In our spare time my husband and I have been redoing our master bathroom. Caulk gun hanging in the shower? Indeed!
We ripped out the old linoleum and put down wood floors, which I stained and polyurethaned diligently after my husband sanded them. I love the floors! My husband installed the beadboard and trim. The cabinetmaker is still crafting the cabinet, and I haven't picked out light fixtures yet.
It would be just lovely to replace the shower, but we do not want to spend the money for tile and I don't want to replace it with another fiberglass shower! This shower is quite adequate, and it is a nice practice in moderation and restraint (not to mention self-discipline). Cultivating the art of contentment is valuable. So I am content with the old beige fiberglass shower. It serves us well! We did remove the nasty old doors and will be purchasing fresh new doors, which will be so nice.
I haven't finished painting yet and am a little uneasy about continuing to paint, because I'm wondering if the blue of the ceiling will blend with the countertop I chose. I painted the walls and ceiling in this room three and a half years ago...as the beginning of the makeover process. We practice 'slow renovation' in our home. I like to think it's like the slow food movement.....
My spare time this week will involve finishing beadboard painting and painting that last wall to the right--I hope!