Greys and Taupes and a very neutral pallet now.
I love this higher vanity with dual sinks. We had only a single sink in a seven foot vanity before. Mr. C actually chose the mirrors and light fixtures and I think he did a fabulous job. We are very traditional so nothing trendy or fashion forward for us.
I like the soft white robe hanging on the new hook. It gives me the feeling of a nice high end hotel.
Here is the new Porcelain Tile flooring. I really like the colors and the feel and the ease of cleaning it. No carpeting now in the bathroom or in the hall and I am a very happy girl. The old Mauve carpeting always attracted dirt and grease and was never really clean no matter how hard Mr. C or I would try to clean it. On a side note we had to change out all our lighting as the previous light bulbs just washed out all the beauty of the tile and the gorgeous colors. Nothing is too detailed for Mr. C and his
This photo shows the curve of our stairs. I love our antique table in this circular space. Mr. C did a great job on all the baseboards including this curve.
Here is the view from Mr. C's Toybox aka Grease Garage. Those steps add to the levels of our home which has no flat surfaces without stairs. It really feels so good to have this phase of our downstairs renovation completed. It took longer than expected and we did more than we had planned...like painting the entire hallway a different color than we painted the bathroom. Next phase will be to gut the office and possibly paint it before new carpet is installed. Then we re-carpet the two downstairs bedrooms...one of which is my sewing room and I cannot imagine having to empty it. The closet alone is a lifetime amount of fabrics and sewing supplies and I most definitely am NOT looking forward to emptying that space. However when the time comes I will gladly do what it takes to eliminate the Mauve carpet we currently have. Thank you for your encouragement on this renovation along the way. I do know I did my fair share of whining about the incredible concrete dust and all the cleaning I was doing every day. Now I am able to work outside on the weeds that have completely taken over. I know it is overwhelming but I just do a little bit at a time. If I only pull a handful of weeds then I am that much closer to having a clear space. Even "inches" over acres is better than nothing!
I am happily able to spend precious time in my studio and sewing room. I will share soon.
Creative Bliss and EnJoy the beautiful weather most of us are having. Prayers for Texas and Oklahoma with all the flooding they are getting. We are still completely dry so it really makes it all the more important to de-weed our land surrounding our home. May is quickly coming to an end and Summer is here along with June soon. Winter for my friends across the globe. Blessings...