Pretty white windows.
The window trim is most noticeable in the dining room. Doesn’t the dining room look great?
I really don’t want to paint all those windows. I’m not Duracell-like.
In other news… It’s nearly time for a bubble bath.
(You can ignore the bucket in the tub. A figment of your imagination.)
This bathroom is the thing that dreams are made of. At least my dreams. Don’t you love it when things actually come together the way you hope?
I’ve blocked out the time when I dumped a gallon of white semi-gloss trim paint INSIDE the vanity. I didn’t get any pictures. Bad blogger. I was too busy having a COW. Thank goodness for my calm husband. And the fact that the new tile was covered.
The door is painted, too. But, someone lost the screws in the paint-spilling-madness. It wasn’t me. (It was me.) So, eventually there will be a door.
I love every little part of this room.
I am really pleased with the white beadboard on the walls. It’s like a different room. In my opinion, there’s nothing like a crisp, clean white in a bathroom. I love it.
And don’t even get me started on the tub fixtures. Suffice to say I love them.
Thanks to CSN Stores, I was able to pick up the Price Pfister set for a lot less. I’m pretty much obsessed with it. I like the chrome and I love the cross handles. I’m very pleased.
I’m still waiting on the faucet for the vanity. Here’s what I chose.
I originally was coveting the hotel wall-mount medicine cabinet from Pottery Barn. But, at nearly $300, I couldn’t justify it.
Well, I found it’s (evil) twin at Home Depot for $100.
I actually prefer the vintage-looking handle on the Home Depot version.
So, that’s the bathroom, at about 90 percent finished. WOOT!
What do you think?
(Psssst: Curious about what we’ve done and what else we’ll work on? Check out our updated house list here.)