The mere fact that you call it that tells me you are ready.
This weekend: three cans of primer, four and a half cans of paint, hours of sound sleep (at Gryffinpour)
Attention to detail, inside and out:
“I have always looked for a glass curtain wall that suited our purpose,” he said. “One of the things that happens with glass is that the wavelength of the light affects the color palette on the inside of the room.” Adding common gray and blue tints to the glass tends to flatten the warm colors in the interior, he said.
“Whereas when I pick bronze, a glass color that I favor a lot, it heightens the richness of the warmer tones that I use in our interiors. And it makes people’s skin look prettier; people look more attractive in rooms that have warmer light. So that affects my decision on the glass curtain wall.”
When they were choosing glass for a project (I don’t remember if it was The Mirage or Wynn) they set up sample rooms and tried all sorts of glass to see how it affected the room. I love stories like this - stuff you never think of.
I am neither.. I think (at Bridgewater Raritan High School)
Maker’s Mark spill mats (at Gryffinpour)
Manhattan from the Top of the Rock #latergram
Vomit flavored jelly beans for Easter fun
You only yolo once @blinkable79
Peep display (at FAO Schwarz)