Is it too late to change my mind about this paint colour? Even now, as I type this post up, I look at my half-painted wall and wonder what on earth I was thinking. Eggshell green? That was never going to work out. I probably should have done more research, more photo editing, more something that could have told me it was a bad idea. Would a professional painter have told me to choose a different colour?
Don’t get me wrong, I spent plenty of time choosing this colour, and I thought it was right. I really did. And yet now that half of the wall is coloured that way, I kind of hate it. Not ideal, I’ll admit. What’s worse is that this is the second time this has happened. Half of my wall is eggshell green, while the other half is pastel yellow. The blend of colours is starting to give me a headache.
I think it’s time to call in the professionals. I’m going to need the best interior painter in the Melbourne area to give their opinion, and probably do the painting itself as well. I don’t think I can stand to be in that room any longer, honestly. Right now, even while I continue to write this up, I’m going to head into the lounge room and boot up the computer. Then I’m going to start looking for some residential painting services who can choose a colour that I won’t hate after a couple of hours.
Terry warned me that this would happen. He said that I have a habit of being indecisive, then making a decision and regretting it soon afterwards. I thought he was exaggerating but maybe there’s some truth in it after all. If I could just make a decision and stick with it, I wouldn’t need to be calling a professional painting team to help colour the wall of my personal study, would I?