Anyone know what that peach color and paint style is called that is typical in Waldorf classrooms? - Mothering Forums

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I'm about to paint my daughter's room, and was thinking of doing it a color similar to a Waldorf classroom.  I know I've seen teachers doing the painting process, but I don't know what it is called.  Also, any suggestions on paint colors that would be close to that peachy/pink?  

 

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The process is called Lazure.  Here's a tutorial.  I want to paint my kitchen a similar color, but I'm not sure I want to lazure it.  In our home, we've simply done lots of pastels and I think it lends a similar dreamy feel, but we're not Waldorf purists. :wink


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