The bedrooms are done! I’m so relieved that it finally feels like I’m getting somewhere with all this painting. I think my bedroom looks great, even though my family argued that I went too dark with the color. I disagree!
Excuse the blurriness; a photographer, I am not.
Also, ignore the junk everywhere. It’s hard to keep things tidy when you’re constantly moving things around! Again, my bedroom was Behr Classic Taupe. The closets and trim are Behr White- keeping it simple. Also, debating whether or not I should keep that desk. The previous owners left it behind, but I can’t decide if I have the room for it. Decisions, decisions! Below is the finished second bedroom:
I’m really proud of this room because of how good the accent wall came out. I think the two colors look amazing together.. I really lucked out on the selection! Just as a refresher, the purple is Behr Purple Mauve and the grey is Behr Silver Chalice. Apologies for the pictures of the living room- it has the most clutter by far.
The color here is Behr Raffia Cream. As you can see, I’m not quite finished with this room. It still needs a few coats on the trim and baseboards, but I should be finished in here by Thursday. That means, as soon as I get the wood rot fixed, I can get my new floors!
Of course, that wood rot is a whole other issue. I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve called the condo management company and the contractor directly. I just cannot seem to get anyone to actually come out and do the work. Do people really run their businesses like this? Any advice for me on this matter? I have to travel for work soon, so I’m hoping to have all of the flooring work done by then. But the way this has been going, I definitely won’t be holding my breath. In the meantime, my awesome family has been able to help with other jobs that need doing around the condo. My mother was able to paint all the ceilings (go Mom!), so forget every bad myth you’ve heard about painting popcorn. Trust me, you’ll be fine. My father got to doing some of the less-appealing jobs, like caulking all of the cracks around the windows and spraying the hornets’ nests that have set up camp on my balcony. Not fun.
Meanwhile, I’ve moved on to painting the bathroom. My bathroom is separated into 2 rooms, which I’ve started referring to as the tub room and the vanity room, just to tell them apart. This is the current status of the vanity room:
The color here is Behr Valley Mist. I’ve decided to just put a fresh coat of white in the tub room for now. While I eventually want it to be this nice teal color, right now I have a most hideous bright blue tub and toilet, and those colors would clash for sure. When I get around to replacing those fixtures, that’s when I’ll change the wall color in the tub room. Since this picture was taken, I’ve taken the mirror down. My sister’s fiancee does carpentry work, and he’s going to build me a cute white frame to go around the mirror’s edge. (“Cute” is my word, of course, not his.) I can’t wait to see it when it’s finished!