More updating [Filler]

Powder room vanity. This is an experiment of sorts. Clare wants to see if what she does to this vanity can be duplicated with the kitchen cabinets. We'll see. This is a primer coat before painting. My duties: replace all the gold-colored hardware with the brushed nickel we bought over the weekend.

Update: The light fixture we chose didn't work with the 3'-by-3' mirror that's glued to the wall. Sigh. New fixture selection required as we're not ready to remove the mirror: we probably don't have enough leftover paint to paint the bare drywall behind this mirror. Even though I would like to replace the square mirror with an oval framed mirror. When we tire of the paint color…

1 year ago (“9 days in a row!”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2016-06-18
2 years ago (“Work begins!!”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2015-06-18
3 years ago (“10–15 mph winds around the points…”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2014-06-18
4 years ago (“Grace”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2013-06-18
5 years ago (“No nectar, but don’t I look pretty against the green?”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2012-06-18
6 years ago (“Broaden your palate, friend!”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2011-06-18

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It's amazing how many decisions remodeling entails. My mother had a philosophy: never buy a new wastepaper basket for the bathroom--the implication is that one thing leads to another. Another gem of wisdom: while you're ironing, plan the perfect party in your mind, but don't pick up the phone to actually invite anyone.
posted September 19th, 2017  
@janeandcharlie We call it the "snowball effect" because one thing *does* lead to another!! Aha -- another!! "Slowly step away from the phone..."
posted September 19th, 2017  
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