Thursday, February 28, 2008

Faux Painting: AFTER: Interior in Harlem, NYC

A pale sage green venetian plaster was applied to the walls of the living room to complement the color of the brick and pale sage green cement outside, effectively bringing the outdoors in. A faux black-brown leather treatment was applied to the kitchen walls to match the colors of the black-brown dining furniture. Next month, an off-white venetian plaster will be applied down the hallway:





4 comments:

adrian2514 said...

Hey just stopping by to get my dose of green info. Always good stuff here! Love it. I know I have mentioned this site before but I think they are pretty cutting edge so I wanted to share this page: http://www.earthlab.com/articles/EarthsVitalSigns.aspx.



I was hoping that someone could drop me a link of other reports that might tell us about how much time is left before we can’t fix global warming? EarthLab.com has a pretty could article here but I want some other opinions. Man just think how the bad will be if we don’t prevent this. EarthLab has quite a few tips on how to lower your impact, here is a spot where they list what their readers recommend: http://www.earthlab.com/life/tips.aspx.



Thanks a lot for all your info and drop me a link if you guys see anything on these subjects.

Stacy said...

Here is a bleak time line for you from James Lovelock, the father of the Gaia theory of ecology, interviewed this week.

He says party on down, start flying again and forget recycling because it is way too late to stop the ecological shit from hitting the fan. He puts it at 20 years before lots of bad things start happening:

http://tinyurl.com/2ctzjn

Butterfly said...

this is most unbelievably STUNNING!

Dana Herbert said...

Aww....thanks Butterfly!

I am back here now working on the hallway...stay tuned for updates!