We’re all tired this week. But, it’s getting there. (Do I say that every week? It’s true.)
We’re also nearing the time to put our house up for sale. Eek! I’ll let you know more when it’s officially for sale.
the trim in the extra bedroom…
the kitchen windows…
and batten boards in the dining room.
Ryan’s dad took a day off work to swap all the outlets. They look fabulous. White outlets bring me a great deal of happiness. It was super nice of him to work on these for us.
Papa Bear also added quarter round to the stairs for a cleaner break between tread and riser.
I really like how this turned out. I was a bit worried about how they looked, and they just look more finished now.
But last week, I did paint like a fiend, and still only managed to complete the living room. And I haven’t even cut in the Bedford Grey wall color yet. It is a darn big room.
I’m feeling overwhelmed by things that need painting. Overwhelmed.
But, it will all get done. Eventually. But if you wanna come over with a paint brush and help me paint trim, I’d welcome you with open arms. And a bottle of wine.
Our master bedroom closet didn’t have flooring in half of it. So this week, instead of fussing with patching in the floor, Ryan put down some laminate flooring for the time being. It’s really not pretty unless you squint your eyes, but it does the job. And it’s a closet, so we’re going with it.
I used black hardware and I’ll have a black faucet (I ordered this one by Kohler), so I like that the appliances pull it all together.
On that note, Ryan also installed all the cabinet hardware in the kitchen.
I chose cup pulls for the drawers and pull-outs and simple knobs for the doors. All from Home Depot. All in matte black. I love them.
This kitchen is making me happy.
And, that, my friends, was the week in review.
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