Well, at least there's one thing that can be said for me.
If I say I'm going to do something, I get right on it.
Yesterday, I showed you this picture
of my little blue bathroom
under the stairs.
When scrubbing it on Sunday,
I decided it could use some work.
And it would probably one the the cheapest rooms to re-do.
Redoing bathrooms isn't exciting.
But bathrooms need love too.
I mean, what if we didn't have them?
By mid morning on Monday, it looked like this:
After painting 4 of the 8 rooms of plaster walls in this house,
I'd forgotten just how easy it is to apply primer to sheet rock.
And it uses about a quarter of the amount!
Which is a good thing because I don't have a whole lot left
after doing Eva's room and floors.
Here's what it looked like by the end of the day:
The first coat of primer is on the beaded board and the walls.
And I'm at a loss for what color I'm going with.
I'm really leaning towards an all white room,
but I'm wondering if there is a such thing as too much white.
Knowing me and going against the current trend of neutral walls,
I'll probably slap some color on it.
Plus, Scott took one look at it and said,
"PLEASE don't tell me you're painting it white!"
"It's primer, Dear."
"Oh. Okay. Yeah. It's really looking good. Great job!"
I love my husband.
HA HA HA HA HA!