Blue, it said.
Yeah, why not? Why do we have to stick with the somewhat predictable moss green (or taupes, browns) that so many with these 60s ranches with
Sure, it's a reliably good, updated look.
But it isn't interesting.
At first Mr F was a bit skeptical.
No, no, it has to be the right kind of a dark kind of grayish blue, I assured him.
One of the greatest ironies in our relationship is that I'm always better at colors.
But we were scared.
So we still thought maybe moss green.
Then we saw the chip.
I didn't even notice the name or take in it's significance until we were home.
But sweet baby jesus, it's perfect.
It looks great with the brick, but doesn't sell out. It's a real color.
Our house is set way back up a hill, and it is barely noticeable at the street...
so it can stand a little bold paint choice.
We're framing it off with a dark taupe-y brown (not red brown ya know).
So all the trim, gutters, soffits, window trim, walkway railings, etc will be in the brown.