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April 30, 2012

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Which colour?

Blue, red and green bird house in a tree on rue Crescent, Montréal 2012-04-29

I have always painted my homes in neutral colours. But this time, I may not.

Having moved in a newly renovated house, I find myself surrounded by “builders white paint” all around. It’s great because there are no pre-existing colours to influence my choice.

At this point in time, I am feeling more adventurous and am considering real colours – rich, delicious colours.

Yes; I may end up living in a house painted in bright colours. I’m getting excited about this idea.

Blue, red and green bird house in a tree on rue Crescent, Montréal 2012-04-29

Trio of colourful bird houses in a tree on rue Crescent, Montréal 2012-04-29

White and green bird house in a tree on rue Crescent, Montréal 2012-04-29

4 Comments
  1. Apr 30 2012

    What gorgeous color…such a happy image!

  2. elba
    Apr 30 2012

    estan lindos los colores fuertes ,pero no los aconsejo para el interior

  3. andy
    Apr 30 2012

    We live separately for more than a year, my wife and I. We were still in love when we moved to Carlyle, one of the gorgeous condominiums in Lakewood Ohio many years ago. The balcony was really spacious and the view was breathtaking. There is hardly a better positioned building on Lake Erie. We could see the whole cityscape raising over the lake. And we were in love.
    Something was missing though. We thought the kitchen was dull, so we decided to paint it in two colors, bright yellow one wall and eggplant the other. Friends thought we were nuts, but the result was phenomenal and they liked it as much as we did when colors brighten our place. It turned soon into a little charming cafe, always filled with happy people who kept begging for espressos. And we were in love.

    Thanks for all your kindness my friend.

  4. Jun 15 2012

    LOL If you house ends up looking like a birdhouse, I definitely want to see it! LOL

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