Kristie Barnett from the Nashville RESA Chapter was honored to have an eight-page feature on her home in September’s This Old House magazine. Her daughter’s bedroom was on the cover of the magazine, as if an 8 page spread wasn’t cool enough!
After rejecting trendy whites and grays as “just not right,” Kristie Barnett chose a more historically correct palette for her family’s 1939 house, in Nashville. “To be honest,” she says of one shade in particular, “it is a little ’30s hospital green.”
It takes courage to talk about your favorite color that way—and the kind of confidence that comes from knowing what you’re doing. Most people, after all, would rather whitewash every room than risk painting a living space anything remotely medicinal.
Read the full article here.
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