It just so patriotic on here today. Next, they’ll be offering me residency. I’m doing a little American week, as we’re now just under a week away until I fly stateside for BlogTourNYC. The nerves are mounting, the mind has turned to mentally packing and repacking, I’m checking the weather and making sure I know the language. Kidding. I think I may need to turn down the Cockney sparra’, otherwise I may well be repeating myself. Anyway, It’s been a while since I did a paint post, so it was ripe for the picking. The American dream is red, white and blue, and if you’re brave enough, here are a mix of UK paint sellers offering up some of my favourite of the well-known hues. If we could all be standing, let’s hear it for the land of the free, home of the brave.
1.) No Moral Value, £36, Colour Makes People Happy, 2.) Sarong by B&Q Colours, £14.98, B&Q, 3.) Zoffany’s Architect’s White, £35, Designer Paint, 4.) Gauze (106), £32.50, Little Greene, 5.) Isle of White, £19.50, Graham & Brown, 6.) Burn after Painting, £36, Colour Makes People Happy, 7.) Drawing Room Blue No. 253, £34.50, Farrow & Ball, 8.) Cinnabar Red, £31.50, Fired Earth, 9.) Very Well Read, £POA, Paint Library
All prices for 2.5lts tin of matt emulsion