It’s no wonder I hated mornings with the state of our bathroom last year. I am not sure why I decided brown was a great paint color choice for a bathroom. It was circa 2008 and there was a housing crisis. The before photo is har dto stomach so here is a sneak peak of the new master bath paint colors.
At it’s worse (the bathroom, not the housing crisis) looked like this. I was too lazy to hem the oversized, sheer window treatments, so I just folded the edges over and clipped them to the curtain rod.
master bath before
It got a little better when I updated the window treatments, but I was fully committed to the Hershey’s chocolate walls.
I was really into cheap window treatments. Here’s the small powder room (toilet) window. Nothing goes better with brown paint than vinyl stickers for privacy and a window treatment made from a Nordstrom box. Yep! It was a sign of the financial markets and my mindset.
And, then when I knew my mental health was dependent on new paint, I was worried to stand on a ladder that was precariously perched in the hot tub size tub. o when the painters painted the main level with these colors I asked if they could just run upstairs and paint the bathroom and ceiling.
In four hours I had a new ceiling color and bathroom walls. The bathroom was so bright and sunny. This is the way to wake up in the morning!
I have plans to update the tub, shower, floors, cabinets, and countertops. But right now I get to enjoy the fresh new paint in our master bath.
Linking to: Grandma’s House DIY