Did your mother ever tell you "Slow and steady wins the race."? I like to think it's true.
It gives me an excuse for the dreadfully long time each of my projects takes.
Take my master bath for instance. . .
I have been painting my room and bathroom (I believe I first bought paint last November). It's still not done. I ran out of paint. . . twice. I clearly don't plan well. Actually, I ended up painting the laundry room and powder bath the same color so I needed more paint than I thought. But somehow the master bath ended up getting painted last, so I still need to finish up the main area of the bathroom--just as soon as I get a couple unclaimed hours (and another bucket of paint). . . whenever that might be.
But since the little toilet and shower room got finished I decided to update it a little. (Rob's ADD is rubbing off on me). Ultimately the whole room will get remodeled (new tub, shower, vanity, lights and mirrors, and tile floor), but in the meantime I did an inexpensive little touch up. Because it makes the morning more fun.
We put up new hardware.
And one of those hotel towel racks I love.
And I printed some flower pictures I took last spring.
And put them in silver frames.
One day the whole room will be as fresh as those flowers.
For now I will just close the pocket door and pretend it already is. . .