And here is the rental house’s guest bathroom:
So not much has changed, but I must say, the painted walls do add some depth to the room! And I lovelovelove our dark brown vanity, it makes the white countertop really stand out. Having a framed mirror (rather than builder-grade) also makes a huge difference.
And the frames with two of my bridal portraits:
What do you think? Not bad for a room that cost me nothing more than a $20 gallon of paint and a $60 framed mirror.
I painted two bathrooms and went to San Francisco in between 🙂
Paint color look familiar? Like, maybe the kitchen color? Well, not quite. Its the same color, but I had them mix it 50% lighter this time around. Its a bit more serene and not so “in-your-face” teal.
Halfway through painting, after much debate, I had to break the bad news to Nick: I wanted to paint the ceiling (you know he especially loves painting ceilings).
Lots of fun was had by all, although it was cold and rainy most of the time, which is definitely not my favorite type of weather!
This is just a picture of our pretty moulding. This is the one place in our entire house where the builder put up moulding.
The sole reason for the following picture is to point out that I had to paint all of this too (the ceiling in the shower and the entire “toilet room”). And I say “I” because Nick did not help me with either of these undertakings (though he was a huge help with painting the rest of the bathroom!).