Atmospheric mist slips in and out of our vision, yet it expresses our February's silvery hue. It should remind us that we can create and experience color sensations in the seemingly invisible atmospheres of our living spaces.
We love painted floors in a country house. Their patterns of wear harmonize with the outdoors. John Adams suggested Thomas Jefferson paint a dark green over his narrow wood planks on the floors of his Monticello entry. It still remains. We have made a version that is deep, but neutral.
The season's association with candy cane actually "colors" our recognition of December's Chioggia Beets and their Fuchsia striping.We often identify colors with what we think they are, instead of their purely visual sensations.
To achieve your final paint color, take the Paint Pigment to your local Benjamin Moore dealer and have them mix it with the Regal Select base indicated on the Paint Pigment label following mixing instructions below.
1. Pour Paint Pigment into 1 gallon of untinted specified Regal Select base indicated on Paint Pigment label. Paint Pigment is made with colorants compatible with the specified bases. Contact the Color Factory for additional information.
2. Add 1 or 2 oz. of water to Pigment jar, close top, shake and pour the remainder into the base.
3. Agitate gallon on shaker for 6 minutes.
4. Apply enclosed "Donald Kaufman Special Pigment Formula" sticker to blended gallon.