What’s in a color? Transforming St. Paul’s Chapel in New York

Restoration generally adheres at least to one major principle—reversibility. And generally paint color is one of the most reversible aspects of any restoration project. The interior of St. Paul’s Chapel in New York City, completed in 1766, is undergoing an extensive renovation, and the current pink-and-blue interior soon will be no more.

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Super White or White Dove? Restoring St. Paul’s Colonial Color

David W. Dunlap

The New York Times

August 1, 2016

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