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Category: Barn Conversion Journal July 6th, 2012 by mbc

I’ve been doing a lot of painting recently. I like to take the opportunity to take an occasional photo to break up the monotony, otherwise, it’s all a bit like watching paint dry at the same time as slapping new paint on…

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I’m quite pleased with my purple / brown / gray dressing area…

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…an interesting colour that ‘in the flesh’ looks nothing like the colour on the photograph and varies throughout the day under differing lighting.

I feel there’ll be more fascinating paint related posts coming soon (sorry!)…

If you enjoyed that post, then read these…

Lime Pointing ~ Summer 2008
last weekend’s raking out In what seems to be an annual event, I’ve restarted repointing the exterior of the barn.

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Progress in Pictures
I’m judging that we are something over half-way through the conversion, not in terms of time or money, but change – it’s no longer a barn and not yet a…

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Join between…
There are a number of places in the barn where the rough pointed internal wall joins up to a smooth plastered and painted wall or ceiling.

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  1. Home Insulation Says:

    Hi there, thanks for sharing this with us. Im glad you took the time. Can you advise me on what method you used to remove the white wash, Im doing a very similar barn but with about 7 coats on lime wash!! trying to work out the best method of removing this and balancing time and cost. Many thanks

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