Goodbye formerly dark-brown laminate cabinets
with the white paint peeling off.
Goodbye stained and chipped countertop.
Bye-bye ginormous, plain old boring, cracked mirror.
Adios sassy brassy leaky faucet.
Bye-bye overly textured, partially painted walls.
See ya later soap and toothbrush holder that I'm sure had to be
included in the original blueprints for the walls of the bathroom.
Hello beautiful, clean, bright white bathroom I have been dreaming about!
Check out that mirror!
Jill reluctantly gave that beauty up just for me.
Thanks Jilly! ☺
A few little things still left to be done.
Deciding on a ribbon for the drawers is one. I love this idea. I saw it in a magazine and on this blog. I'm just having a hard time finding the perfect one.
I really like the blue.
I like the white too.
But probably the blue more.
Just not sure if I like that particular blue....
Definitely not the yellow.
Painting the little mirror on the floor.
It's for little people who can't see in the big one since
the vanity is quite a bit higher than it used to be.
I'm searching for a glass knob for the closet door.
The light fixture is temporary. It's the old one, painted white,
which is fine but one of the sockets doesn't work.
The picture frame on the wall needs something in it and
we'll probably put in a small towel bar on the opposite wall.
The little houses in the birdcage need a new shade of blue paint.
They're a shade that's too far off everything else in there.
And I've been eyeing a couple of wire baskets
to put underneath the sink for towels.
Details of the project:
Rip out old sink, countertop and vanity.
Install floor to ceiling beadboard.
Tile the area of the old vanity.
Install baseboards and crown moulding.
Paint buffet to be used as vanity.
Cut a hole and fit the sink.
Reconfigure plumbing for one sink.
Fun Fun Fun!