The first coat of paint is up. Oh, help me, Rhonda! I'm just not sure! It's Behr's Arizona Tan 320D-4, but at this point I'm thinking they should have called it Aztec GOLD. I've taken a dozen pictures, but none of them show the true color. So, you'll have to use your imagination. Or go to Home Depot, if you're really bored and looking for something to do, check out the swatch and tell me what you think. I keep walking in the room, just to look again, and see what I think. I try to imagine what it will be like when it's not right up against the old weak chocolate milk color. And it's not framed by bright blue painting tape. And all the pictures are hung back on the wall, the furniture in place. I look at it with both hands tunneled around my eyes so I can see just the color all by itself. I wonder if I should have gone a shade darker, Sweet Maple 320D-5, or even Lion Mane 320D-6. Hubs says, give it time. In fact, he really likes it. A lot. He likes it so much, he says, that he wouldn't think of painting over it. I think that's what he's really trying to tell me. This is it, he's not going to repaint. So, I leave the room, walk around the house and do some stuff, and then saunter back in, to see how the color grabs me. And there's a part of me that feels this little thrill that, oh, this is sooo cool. It's not just the same old beige or the weak chocolate milk that was on the walls before. I like having color that jumps out and surrounds me and makes a statement. I'm just not quite sure, yet, what it's saying.