I started with the base in Guadalupe Dunes in Enjarre
Next was a skip troweled Quartzine (white) in Enjarre
Then on top of that, Amber Grain Porcelina
And last but not least, Savannah Moss in Porcelina!
Obviously, these were all troweled with areas open to the color underneath.
Since I knew I needed to compress the walls, I ended up using a damp sponge to reach all the layers. (a light misting and a trowel was not going to reach the other colors!) Unfortunately, by using a sponge, some of the bright colors became muted by the Savannah Moss being swiped over them.
The result??? It looks like an old crumbled concrete wall from Italy. Since I just used leftovers, I may chosen different colors if I started from scratch but I am happy to have my powder room be something different from the rest of the neutral colored house.
It's almost a room you need to see in person. Here it is completed.
And one more up close - Enjoy!
(sorry, the watermark is from my other blog.....)
A collection of old plates adorn the wall.