Tuesday, March 03, 2020
An interesting section on the site of paint specialists Thorndown looks at choosing the right colour for your garden office in collaboration with Garden Affairs. Top is an example of Sedge Green and here's what Thorndown say about it:
"Painting a timber shed shed green helps it nestle into the natural landscape and become part of the garden. Although its use is a functional workshop the exterior doesn’t have to be dull. Painting the timber in this fresh, natural green tone helps the building become one with the boundary and provides a beautiful back drop to soft country-cottage planting."
Above, is a garage and workshop in Thorndown Ash in Wiltshire and below, an example of Bishop Blue in action. It's a short but interesting read, including a look at translucent wood paints, and well worth a look.
Tuesday posts are sponsored by Garden Spaces, suppliers of contemporary garden buildings, offices, gyms and studios, many of which do not require planning
Posted by Alex Johnson at 9:32 AM