After much deliberation, B and I have finally agreed on a paint palette for our new home. The current colors in the house are: pea green, bright sherbet orange, and light blue-green. The colors are too saturated and I think the pea green is starting to give me a headache so they have to go. ASAP. If you've ever owned or rented an old (and by "old" I mean built 1930's or earlier) home then you that these spaces get dirty quickly. Without the help of central air and filters (two large dogs don't help the situation al all), dirt accumulates quickly so we are always cognizant of choosing colors that are too light lest we want spend all of our time scrubbing the walls. We've decided to try Behr's Premium Plus Ultra line because this job definitely requires primer and I'd love to cut down on the time it would take to finish this project. It's hard to know if we're making the right decision with these colors until they're on the walls. We've already painted swatches but the prior colors are so saturated, it's hard to tell what the end result will be. Off to go paint now!