My camera just can't seem to focus on the walls. Oh they will with flash but not without. This is without flash but focused on the white ceiling. Still blurry. The cedar isn't that orange I swear but I guess the tiles are :) Such a difficult colour to capture in low light. In the end I went with Mr Jason Grant's Faraway for Murobond and it is a beautiful rich blue. I didn't go darker (see my original choices here) because I was unsure how the room would read at night. Even in the day it appears a lot darker than it is because the room gets so little natural light (read none). Here's a better shot of the colour because it is from Jason's website. A better shot too because Jason is in it ;) I can't get enough of the Murobond paint. It is so luscious.
The floor will be covered with a large rug (oh how I hate those tiles) and I have decided to go with my danish dining suite instead of the glass and chrome 70s set I had .... mainly because the glass table broke. LOL. A huge piece of art on the wall you are looking at. My Red Cross WWII cabinet full of Scandinavian, Murano and Sklo Union glass on the left wall. Change the paper shade out. I'm trying to find something vinatge as the extremely expensive Taraxacum light I lusted after is just too big for the room. The scale is all wrong. That and I'm afraid the ceiling will fall down with the weight. And I can't afford it .... even the replica version.