Painting• Stairway Stairway Color I chose a color for the stairway: Campground from Behr. I’m painting this weekend, so we’ll see how it looks… On November 3, 2007 6 You Might Also Like... Painting My Office July 5, 2011 Basement Floor Paint January 25, 2011 Color Quiz January 26, 2012 Previous Post Using the Mac Keyboard Viewer Next Post My, What a GIANT TV You Have! 6 Comments Reply Nicole November 3, 2007 at 9:00 pm Ooh, love it! The color scheme even coordinates with your blog :) If anyone has a moment, I’d love a recommendation on a pretty seagreen color for an art studio/guest room. I’m considering using a Behr color called Watersprout, but am a little uncertain…! Reply Making it Lovely November 3, 2007 at 10:03 pm Ooh, I have the perfect color for you! The color of Sharilyn’s studio (of Lovely Design) is absolutely gorgeous. Here are the photos of her studio, and she’s provided the custom color formula here. Reply Sommer November 4, 2007 at 5:46 am I really love the brown you picked for the Library. Would you mind sharing the names of these paints with us? Reply Making it Lovely November 4, 2007 at 10:21 am I’m happy to share paint colors. I’ve mentioned all of the color names and brands before, but here they are again…The library is “Afternoon Tea” from Pittsburgh Paints.The living room is “Wild Aster” from Benjamin Moore.Brandon’s office is “Driftwood” from Benjamin Moore.The new stairway color is “Campground” from Behr. Reply Nicole Ossola - Writer November 5, 2007 at 12:44 pm Oh my goshness. I love this color! My room has neither the lovely molding nor all the charm of Sharilyn’s; but hopefully this pretty color will draw one’s eye from the rental-apartment taupe medley that is my carpet, and I’ll have a nice little studio after all! Thanks so much. Reply Nicole November 5, 2007 at 1:08 pm Btw– the Nicole who just left a comment is the same Nicole who originally asked the paint question. I accidentally commented while signed into my work Gmail acct– not that I’m blog-checking at work or anything… Just wanted you to know that the person who actually asked the question appreciated your response! Thx again! Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.