We’re slowly working our way out of the finished master closet and into the dreaded master bath. Before we can get to the fun part, we have take care of a few nitty gritty tasks in this room. First on my list was to paint the wood-trimmed doorway separating the bath and closet. This post only deserves 1/2 a “Phase” as you’ll notice in the title because it’s nothing revolutionary or ingenious – it just had to be done. 🙂
Here’s the doorway with the door removed and the hinge holes filled.
After some sanding, primer, and caulk, here’s how she looked.
(Yes, that’s gray caulk – our white was dried up and I didn’t realize it until I had my painting clothes on!)
And here’s the finished product, two coats of glossy white later.
(I think that’s just a shadow where the corner of the doorway was caulked with gray. Let me run and check… Yep! Just a shadow!)
Like I said, nothing revolutionary, but it had to be done! I can already tell this room is going to be interesting to photograph. We are not one of those homes blessed with natural light in our bathrooms. Any tips on low-light photography in small spaces? Other than “get a new camera?” 🙂
Thanks for reading, and come back tomorrow to see how I took advantage of our 71 degree weather!