Due to popular request, here are some photos of the painting work in progress.
This picture is of the corner to the left of the window in my sewing room, before getting more stuff unloaded and out of the way.
The paint was a flat, pale beige or tan, not sure which is the better term. I hate flat paint. I see no use for it whatsoever. To me, it sucks the light and life right out of a room.
This next photo is panning to the left, and is the photo I plugged into behr.com to visualize my choices.
This is what I was looking at when I wrote about how blue the new color was:
The contrast was a little scary, plus it looks darker in natural light than it does in nighttime incandescent light.
This is that whole wall done:
And panning over to the corner where the window mirror hung:
I am in love with this color! It's so gorgeous! It's "Sapphireberry" from behr.com.
The going is slow, because J-Man is unable to help, so I must unload each bookshelf, move it, do the cutting in, paint the wall and then the trim, before moving the shelf back, restocking it, and repeating this for 2 more bookshelves, as well as the desk. But it'll get done.
I'm thinking it'll take me through Wed. morning to get everything back in its rightful place, including the things that have been shoved around in other rooms to make a space for other furniture, etc. It's the Domino Effect at its best. At least, I'm hoping all is done before going back to work for a 3-night stretch.
Then, sewing by the weekend! Hurray! Good mental health is just over the horizon!