor color choices in the past (electric aqua blue bathroom I'm looking at YOU.). I have spent hours pouring over these paint decks, lots of money purchasing quarts of paint so I can paint samples on the wall, and nearly sleepless nights worrying about the ramifications of another poor paint color choice. Overly dramatic? I think not. YOU walk into that blue bathroom day after day and then see how you feel.
We have decided to go with a tighter color scheme for our home rather than trying to make some sort of a statement in each room. We narrowed our choices down to about five colors and decided to sleep on it.
So what did we decide in the light of the morning and after a good cup of coffee?
None of the above.
Back to the drawing board. Or the coloring board as the case may be.