We had a whirlwind work weekend at the condo. (yes, it was a couple weeks ago) We spent the entire visit working on the tile.
Before I get into the tile job, let me just show another discovery. We pulled the baseboard trim down for the tile job (much easier to get a clean edge). Under the paneling, peaking out taunting me was this splendid wallpaper. Ugh, wallpaper.
Good thing we're keeping the paneling on this side! Painted -- it's not staying orange!
Ooh, I should give you a sneak peek of the vanity set we bought... Of course, I can't find it. At a minimum, they changed the price, and wood finish options. Here's what I think it is, it's at least the look...
Stay tuned, the boys are going up to get her ready for paint this weekend. I also had a shopping spree to get the phase 1 bedroom and bathroom furnished up and declared finished. "Final" after shots coming as soon as I can get there to place everything and "fluff" it. And take the pictures!
What's your favorite part of the process? Demolition, building, or fluffing? Choosing building materials or choosing furnishings and decor? I would rather choose building materials any day, choosing furnishings makes my hands clammy. Fluffing is my favorite part, though, because then, not only is the work done, but all the stressful selections have been made and you get to enjoy it!
**Fluffing is more widely recognized as "staging", whatever.