The old backsplash had to go to give this kitchen an updated look.
The tile came from Menards. I used 3 rows of mosaic and the 6 by 6 tiles in Solona Stone Sand to keep the tile from competing with the new counter top.
Time to give this deck a new coat of stain.
The color is Oxford Brown from Ace Hardware. Now it is ready for entertaining!
I have been doing a little flooring work.
Here is a living room floor in Dream Home – Ispiri 12mm Americas Mission Olive Laminate from Lumber Liquidators.
This new deck is getting stained.
The color is Cedar Bark semi-transparent stain. And it looks really cool with the rope lights lighting it up at night.
Just because the tub already has a surround doesn’t mean you can’t add a little tile.
The subway tile along with a little glass tile adds to this standard bath. When the shower curtain is up, the tile will show but not the tub surround. FyI – the paint color is Sea Salt by Sherwin-Williams. One of my favorite colors.
This split bathroom had a wallpaper border at the top. The owner took it down.
Now it is Stucco Greige by Sherwin-Williams. It is a nice gray. The natural light made the one wall look blue when I took the picture.
The faux finish in the tub & toilet area was also painted.
The new color is Beach Grass 7751W. I’m not sure which company this color is by.
This bedroom is being reclaimed from storage to a place to sleep.
The new color is Baked Cumin by Benjamin Moore.
The owner removed the floral wallpaper – which was 30 years old. (Sorry, no picture of that)
The walls were sanded and repaired from the wallpaper removal. Now the entry/hallway is a Hearth Rug by Pittsburg Paints.
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