Monthly Archives: July 2015

Colorways Top 5

Armoire Duck Egg Blue

  I launched this blog at www.lesliestocker.com, just about a year ago, and as I look forward, I also look back. I’m planning new posts, and I wanted to know which ones were the most popular, the ones you liked the best. Luckily, WordPress does all the record keeping for me, so it was only a… Read more »

Some Things Need No Paint

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  This was my first Craig’s List purchase, a vintage brass chandelier. And amazingly it still hangs in my dining room, unchanged (unpainted),  1 year later.   But others do. French Curves a Chandelier in the Kitchen a DIY Faux Mercury Glass   If you have an old or new lighting fixture that needs improvement with paint, check… Read more »

Is it Easier to Paint a Small Room?

  I vote a big negatory on that one. All rational thought says that it should be, but my experience says otherwise. Less square footage should equal less paint and time, and maybe it does, but it feels like so, so much longer and harder. Perception is everything, right?   This is a tiny 1/2… Read more »

Marrakech Walls on Glass

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  Marrakech Walls by Pure & Original Paint is a revolutionary paint designed to give the look of concrete and tadalakt. It is made specifically for walls, has several different applications, with remarkable results. I was introduced to it at a training I was invited to attend, at the Pure & Original USA headquarters. We focused… Read more »

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