While Tim worked all weekend, I worked on a project of my own! The former guest bedroom, now spare room (as Tim likes to say). It's not the 2nd bedroom or guest bedroom anymore because there's no bed. It's a spare, an extra, soon to be craft and DIY room. I got my inspiration for this room from a tote on etsy (a website for all things handmade http://www.etsy.com/). I lusted over this tote for quite a while before purchasing. It was expensive after all and everyone knows I'm cheap!
The wall color is Behr's Green Energy. I do love Behr paint. It's very thick, so it takes more than they say it will take (I used 1.5 gallons for this room), but the coverage is fantatic, the color selection is amazing, and the finish is nice. No, this isn't a Behr add, I have just had success with it in the three Behr products I've purchased. Back to Green Energy: it's green. No, not pastel green, not hunter green, not neon green, just green. I prefer it that way. It's green without yellow, or grellow. There's no blue in there (other than the yellow and blue combined to make this glorious color). Although we didn't take the bag as a color match, I'd say is perfect. Have you noticed that we like rich, saturated colors? As Tim says, if you're painting you'd might as well make it interesting. Visually another buyer would probably hate our house, but we'll paint when that time rolls around.