Remember that beautiful hexagon tile floor I’ve been gabbing about for the past 2 weeks?
No? Where have you been?
Well, go check out all the dirty details at my guest post on Remodelaholic. I’m super excited to be guest posting again and thankful for the opportunity.
The post walks through the process step-by-step and gives a few of the tips we learned in the process. Our hope is that you are able to get through the process of laying hexagon tile floors without a single moment curled in the fetal position.
Besides loving our new tile floors, I’ve also been in a painting frenzy. I gave myself a little goal to paint the kitchen, dining room, upstairs hall and bathroom within the next few weeks since Ryan is traveling. Ideally, I’d like to also finish with the entry ceiling and repaint the front bedroom since I’m not thrilled with the color. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. 😉
This week, I finished the kitchen walls and ceiling and got a start on the dining room. These are the two largest of the rooms I need to finish, so I’m pleased. If I’d have had a little more time, I think I could have finished the dining room.
Oh well, patience is a virtue, right?
First up, the dining room:
The kitchen has no trim right now, so it went really quickly. I’m really pleased with the kitchen paint color.
It’s the same color as our current kitchen – Silver Sage by RH color matched to Behr. I considered changing it up for about a minute, but I really love this color and think it’s perfect in the kitchen. It’s really a lovely color, although this picture is at 9:30 at night, so it’s not perfect.
I also decided this week that I’m never going to live in a home with textured walls again. Smooth walls are the bomb. The paint goes on so easily. They also take about half the paint of our current plaster walls, so that’s pretty sweet.
I’ve updated the house list for your reading enjoyment.
What do you think?
And, please don’t forget to check out my post over at Remodelaholic.
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