This little half bath is a tough one. It’s the only bathroom on the main floor of the house, and thanks to the addition my grandfather did on the kitchen decades ago, it no longer has an outside window. Just an inside one. Yep, window stayed and it gives you a nice view into the laundry room.
Once we started the kitchen floor, which had the same old tile, we knew the bathroom had to be done. It was small enough, so might as well.
There was two layers to get through to the plaster wall. I was lucky. This stuff peeled like nothing and warm water and a scraper was all it took to get down that second layer of paper.
Evan wiped the walls down while Gramps and I hit up Home Depot for some paint. We would finish the tile before we actually got to painting. See that lovely linoleum underneath? Oh linoleum. I was not sad to see you covered up.
Gramps went full steam ahead and cut in all around the ceiling. He didn’t want to bother with taping things off but I’m picky, so I did it. I finished the cutting in around the trim, which didn’t need to be perfect because we were painting it anyway. The color we chose for the wall is Geyser by Behr, and the trim is Ultra White.
And then wouldn’t ya know, the little loo was brought back to life with some snazzy new floor tile, fresh paint, and a simple curtain I made out of some heavily discounted fabric from JoAnn’s and no sew hem tape.
All in all, I’d say this place is shaping up little by little. And I’m happy with how much I’ve learned in such a short amount of time. Next phase is to tackle Sienna’s room. Looks like I’m gonna have to brush off the ol’ Pinterest account and get some inspiration.