Blue bathroom walls that is! I LOVE the color!! Now we just have to paint the bedroom. I have narrowed it down and will share that later. It will be a much softer, muted neutral to complement the blue.
Don't worry if you're not up to speed, you can see the master bath design here and the before pics here!!
Let's start with the punch list (which I added to)
-demo existing parquet and vinyl floor
-make final selection on floor tile
-install new hexagon honed marble tile
-demo existing countertop/sink
-install new custom solid surface top and rectangular under mount sink
-paint existing vanity
-install new vanity doors
-purchase new faucet set
-install faucet set
-make a barn wood frame for mirror
-Buy new wall cabinet for over toilet
-install cabinet over toilet
-come up with some DIY art
-purchase shower curtain
-purchase new bath mat
-replace almond colored GFI receptacle
So now I feel like we haven't done anything. But it looks like we have done a lot. It's amazing how much an impact paint can make.
I told y'all that we ran into a few hiccups with the electrical. Well it just got worse before it got better. We spent at least an hour putting in a new junction box and changing the light switches. We had to label the wires which were all tangled up but I was 95% sure I had everything hooked up correctly. So we turned the power back on and....nothing. I was about to cry...seriously. It was Sunday afternoon so I knew it would be almost impossible to get an electrician over until Monday. BUT Tim suggested we ask his cousin Joey what to do. He offered to come over and take a look at it. Well...he fixed it in about 2 minutes. YAY!!! And then he installed our light fixture for us! DOUBLE YAY!! And the funniest part is that he asked if it would get him a shout-out on "Designer in Teal"? Of course!!
Okay here is the part you really care about: pictures! Well, I hope you read the rest of the post because it's crucial to the "reno" process.