The last color was a yellow. I dripped some shellac while applying it to the end wall, and liked the color it turned the paint. An idea was born....
I decided to SHELLAC over the paint on the side walls. Here is the rear side wall with approx. 6 coats of Amber Shellac applied to it in a "cross hatch" pattern to give it an aged and uneven appearance. It kind of reminds me of old plaster or faux burl.
The rear window wall is shellac on wood - the side wall to the left at the rear is shellac over paint.
Here is an example of the yellow paint up against the yellow at rear that has had shellac applied to it.
Trim has not been installed yet. It will take another two coats to really have the look I am going for. If you attempt this, be warned....it is a LOT of coats, and a LOT of cross hatching!