Sunday, November 7, 2010

Terrace painted.

The blue, I adore.

The green is wAAAy more pistachio than I was thinking...I had considered something a wee bit more muted and rather sage-y...

but

it's cheerful and that's good.






The architect's gonna hate it.

Too. darned. bad.

6 comments:

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

I, too, love the blue, very azur-y. Perhaps the green will fade in the sun and turn out (quickly) to be the very shade you love. Just sayin....

Vancouver Isle Doug said...

Nice looking terrace and love the plants you have in pots in the other post!!

I've not been on here in a while so I'll have to troll around and look for pics from the inside. To me it all seems to be coming together at breaknecck speed now.

elpadawan said...

It's very cheery :). To hell with the architect, you've paid him, he's an architect, not a home designer, is it? :)

J.G. said...

Maybe the green will grow on you, even if it's not what you expected. A more sage-y color might get too dull with the sun. This one has more enthusiasm, somehow, and keeps up with the blue (which is awesome!).

Mother Theresa said...

That looks fab! I especially love the blue...blue's one of my favorite colors. :)

oreneta said...

Bodhi, one of the things that happened with our house in TO is that we put a paint on we weren't at all sure we liked, then by the end we loved it. I already like it more. I think it isn't so much that I didn't like it, as it wasn't the image I had in my head....

Doug, not too many photos yet, I'm hoping to get a little more organised before I post many...coming.

ElP, he doesn't live here, does he. and we have indeed paid him. Done.

JG, the Catalans would say it was animated. I kinda like that. and I like the colour more and more.

Mother T, blue blue blue...I love blue!