Using the kit’s doors, stained aubergine, with the mullions painted oxidized lead black.
Yesterday I took a picnic lunch (not pictured) to Thornton Overlook, just north of Pacifica. So pleasant to sit outside with mild sea breezes and a majestic view. The Sea House Warming Hut is not far from here, in case a chill fog sets in :)
Looking south, with Pedro Point rocks in the distance.
6 thoughts on “Aubergine, Overlook”
What a gorgeous view!
Isn’t it! The cliffs and bluffs in this part of Northern California offer gorgeous vistas.
Love the bold color choices.
Thanks Christina! A little bold goes a long way :)
Lovely colours – they make me want to buy some candy. I was watching a program the other night about rebuilding in Nepal after the last earthquake. Timber between the layers of bricks is definitely the way to go – your latest build will hold up forever. :)
Thank you, BW. I just got the miniature tie irons from Olde Mountain Miniatures (along with some door hardware) and they’re even better than I’d hoped. Unreinforced brick buildings are big trouble in earthquake country.