Oh I have an Agatha dilemma.
The intension was always to paint her on the outside; inside, aside from changing the fabric, I wanted to keep her looking original so nothing (except the loo and sink) is being removed.
Last year I chose paint. Blue, grey. My intention was to have her looking like a caravan that Sharon, from the happy caravan revamped. This was my intention.
I cleaned the caravan today in preparation for her paint-job. Hubby opened the paint, just to stir it and check the colour.
I do not like the colour. It looks like the colour of a war ambulance. I do not want Agatha van to look like a war ambulance.
In hubby's head, he is painting the whole of the side with the door on it (the side you can see from the house).
In my head, we were only ever painting across the middle.
I do not know what to do. Caravan paint is not tres cheap and I can't really waste what I have. I want her to look pretty, not utility. (Hubby has pointed out that Agatha will be having a pretty decking area at the front of her (her wheels have now been removed and she is on bricks ready) so the paint will not make her look utilitarian).
I am stuck.
p.s. thank you for all your kind comments regarding the horrid hayfever. The eye mask is working and I am sleeping better - are they related, who knows, but I will continue nonetheless until it fails!