We are done with the bathroom refresh, unless...I change my mind about something. Do you ever head down one path...and then mid or post project you turn down a different path? I like to think that that is just part of the creative spirit...deciding something different midstream. Hopefully there are no bad diagnosis codes attached to this behavior. And on the other hand...are we ever finished with our houses? We just move over to the next project.
When we moved into our new house we had the whole house repainted, and I tried to predict the finishing touches and colors...so that I could feel confident in choosing colors that would work with my future projects. (Window dressings, rugs, etc.)
I have been working on the hall/guest bath little by little. I thought It was finished...until we decided to have the original tile pulled out. Yep...I took the plunge. I know that this is drastic. Dust. Dirt. Noise. Mess. I just was not in love with the original tile. I thought and thought about it. Finally I just decided to go forward once I found the marble. Until you actually find something...the whole subject is just theoretical. Right? Ok. I made it real when I paid the fifty percent down! When money changes hands...the deal is ON!
Now...Back to the things I have done in the smallest room in the house! It is a full bathroom... so I had to think of fabric I might want to use to "hide" the shower/tub. It is hard to get everything right...but I am still liking this Benjamin Moore Westminster Gold. That was before we decided to have the original tile taken out.
Sometimes you make a decision that you are so head over heels about that it makes you rethink a previous decision. In this case, I love the marble floor so much that I am rethinking the wall color. Hubby and I discussed painting the walls a charcoal grey and how that would look great with the white marble, white fixtures, white trim, etc. I believe that my newly made shower curtain would actually go with charcoal too. It has shades of grey and black. Let's see what you think...
...Here is what the bathroom looks like now.
The builder faucets were also changed. I love these new curvy Delta faucets.