There was one thing about them though that just didn’t work… They blended in with the brick wall… Almost exactly the same color!
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I love antiques and “original paint” can be valuable, so I rejected the idea of painting them for at least two years. This inspiration picture kept calling to me though:
|Inspiration photo from Pinterest (no original link found)|
One day, I had a sample paint jar from Lowe’s in my hand and I just felt the need to try it.
My mama gave me great advice (as usual) and said I should live with it for a year and see how I like it with the minimal coverage. I could easily add another coat later if I felt it was needed it.
Do you hesitate to paint over an antique?