Gotta Get The Shutters Up...Master Bath Redo Update
I have a million projects in midstream. I thought I would give you a sneak peek at one of them. My master bathroom project that started months ago and stalled is back in full swing. I am going to continue the theme of yellow and white, bead board and such from the Master Bedroom. In fact, the walls are now painted the same pale yellow.
I need something for the two windows in the bath. I want the windows primarily open, but also need privacy at night. I hit the blogs and PinInterest and found this neat idea on a blog named Tidbits From The Tremaynes and pinned it to my PinInterest.
My home improvements guy, Ed was at the house this weekend. He helped me whip up a few built to suit shutters and they are sitting on my outside studio ready for two coats of white paint.
He is suppose to be returning tomorrow to install them. I haven't painted them because I have been so busy with the kitchen re-decoration project! Yikes! Guess I am getting up early tomorrow. Hope the paint dries quickly. Once they are painted, I will have him hang them to the sides of these two windows in the bath on chrome hinges.
Window #1 Before
Window #2 Before
There is also this neat old vintage cabinet that I had him hang over the back of the toliet/bidet area. I plan on painting it and adding some accents, like hooks, etc.
I am also going to have Ed help me renovate the cabinet doors. I don't like the contemporary lines of the doors, so I will be having him router out a center rectangle, so I can add a bead board and trim treatment before painting them a white Alabaster White from Sherwin Williams.
All this is happening as I attempt a to redecorate my kitchen, finish my Halloween decorating and get a few tomato plants in the ground before the end of the month!! Why do I do this to myself I ask? I guess I like the challenge. Or maybe I am just crazy. Who knows? I mean who else would do something crazy like this...
Paint a pumpkin white?? Really?? My redo in the kitchen is all about black and white...I needed the pumpkins to be white. Yep, you got that right. White pumpkins in the kitchen. I may have gone nuts in the process...but I'm having fun! That's the point....right??!!