In winter, red.
In spring, blue (teal, specifically)
And, in summer I see yellow!
That is, to say if I were to classify my seasons by colors, those are how I would match them up.
Being that it is summer, or close to it, I thought I'd spruce up the store with some color.
How about a little Arles? The rich, golden, mustard seed yellow.
The is the piece beckoning for some Arles! This
Yeah...there was no way I was going to brush paint this so I pulled out the sprayer and went to town. But, I only went to town for 15 minutes because it didn't take that long to paint. I even got to put a bit of Arles and a chair. See it peeking in the picture?
I used my sander and 220 grit sand paper to distress it...which, if you've ever taken one of my paint classes, you should know I nearly never use my sander to distress Annie Sloan. But, this was just so big (can you hear me whining about how big and heavy this was...errrr...is).
I actually like the distressed look that the sander gave it. It has a more chippy look in areas that I just love.
This is just one of those pieces that looks better in person. Or perhaps my photography just sucks. I just couldn't capture how cool the Arles with a little bit of dark wax ended up looking.
Six cubbies plus six really long drawers for storage galore!
We're going to be using this in the back of the store to store our tools and paints. So, it is for sale, but with a steeper than usual price...because it's so heavy...and I don't want to move it again...at least, not for awhile!
I'm seeing a pairing of Arles and Greek Blue in the near future! I have some ideas, so stay tuned!!!