A place of rest.

As I’ve mentioned many times before, we had an electrician doing some work at our house over the last few weeks. Reason why this man is fantastic: he comes between the hours of 1-4, does a bit of work, and charges us a ridiculously low hourly fee. I mean, really low. He takes his time to get things done (and does them right), but in the end, I’d say it’s worth it. So one of the [electrical] issues in the house was that the hall bathroom had one single light fixture that spanned the width of a 48″ vanity. This light fixture contained one fluorescent tube and also housed the room’s only outlet. That only worked when the light was turned on. Behold: the Before.hall_bathroom

Before_1So after we decided the room would receive approximately one outlet and two light fixtures, we removed the ginormous mirror. To be greeted with this.   Pink WallThis was a popular color throughout our house. Much to my dismay. But, really, no big deal. After a few rounds of spackle and paint, we arrived at the point where the mirror would be re-hung, albeit framed, and have two separate light fixtures hung above each faucet. Yay. (Yes, those bulbs will be changed out eventually. It’s like a lady with her slip hanging out of her skirt. Aka, INAPPROPRIATE!!)New LightsThen we got crazy. I painted the ceiling, the trim, and (duh) the walls. Then J got even crazier and built me a frame for the mirror (out of leftover pallet wood) and wall shelves to go above the toilet. Seriously, this man knows the way to my heart. (Building things>flowers)Mirror_finishedToiletArea_ShelvesBut. Let’s allow Ringo to show us how this turned out.RingoBathroomViewToHallwayAlso, please vote for us (and share your vote on Facebook!!)! We’re trying to win a new floor for the kitchen… It could use some assistance! You can vote once a day until the contest closes– https://www.facebook.com/ImpressionsHardwoodCollection/app_448952861833126

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