March 29, 2014

Bathroom Update {before and after}

Hi again!!!
Today has turned into a complete lazy day. I've prepped the master bedroom
and it's ready for paint! So happy I've finally decided on a color!!
Since there wasn't much else to do today other than lay around and watch
movies I thought I would stop in for a quick before and after of our
one and only bathroom!
 A while back I repainted and freshened up our mirror with some
Anne Sloane chalk paint. If you missed that post you can find it here.
Not much has been done since then other than some slight décor changes.
I'm still working on finding the perfect window treatment... Once again
the procrastinator in me... That being said I never really did a before and
after shot. It's amazing what a little paint and a few simple décor changes
can do to a space. I'm so much happier with the way it looks today.
The picture on the left was taken just two years ago.
I can't believe just how much my décor style has grown....
I have really learned a lot about what really inspires me and what I like.
My mind set has completely changed since Pinterest we moved in and
remodeled our home only six years ago! Ahhhh... If I only knew then what I
know now.... I'm actually ok with the fact that my tastes have changed.
It just gives me an excellent excuse to have to redo every room of our
house! It's like starting fresh!! And there's no rush this time....
I'm not afraid to do what I like in my own home. Years ago I always
assumed there were "rules" to be followed when decorating, but now
thanks to some amazing blogs and of course Pinterest, I have learned
how to find a design style all my own and how decorate my home the way
I like in a way that reflects who I am and who we are as a family.
Your home is YOUR castle and there's no right or wrong way to
decorate it.... Others may not agree, but it totally works for me!!
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