We made HUGE progress in this room. I seriously can't believe how it went from looking like a major construction zone Friday morning to feeling like a real bathroom by Monday night. There was lots of laboring over Labor Day weekend.
Here is what we had Friday.
I haven't had much time to work in there this week but the plan is to get the tile caulked and faucets and sinks installed over the weekend.
(HUGE SIGH) I am having some finishing problems with the two navy dressers I have been working on for my mom. It is extremely frustrating. This is not my first, second or third project and I am using the same products I usually do so it is annoying when products act weird. There is a chance it was the heat and/or humidity but that is something I always have to deal with so I really don't think that is it. Those dressers should have gone home at the beginning of the week and yet, they are still in my shop. On top of that, I am trying to finish up some client pieces that need to go home early next week. I am feeling a lot of stress and pressure to get things done quick and my products (and weather) are making it hard.
I know I will get it done. It just gives me anxiety when I get so close to or go over my completion dates. I like to stay on schedule.
Earlier this week I shared our master bedroom dresser and was supposed to share our end tables' makeover yesterday. Well, I didn't. Things were just too busy (and I was too exhausted) to finish the post. Sorry. I hope to get to it this weekend and share first thing next week.
Here are the master bedroom dresser before and after shots.
We have tons of stuff going on right now. The bathroom remodel. Our side yard was tore out earlier this week to prep for our flagstone/pebble patio but it has rained all week (pouring right now...so bad the dogs stepped out to see the crazy wind and rain then turned around to come back in) and we have a muddy mess. The other business (tell you more about that soon) has had a big week, exciting week but it has taken up a lot of my time. Furniture projects in the shop. Things are busy, busy.
SIDE NOTE: I can't believe it has been 14 years since the tragedy of 9/11. That day is imprinted in my brain. I was standing in my College Station apartment getting ready for speech class, watching the Today Show. Then everything changed. I skipped school that day. I couldn't tear myself away from the TV. By the weekend A&M had organanized all kinds of tributes to be done during the football game. It still amazes me that in a few short days this was organized. (I am in the red section).
Please thank your first responders and service men/women. It is free and easy and it does make a difference in their day.
Have a great weekend!
Have a great weekend!