This time, I was doctoring up photos of living room potential. I drew out a few floor plans and then I went crazy drawing different plans for our fireplace.
You had better believe that I am not going to let all of my hard work on Paint go to waste... no no no! I am going to share it with you fine folks.
Our living room is super duper long. So, trying to figure out a furniture arrangement was not the easiest thing in the world. I came up with a few choices that would work with the new fireplace situation. Do you want to take a look at a couple of them?
I thought so!
Things are probably only going to get more interesting from here. So, buckle up!
Who likes that squirrel hanging out in my window?
Ohhhh I learned how to take the sea legs off my drawings and straighten things up.
And get ready for these... things get a little fancy!
It isn't over yet! I took a photo I found and stuck my fireplace idea in.
Which one did we choose?
None of them! We ended up taking so long with the master bathroom remodel that we just left the fireplace alone. Also, Scott and I were both somewhat indifferent about whether or not to change out the stone wall. Some people thought it would be a crime to get rid of it. Since we weren't 100% we just left it as is.
But things have definitely changed since the last time we took a look at this green machine. It turned cream! It has officially been de-funkyed. No more lovely Asparagus Green by Behr.
Now, it is "cut a chunk out from behind the refrigerator and have Home Depot paint match that color because I ran out of paint and like a dummy I didn't keep the paint can." Have you ever head of that color? It is a lovely one.
The blue stuff around the fireplace is painter's tape. And, the green patch will eventually become cream colored.
We are still trying to decide if the trim around the fireplace should be white or the color of the wall. What do you think?
Next time I have a completely fascinating post like this I will save it until the weekend, but give me a break- we have 3 days left until photos are taken for our house listing.
Just 2 steps left until we can check this Chronicle off the list!
Step 1: Move in. Put in whatever furniture we had. Hang art.
Step 2: The Craigslist deal of a lifetime. New Sectional Sofa.
Step 4: DIY remote control holder. A tiny, tiny step, but we are still calling it one.
Step 5: Should we change out the fireplace?
Step 6: The plant table and the plants
Step 7: Finishing touches
In case you can't wait the 3 steps we have left to see the finished product. Here it is:
It is birthday season!!! Happy Birthday to my GRANDMA and to Suzan!
I hope you two have spectacular birthdays!!!
ps I was still learning how to dye my hair when this photo was taken... hence the reason for the orange hair.