I've been wanting my dining room red. It was a deep green. I would refer you to paint colors, but both were ones I created and had color matched. Apparently I'm the ONLY person who wants these colors in my house.
One gallon of the green covered the wall. We've used about 2.75 gallons of the red so far. But, as of late this afternoon, I'm optimistic that it's about done. That will be good, because I'm getting low on paint in the most recent can, and I'm also weary of the room being in disarray.
Andrea has helped me paint in there a bunch, and I've touched up tons of times in various spots. I'm hopeful this is about it.
There's a reason "done" is my favorite word.
I knew this going in - but just in case you don't and are thinking about painting a room red - red pigment is not the best at coverage and so you end up doing many, many, many coats to get it to cover. My front door has about 8 coats on it.
Yellow is also difficult but not as bad as the red. Guess what color my living room is? Yup, you guessed it, pale yellow.
I don't know... All I can figure is that I'm a sucker for punishment.