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I suppose when I got fed up with the broken towel bar and ripped it off the wall would technically mark the start of the master bathroom demo project, but in true DIY fashion, projects you think you’ve started on have a tendency to linger on as other, more important projects are underway. Like the installation of our new floors.
Now that it’s a new year, I’m determined to get this master bath something I can feel relaxed in rather than be reminded that I’m due for a Tetanus shot. Heck, I even wrote a letter to my master bath to prepare her for her makeover. I. Am. Ready.
So, I took the very first step this week and moved all the under-the-sink unmentionables to the guest bathroom.
Inexplicably, this small move has managed to keep the rest of our tiny bathroom relatively clean. As much as one with yellow vinyl flooring can look, anyway.
This weekend, I plan on taking the doors off and sanding them down to begin the (assuming) tedious process that is painting oak cabinets for a bathroom. Got any tips on primer or paint brands I should use? Wish me luck!