I love my house. It’s not without it’s flaws, of course, and it’s not exactly my “dream home” but for what we paid for it I think it is incredible! The shell of my house is 100 yrs old but the interior is completely new. I was able to design the floor plan and pick out every detail down to my kitchen knobs. It was tremendous fun, and if given the chance I’d do it all over again. And guess what? I have been offered the opportunity to do just that, but this time I get PAID to renovate!
An old acquaintance from college (that since has become a friend) is in the home “flipping” business. He buys up abandoned, scary houses and creates dream homes from them. It’s really quite magical to watch! I have helped him pick paint colors for a few other of his properties on our block and the public gave rave reviews. So, I am thrilled to be co-project manager for the abandoned home that is our house’s “twin”—the house is literally attached to our home. (Thrilled that the dump will be fixed up and I won’t have to lie awake worrying about deranged criminals breaking into my home, and thrilled that I get paid to do something I love!) But, I need your help. Exterior colors are the first order of business. I need to pick colors that compliment the twin on the left. Please vote for your favorite in the comments section. (If for some reason you are reading this blog and I don’t know you, go ahead and cast your vote as well. 🙂
*Since I know someone is bound to ask, I created these photos using Benjamin Moore’s Personal Color Viewer program. You can order it here.
Twins Before Renovation–This is what the exterior currently looks like.
Option 3: Greenmount Silk w/ Webster Green