You know what I call my basement, besides "the dungeon"?
The "Man Cave". It really kinda is the hub's personal man cave. 'N that's fine. I'm cool with that. It's so freaking cold down there, anyway-- almost need to kill my Tantaun and climb in just to keep warm.
Sorry. Nerdy Star Wars joke.
when I finally got up the time and the cajones to want to work and awesome-ify the man cave, that meant I had to ask the hubs for permission.
To my everlasting surpreese, he conceded.
So! I kinda sorta need your opinion. Okey dokey? Let's get right down to biz-nis. Please regard the man cave again:
Okay. Frame it in with your thumb and forefinger.
Are you doing that? This is what I've got in mind down there. Picture it:
wallpaper border. Pink. Maybe kittens.
I know, right?
Okay, but really. . . of course, we're talking molding.
Had this pinned for, like, evah. I just love the simple look of ginormous box molding, don't you? Sigh. This did get the hubs approval. After my kitten border didn't.
And so, I got to work today. Man I love box molding. Did I already say that?
Yes, you do see pencil marks on my wall.
Haven't used my nailgun much lately. Reunited. . . and it feels so good. . .
Okay. So here's where you come in. This is the thing:
I love the pop of white molding against a wall with color.
I've done that.
But. BUT-- keep in mind that I have the mile-long wall that I'm about to cover in molding boxes:
And you just know how looooooong walls with drywall are, don'tcha? They're not the straight and narrow.
here's the dealy-o. Hubs thinks we should keep the molding white. I think we should keep it the wall color. Sorta like this.
See what I mean? Molding with the same color can hold it's own. Might even help with my loooong, imperfect wall, too.
(I simply must find a way to do this awesome molding. Somewhere.)
White? Wall color? White? Wall color??
And maybe this doesn't even matter.
So, I'm torn. Please, aidez moi.