The aqua went on wonderfully. I will be using this Behr Premium Plus again. It's a little spendy, but it goes on very smoothly and really does cover in just one coat. Once that was dried a bit I started painting with the not-quite-white. I spent ages sorting through various whites at the paint store, looking for one that was pretty much white, but not completely titanium white, with a little bit of warmth to it. The one I decided on turns out to be the exact same shade as the primer coat the builders used! I wish I could have that sort of luck when I'm actually trying to match colors.
|Here you can see the aqua paint and both colors on the upper wall. (the one on the right is the new application.)|
|Seriously, how close is this match? There's no way I'd have been able to do this if I'd actually needed to!|
Today's project will be the front foyer, followed by giving the master bathroom a good scrubdown before I slather those walls with paint. (It will not match the primer coat already on the walls.)