I began painting the green in this room at 8:30am and finished by 4pm. I had to stop a few times during the day to allow a wall to dry, then re-paint, then move furniture around to do another wall. Some of the furniture is so heavy!
My 20 year old who is moving back home did not want this bed. It is a 3/4 size antique iron cast ( heavy) bed with brass ( the sound is a pong when hit, not a ping like new brass beds), and twin size in height. Daughter is 5'11" tall and hates her feet going through the bottom of the bed! Dearest totally understood daughter plight and agreed with her having the double bedroom ( my old sewing room). Dearest was going to put this bed down in the basement and have this room all for my sewing. But I couldn't part with it. This bed, is this room. I love it. This is the bed my granddaughters nap or sleep on. I shall have them for few hours tomorrow. The eldest will be so excited. She was with me when I purchased the paint. She told the hardware store man it was for her room.
Opposite the bed is the 16 year olds' wardrobe, which is heavy and huge and does not fit anywhere else upstairs, but of course my sewing room!!
I removed the leaves off my sewing table and have painted the sides white. I shall still paint the top tomorrow.
Anyway it is nice and bright and Dearest when he came home said he loved it.
I'm glad, because so do I. More pictures to follow when I have cleaned up.