Monday, August 23, 2010

Update on Room Do Overs.

It's been a couple of weeks since I last updated you on a couple of my room do-overs. One is sort of complete, the other, well, let's just say it's a work in progress.

This is what the office looked like a few months ago:

Notice all the custom panelling, dark carpet, DEER on the wall and dark wood blinds?
Well, take a look at the room NOW!!!!!!!!!

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I have to say, this is now a bright, colorful and fun room.  As you can tell, I use it for my fabric/quilting storage room. All those neat and organized (for now) bins are full, yes, full, of fabric. I am going to have to quit buying or I am going to run out of room to put it. (like that is going to happen, me stop buying fabric???)

Here's a progress report on our bathroom. 
All the sheet rock, tile, old shower pan and some of the floor are GONE. Hubby did some re-routing of the plumbing this weekend and now all we are waiting for is our new shower floor. It should be here within the next two weeks and then the fun begins. Picked out the tile we will use for the shower walls and for the bathroom floor, but, can't start on that till the shower pan gets installed. So, as far as progress goes, there is none right now. All is on hold waiting for the pan. Thank goodness we have other bathrooms.  

5 comments:

Vesuviusmama said...

Love, love, love the new room! Great job! Where's the deer now? :) So glad you have other bathrooms, too. I was kinda wondering when you said you were in a holding pattern just how much you had to "hold"!

DD Lindsey said...

LOVE that wall color!

Devoted to Quilting said...

Love the new room and all that storage space. Yeah, not buying fabric doesn't sound like a good option. I'd told my self that just the other day, then next time I was in town thought of a reason to buy more fabric. Don't know where it's going, but I have it now.

Ashley said...

Wow it looks great!!!!

GerryART said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, Sandy.

This IS quite the makeover, isn't. . . BOLD wall color.

Look forward to reading more of your blog posts.

Gerry