The humidity and the mosquitoes haven't made their way here YET. So we're taking advantage of this nice weather and starting a new project. Are we crazy? Yes. Another project? Yes, another project. Lord, help us now :) Here's the before picture of the shed in our backyard.
After 15 coats of primer, it's white. Okay, not 15, more like 2 but the first coat really sucked it up.
This was an exterior color I bought for the trim. Last year, I decided it matched the brick too much but it works perfect for the shed.
Okay, here's our question, do you like the wall to be a the solid color or would prefer to see the spacing in between the boards be cream? Right now it's white primer so we'll need to go over it in cream or just paint it all the same. What color should the lattice be, cream or beige? Ryan will be making a solid door in the middle (exactly the same as the one on the side), which will have cream trim. He's also going to add a platform and ramp to get the mower up there. I think I'll hang some kind of decorative metal piece next to the door. Can you picture it?
SO, back to the question on the spacing color, what do you think? If you look on the left side you can see what it would like like all beige. We said we'd paint it whatever you decided.