Friday, April 15, 2005
is What They Were Going For
I had a chance to have another look at the Harvard House, in Lewes, the other day. The paint team was out adding the final coat to
the paint job I questioned
As it turns out, they were going for a dark purple, with a light purple trim and blue accents.
This might work well. It is the case that Victorian Architecture calls for
rich colors and complex palettes
. It won't be the only purple house in town, and it may be one of the nicer ones.
I'll have to watch for, and photograph, the finished product.
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I still can't handle the color. I expect to see Barney standing on the porch in the next photograph.
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