The pic is a little bad. I need to remember to use my regular camera instead of my phone.
The outcome didn't look terribly bad but I felt like it was missing something and a little too plain. If I wanted plain I would have bought a plastic house that came in 3 shades of pink. I am on a mission to create an heirloom here... to give my girls what I never could have dreamed of having... something that my 8 year old wont be tempted to crayon blue on... so I had to spice it up... Pulling from the days of "Trading Spaces" when two neighbors actually traded a space... I went with the following...
...a striped sheen on the Granny Smith Apple green for the back wall. I did this by using a single stroke of clearcoat. Since up to this point I have used the "I am not great at painting" approach... I didn't tape it. I made it look purposefully quaint.
I painted the kitchen floor the matching hunter green, made square brush strokes of White Linen. That was a little too bright. I created a glaze from the granny smith apple green and the satin clearcoat to tone things down a bit. I painted the side walls White Linen to make the newly striped wall a back focus.
I will have a window on the right side of the room. I think the end effect is nice. Looks a little empty right now.