Cross your fingers!!
What a terrific weekend! Love it when there is nothing that you have to do and you get to pick what you want to do.
Started the weekend off by making a big pot of the best chili ever!! I love the taste of it and the fact that it is loaded up with veggies makes me feel like I don’t even need to count the calories J
Then my husband and I went off antiquing, as much antiquing as can be done in South Dakota…no kids in tow! On the hunt for a new- old dresser, found nothing. I did however find an ironstone platter to add to my collection. But, the best part is just getting to hang out with my husband.
Okay, now the exciting part...continuation of the bathroom makeover!
(Via Country Living)
This is NOT my bathroom...wish it was.
This is also NOT my bathroom...again wish it was.
Unfortunately, these bathrooms do not fit into a house that looks like this:
My House...also known as "Paradise"
On New Years Eve I started by getting rid of the yucky builders paint that had been slapping me in the face for 8 long years. I knew that I wanted to go bright and airy and chose a very bright white.All New Years Eve plans had been cancelled because my youngest daughter had a stomach flu. So while she slept between “episodes” I painted my small lackluster bathroom Benjamin Moore Decorators White. Cannot believe what a difference the paint alone made.
It could be the smallest master bathroom ever and there is absolutely no room to expand...and no budget to either :(
Okay, now you know how I roll. Didn't do a very good job painting behind mirror...oops. Lucky it is getting tile. Hope no one looks close behind the toilet.
Tile went up very smooth. Took about 3 hours for me to tile the entire wall. Really wish that I had the budget to do all the walls. But not happening.
This is the wall tile that I used. Got it at Lowe's around $10/tile. Now today going into Lowe's to have them cut a few tiles that I need cut (not sure how to cut the glass tiles??). Called them and they do it for FREE!! And, then maybe grouting tomorrow. So, cross your fingers that it turns out!
Next up...tiling the floor.
To check out more of the final product click this link: