These decisions are important, right!? And even though your votes put blue as top choice for door colors in our Pool Bathroom.....
|The hinges need to be painted navy.|
This tiny space is really hard to photograph, and the door color was found on the Ooops Shelf at Home Depot, so I can't give you a name. But it's a reddish pink, similar to Babygirl's bed.
This totally random and boring picture shows a true depiction of the door, wall and ceiling colors.
And you may recall we had some problems pop up after we thought the renovation was complete. Turns out the gap in the frameless shower door was too wide, so a good amount of water was escaping. I was ready to
I assumed a strip of silicone sweep running up the center of the glass would look horrible. But truthfully, you can't even see it! Mr. Glass Guy told us to live with it for a bit, and if we don't like it he'll refit the glass.
And the damage made to the dry wall by the escaped water?
Our rockstar contractor tiled over it to protect the wall from any future escapees.
I also gave the painter a free pass on the walls (he used a nappy roller when we were going for a smooth lacquer finish), but told him to remember this when it comes time to paint my Dining Room! He is coming back for all the necessary touch-ups though. (See, I'm not a
The light fixture came with shades, so I'm trying it with and without. I thought the round bulbs looked more modern, but turns out, they look a little (ahem) phallic.
Now it's time to get busy accessorizing. And I know some of you are balking at the Crayola box happening in here. But keep in mind, it's the bathroom right off the pool...so a certain amount of creative freedom is allowed. I hope.