The bathroom is pretty much put back together, save the paint smell and a few touch ups, and I think it looks pretty snazzy so I took some glamour shots. After I removed half of the thing that normally live in there, naturally. I missed the toilet cleaner, of which I obviously use the cheapest brand known to man; yeah, my toilet water is a shocking shade of blue, what you gonna do about it?
The puttying, sanding and painting, when relatively smoothly, although I think it may have to do with the fact that my bathroom is only about 50 square feet, so how much of a pain could decorating it possibly be? I got this great, if not slightly expensive, paint from Home Depot, a primer and paint in one made by Behr, that basically covered in one coat. I was pretty impressed with the quality. Finally, keep kittens and paint in separate rooms, you do not want to be washing grey paw prints off the floor. At least I don’t have carpet.
I’ll tell you a secret about having an awesome grown up bathroom that looks put together (and snazzy, if I may use the word snazzy a third and fourth time), I’ve figured this out after observing the bathrooms of the put together grown ups that I know: My mum, my grandma, my best friend Tee.
The double shower curtain. Acquiring one is rite of passage in one’s life.
As you can see here, I have gone with a lovely metallic cloth outer curtain, that I never would have bought myself because I’m cheap(ish), but was a wedding gift from my grandparents, and a shockingly blue inner plastic curtain, that I installed three minutes before this picture was taken, from Ikea. Hey, I think it matches the toilet water!
Painting the bathroom and the double shower curtain: a great way to complete your life. Or at least make you feel fancy while taking a bath, I’m all about feeling fancy. On to the bedroom!