It's an elegant white that has a slight hint of yellow and feels a bit warmer than a typical white.
I have almost finished Layer One of this re-do and thought I would share with you what my hubby and I worked on this weekend.
I decided it was time for my collection of antique windows to come out of the basement! I have always loved old windows and I have always wanted a house that had windows with so much character. Turns out we don't have that house with those special windows, so I gave them to myself in another way. I'm quite happy with them! I also love how they reflect the lights of the chandeliers and throw a bit more sparkle back into the room.
My ridiculously sweet hubby, spent his entire Sunday hanging this window composition for me, and then tackled the project of hanging the last of our special "honeymoon doors" on the adjacent wall.
In case you are wondering what a "honeymoon door" is, it's one of our special doors that we purchased on our honeymoon in Saugatuck Michigan. I had no clue what I do with these doors at the time. I just knew I had to have them! You can read the previous post about what I did with the other "honeymoon" door here.
How did my husband work AND watch the Super Bowl you ask??
Well, there were no Super Bowl festivities at our house on Sunday...(GASP!)...we just aren't "sports" people. This is especially sinful seeing as how we live in Wisconsin!!! Sorry Packer fans. We are glad they won though :)
I hope this has provided some inspiration for my fellow antique window and door lovers!! If you would like details on how we hung these just let me know via an email or with a comment. I'd be glad to help :)
I will share more ideas as the room receives it's final layers. Can't wait!
Hope you're all having a fabulous week!