I finally made myself mix new paint colors for the section of my bathroom wall that I had left unpainted for some unknown reason. I’m guessing that I ran out of one of the colors, thought to myself, “I’ll finish up tomorrow,” and then forgot and convinced myself that the walls were finished since that section of wall isn’t visible from the back entry. And now, it’s five months later, and I’m just now getting around to finishing up that small section of wall.
I’ve already written a post with with the step-by-step instructions for creating this walls design, which you can find here…
But since I had to mix all new paints to finish the wall, I wanted to test out the colors on a scrap piece of drywall before putting them directly on the bathroom wall. Since I was doing this test design anyway, I thought I’d do a video and show y’all how I created the design from beginning to end.
You can check it out here…
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As it turns out, all of my colors were spot on (or close enough 😀 ), so hopefully I can get the walls finished today. The bathroom is so close to being finished! I know I keep saying that, because it keeps being true. But you know how it is. All of these finishing projects just take so long!
It really is close, though. And after this bathroom is finished, I think I’ll tackle the following projects in this order:
- Finish the second studio work table.
- Make the pink draperies for the living room.
- Build the studio cabinets.
Sound like a plan? It’ll be a diversion from the studio for a bit, but I’m very anxious to get those pink draperies done! And I’ll need my second studio work table in order to make that project easy. For now, my excitement about pink draperies, which I’m using as an incentive and reward for myself upon completion of the bathroom and table, is keeping me focused and motivated. We all need those breaks from the drudgery to do fun and exciting projects, right? 🙂
Addicted 2 Decorating is where I share my DIY and decorating journey as I remodel and decorate the 1948 fixer upper that my husband, Matt, and I bought in 2013. Matt has M.S. and is unable to do physical work, so I do the majority of the work on the house by myself. You can learn more about me here.