I plan on painting Camille's new enclosure I am going to build in the middle of December. Obviously I wwill paint the wood LONG before construction, so to let out fumes and let it dry, but I have a question. What paints are good/bad for iguanas? Is there any specific kind of paint that would be a no-no? My current plan is for all the wood to be painted white, to go with the room, with the inside of the three walls to be painted leafy green, with the top foot or so being blue...creating that tree-top illusion. As a matter of fact, I am actually torn right now. I know I will be painting the majority of of the inside 3 walls leafy-like, but still don't know if I want to even have wood covering the top foot or so. You see, it will have a wooden roof, painted blue, because I want the lights to sit in their own compartment, so it looks nicer, with holes cut out underneath them, so their domes/shields will sit on the wood. I am not sure though if I want the top foot or so to be painted blue, or just open, so Camille can look out the nearby window, which will be located less than a foot away from her. My room is VERY boring during the day, and I'm positive she would enjoy looking at birds and such. So give me some input, will ya? Just remember to comment on the paint if you know, and also your thoughts on open or painted wood for the top foot...again, plans will be drawn up soon, so you'll know what I'm talking about. Thanks for your time, and have a great day...I'm off to work.