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I had a wonderful Valentines Day but I forgot my camera at home, so I can’t show you the pictures. My sweet husband made me dinner, which was the first time since our 3rd date. So that was very special.
I’m almost finished with the Master Bedroom (I have to make a curtain, throw pillows and paint the crown). I’m hoping to finish all of that by next week. Yay!
In the meantime, I’m starting to plan the Master Bathroom. This post is going to drive my husband CRAZY. He’s a firm believer in completely finishing one project before working on the next. That’s kinda hard for me… actually, I don't really try at all, but I just try not to talk about it too much.
Honestly, the bathroom is already pretty great and I can’t complain. It’s one of the few rooms that the previous owners really fixed up. We think there was a
Here’s how it looks now:
I HATE those light fixtures. Seriously, I can’t stand them. On the other hand, all the expensive stuff is all staying… great tile work, tub, shower, fixtures. What I don’t like is:
- Paint color
- Color of the vanities (up close it’s kind of red)
- Light fixtures
I’m going for a very light and airy room in here.
My idea for this room is to take the color scheme of the Master Bedroom and flip it. So, paint the walls and trim Benjamin Moore’s Linen White and paint the ceiling and the vanities pale blue. What do you think? I’m so nervous about painting the vanities.
See that tile work? That took some serious time.
So here’s the Project List:
Install crown molding
- Paint the room and trim in off white
- Paint the ceiling pale blue
- Paint the vanities pale blue
- Add hardware to the vanities
- Replace light fixtures
- Hang chandelier
- Fog the window (get your mind out of the gutter… I mean with the spray paint)
The one thing I’m wondering about is do I pull the stencil from the bedroom onto the walls in here? Is that stencil over kill? If I do use the stencil, do I do it white on white or do I do blue on white? What’s your vote?