In my last post, I shared about our renovation of the upstairs bonus room for my daughter and her husband. Today, the bathroom is the topic of conversation.
The half bath had a dark brown linoleum floor that was peeling up and a 1970s vanity complete with cultured marble sink when we purchased the house. Serviceable, but nothing special.
After we moved in, I painted the walls black and wallpapered with National Geographic covers and this room quickly became the room my family loved the most and couldn’t wait to show their friends… wonders will never cease…
This bathroom, though, needs a much larger countertop and storage capacity for my daughter and son-in-law. Bye- bye vanity. Bye-bye peel and stick tile. Thank you, son-in-law!
The stairwell, when we bought the house, fortunately, did not have orange shag carpet like the upstairs room. However, it did have this mottled brown shag that was well worn and looked like a mangy dog’s coat. Nasty, too. We ripped it up a long time ago and painted the stairs black.
Progress is moving forward. The ceiling fan is in and the closet is being framed up this week by my sweet husband. The kids will be here this weekend to paint. Only 3 more weeks to go before it must be move in ready!
“Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved —-you and your household.” Acts 16:31 NIV Bible