I didn't dig out any before pictures, as my picture folder is an unorganized mess and too hard to find them...LOL...but you will get to see what I've accomplished so far.
First up is the living room with new paint and beautiful, new Armstrong Luxe Vinyl plank flooring. I have to say, I'm really liking this new floor!
And next is the most dramatic change...the bathroom. I've always had wall paper so going to plain paint was a bit boring to me...LOL...
The color of the main walls is the Wicker by Benjamin Moore and the shower wall is called Tropical Bay. I guess I should explain these colors so as to not confuse folks if they go to a Benjamin Moore store and can't find them...I actually found the color chips at Lowe's but my favorite paint is BM, so I took the samples to my BM store and they computer matched them. I used their Ultra Spec 500 low sheen paint because it is washable but also hides my wall imperfections. Remember, I stated that the paint was boring so I really had to add some color with my shower curtains and accessories. But, I do like how it turned out. I love the ceramic tile! I purchased a new faucet and went with brushed nickel. I had a gold polished brass one before but finding polished brass is getting harder and harder. Lowe's had a whole aisle of faucets and not one single brass one. So, to make things match, I purchased Brushed Nickel spray paint and gave my cabinet knobs, towel rack and toilet paper holder an up-do with spray paint and clear varnish. It's not exactly like the faucet but close enough to match. Those brown flowers above the tub are from the clearance Halloween/Thanksgiving section of Shopko and I picked them up for .65 cents a apiece. I went back to get more but they were all sold out. I want to find some dragonflies to add to them to match the shower curtain. I might have to cut some from vinyl on my Cameo!
The space between my medicine cabinet and sink was way too boring for me and I happened upon this sticker at Wally World and liked the saying and the colors...cost me a whole warping .97 cents...I couldn't cut it out myself for that price! I had to give my paint a week to cure and it stuck perfectly!
Hope you enjoyed my remodeling tour!