There are colors everywhere, just like a rainbow. Or there will be soon.
The back of the cabin does not have as many logs as the front, so we needed to decide what to do with the wallboard. We looked at hundreds of different chips from different manufacturers and various color books, until colors were swimming all around us and nothing looked good together, or it all did. Finally, we stepped back and thought about clay. Since American Clay offers a relatively limited palette, it gives us boundaries. We worked at selecting clays first, then began to build up the colors of paints that seemed to complement the clay.