While we were there we double checked all of the interior choices that we made several weeks ago. They gave us new drawings of the house after our changes had been applied to the plan.
Enter: Is that really what we want?
We chose our paint colors from the Sherwin-Williams book. Our walls are either "Retreat" or "Firewood", with the trim "Foggy Day". We thought that "retreat" was a slate blue and "firewood" was a neutral taupe (with "foggy day" being two shades lighter than "firewood" on the card). Everything looked fine while we were at the design meeting, being led by the fearless interior designer....
But since then we've gone to the S-W webpage where you can go through their "color visualizer" and pick out your colors, where they let you click and drag them to different walls to see how they look together in a fake room. This is where the strangeness come in---
1. "Retreat" showed up a silvery-gray, not a slate blue.We're hoping that it wasn't the S-W company from which we chose the samples. We're going to email the design team tonight to make sure that this is just a misunderstanding; that we won't be moving into the wrong crayon box.
2. "Firewood" wasn't even in the database.
3. "Foggy Day" showed up a dark cotton blue, not a near-white neutral.
FYI: As long as we're discussing color, the front door will be "Fireweed", a rusty red that will never be mistaken for crimson.
PS: I had my PET/CT scan today. As far as fancy scans go, it went fine. I hope to hear back from my doctor's office by the end of the week with the results.