Community RePaint Did a Good Job! #DIY #Upcycle

I mentioned previously that I purchased the paint for my new kitchen from a local charity project, CLIC (Changing Lives in Cheshire). The Community RePaint scheme is a wonderful idea, I think. They buy old tins of paint from tradespeople and building contractors, check it over for quality, weigh it up, and sell it at greatly reduced prices back to the general public. I had seen the shelves of paint at the CLIC warehouse on previous visits, so I knew exactly where to go when we finally decided to do some decorating. I think the results speak for themselves…

White Paint Done

Dulux White Emulsion

I was amazed at the improvement in my kitchen after a simple fresh coat of white paint. Now that I have added the Bamboo Leaf green colour, it looks and feels totally different. I love it, and that’s before the new units go in! I also noticed an assortment of light anomalies all over my back in the photo of me painting. Could these be orbs manifested by our resident ghosts? Or are they simply dust particles, a result of the plastering job that my husband had done on the opposite wall? I can’t be sure…

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