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Today’s post is a little different in that it doesn’t consist of books or competition wins! I am having a little dry spell in the wins department at the moment, but hopefully it will be back soon!
It’s the first day of our weeks holiday, so decorating has now commenced! A few weeks back we decided that our hallway could do with a new lick of paint, it’s a new build and we have had it for just over four years and have never got round to painting any of it! It came to us all new, shiny and freshly painted so we thought back then why change it! Although it was a bland shade of magnolia!
Anyway after all the moving in, with sofas, beds, tables and even a piano the poor walls have taken a scuffing and are now in desperately need of some paint! Being our first home we haven’t had much experience in painting and decorating, so we thought we would go and get a few tester pots of some colours we want to try, and find out what we needed to buy. We came home with six different tester pots and painted a little square of each colour on the wall in the hallway. Out of the six various shades of creams and beige s we only liked one, its called soft pebble. One of the testers looked green on the wall, and another looked yellow!
Once we decided on the colour a couple of weekends ago we popped off to our local Homebase, which unfortunately is closing down, to find a bargain or two on some paint to match our tester pots. We got a great deal on the colour we wanted (soft pebble) as it was buy one get one free and a further 20% off due to the closing down sale. I always like a good bargain!
We got lots of masking tape and duster sheets to protect the carpet, and with my husband and his roller and me with a paint brush we started! Nearly nine hours later I am covered with paint splashes from toes to hair and we are bickering like crazy! The stupid paint tester patches are showing through the new coat of paint and will be bugging me for years to come as I know they are lurking under the lovely coat of soft pebble! And guess what? as our lovely house is a town house and consists of three storeys we still have the top floor to go tomorrow!
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