Today, I decided to start my first painting project. My bathroom needed painting… I found the “perfect” white paint in the “oops” paint at Home Depot. If you don’t know about oops paint… a gallon for a low price of $5. I have a variety of paints for my house all from the oops paints. Check Lowes and Menards as well… if you are looking for a color, but not super picky about the shade, you can find some great colors. 🙂 I knew I wanted to paint my bathroom white from the day I closed. I think that a white bathroom is refreshing and the options I am left with are wonderful. I wanted to be able to have a variety of rugs and towels to add color to the room. If my wall color is white, I am not limited in the colors of rugs and towels.
Here is my starting point… a sort of creamy coffee color.
Midpoint… first coat…
Almost end point… a pretty white. The only thing I have left to do, take down the tape.
I do feel a sense of accomplishment, even if my bathroom is not 100% complete. Painting is a lot harder when doing it on ones own… especially when you have to paint around the toilet, sconces, mirrors is a small space. Right now, my rugs and towels are yellow… my other decor in my bathroom are ducks. Rubber ducks to be exact. The next thing I need to add to my bathroom is shelves for my ducks. Once I find the right ones. I will add a follow-up picture once my ducks have their own home. What have you accomplished lately?
well it’s nicely done…
Thanks… and thanks for reading! 🙂
haha no worries! i just hope you didn’t spill any paint on other stuff. i initially was gonna give you painting tips but i figured it’s already too late anyways but just looking a t the photos here, i think you really did well!
Only one spill… as I was holding the paint pan and painting at the same time, the pan tipped and spilled on the floor, I was quick to clean it up, I was happy that none of the paint stuck in the tiles grout. Tips are always welcome… I have a whole house that eventually will be painted.