Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Master Bathroom Changes

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Nesting can make you do some really spontaneous things. For instance, when I was pregnant with Kasen I had this overwhelming amount of energy near the end of my pregnancy that I channeled into making cute.... kitchen towels. Because that makes so much sense, right?

Well, a few weeks ago that same weird nesting bug hit me hard one day. I randomly decided I would update our master bathroom, specifically the paint color. The room is just very neutral and lacks any real design. However, this project was not on any near future project lists I just did it on a whim. 

So, I'm in the currently submerged into that process. Only two of the walls are painted. The one behind the mirrors and a tiny wall next to the linen cabinet. You can barely tell the difference in the picture below, so I'm hoping when it's all said and done it's a tad more noticeable! 

Random and a little off topic, but do you notice how some of my light bulbs are burnt out? I went through our entire house over the weekend and discovered that we have a total of 32 lights out! Can you believe that?  

I used up the rest of the paint that was left over from the nursery. Plus I have an entire gallon of that same color that I haven't even cracked open yet. Turns out when you have a paint-and-primer-in-one a little goes a long way. 

The bathroom is very bright. Especially paired with the previous creamy white that was in there (like the picture below). I think the gray will pull out some of the grays in the existing tile work and hopefully give the whole space a fresh feeling. 

Now the search has started for other ways to spruce up this space... which happens to be my favorite part! Depending on how this nesting energy goes, I would love to plank the wall that has the window on it. Stay tuned for progress. Hoping to get this one wrapped up quickly! 

And hey, at least this time my spontaneous nesting is a little bit more practical. My husband just sort of shook his head almost as if he wasn't too surprised. Ha!

1 comment:

  1. I can totally tell a difference! It looks great! Cat wait to see the rest as it goes along :)