Our main bathroom has been a work-in-progress for a looong time. It’s a project that has not been high on the priority list (that’s a direct quote from my practical husband).

We finally finished it a few weeks ago! I really wish I had a photo of the room when we moved in. It was pretty terrible. Think dark fake wood paneling, dark wood cabinets, old nasty tub, peeling vinyl floor.

When we moved in to the house nine years ago, we painted the paneled walls, cabinets, and put in new flooring. Recently, we put in a new tub, tore out the paneling and had the walls dry-walled, and put in a new cultured marble countertop.bathroom3 bathroom5

It’s a small space with just one sink, but it feels so much bigger now! I tried a new paint color for the walls and I am really loving it. The wall color is Sherwin Williams Stone Isle. And it’s a great neutral color! I highly recommend it if you’re looking for a true light gray that doesn’t read blue, like so many other gray colors do. And I really like that it’s very light and makes the small room feel airy.bathroom2 bathroom8

Of course I had to create some wall art for the space!bathroom4 bathroom9

Most of the finishes I chose in the room are pretty neutral, because we are house hunting (eeeekkk) and will be selling our house in the near future. We are busy finishing up some house projects that have been on the back burner for too long.
bathroom10House hunting has been exciting but also nerve-wracking. I’m not quite sure how I’m going to find time to pack and move! We would love to find a larger property with lots of room for the kids to play outside and also have a much larger shop and studio for our business. And we’d love to renovate a fixer-upper home again. We are in the beginning stages of house hunting, so stay tuned!

July 01, 2015 — Aimee Weaver