I told you of our painting marathon. Thought you might want to see pictures! Although, I have to warn you, as much as I want a magazine ready home, I do not actually have one!
Let’s start with the girls’ room. Here is the before –you know, one of those plastic bag paint treatments…in nursery colors…maybe not a good idea! (But at the time it was such a great change from the dark brown paneling.)
After promising my middle daughter we would make a super cool print of this quote to frame for their “new room” so she would quite crying we chuckled as we painted over it about hand cutting the stencil — it was before the days of vinyl rub ons and the Cricut.
The purple covers where the quote used to be.
This is the opposite side of the room. We painted the face of the eaves surrounding the window purple.
Pink Pink Pink!! Did I mention how terrible this paneling is to paint??!! It will stay these colors for quite some time! I had visions of making some new ultra fab curtains, but after putting these up they helped the walls so much they just might stay!
Ready for the bathroom??!!! I went looking for a “before” picture and we painted it so long ago I would have had to scan in the picture! So, I went with this one instead! This bathroom is towards the top of our to do list, which is the only way I can handle it!
This is my oldest daughter practicing her "shaving" like daddy. Cute, huh?! But can you picture the yellow on 3 of the bathroom walls?! Definitely time for an update!
And now, the AFTER!!
All the walls and ceiling are covered with this ugly, slick, hard to paint wall board stuff. Terrible. But looking better with each coat of paint! The red paint was left over from our kitchen. Maybe wouldn’t have been my first choice, but okay with the result. Only one wall is red, we painted the rest of the walls white. I don’t usually love white, but it helps this small space!
Storage is a BIG issue in our bathroom, so my sister and I ran to a flea market and found this cute cabinet! We will add doors and it will be perfect! It does dominate our small bathroom – but totally worth it! Because we live so far from town I can’t just run to the store to buy cute containers for hair bands, head bands, lip gloss, sunglasses, etc. so I am just using containers we already have for now.
OH! I have to tell you about this awesome clearance find! I found a clear shower curtain with mesh pockets all over it. I hung it on the inside of the white shower curtain and filled the pockets with bath toys! I am totally in love with it! I have already decided I will be making a new one when this one wears out!
I tried to take a picture of our new warm beige colored hallway, but it was a bit difficult! My husband installed a new light fixture in the hallway as well — amazing what a change that makes!! I am ready to hang decorations, but so unsure of what I want to hang! For me the hallway has always been a tough area to decorate!
As for the completely redone bathroom — I am hoping for a full reveal sometime soon!!
Do you have any great paint transformation stories?! (Sometime I will tell you about our stairwell painting adventures…or nightmares…lol!)