Weekend Update



HUGE progress on the bathroom last week!!!

Andy Beachy, owner and installer at Champion Tile, installed the floor.  I know I’m going to get TONS of questions about this tile.  It is a Farmhouse Plank tile in Winterwood that my designer Julie Jersey got at Traditions in Tile in Greensboro, NC.  The moment I saw it I knew it was “the one”! I knew it would be awesome, but seeing it installed was just incredible!!

The vanity is WHITE.  Just as I wanted.  WHITE.  I ordered WHITE.  I got WHITE.


I looked every where for mirrors.  I finally decided on the hotel recessed medicine cabinets from Pottery Barn.

And I ordered WHITE.  OK, so PB’s idea of WHITE….is a very CREAMY WHITE.  UGH!


They are scheduled for install tomorrow…I just got them out of the boxes Friday after vanity was installed.

So….I broke out the white semi gloss paint leftover from the trim in the house.  It’s oil based….praying it is dry enough for install!

And while the paint was drying….I enjoyed a beautiful NC Sunday afternoon at my house


I lay in the warm grass and hung with Sweet Pearl!


3 Comments on Weekend Update

  1. Janice Hebert
    March 10, 2014 at 12:36 pm (4 years ago)

    Love, love the floor! the vanity is beautiful and I hope the paint dries on the medicine cabinets, haha. Looks like a beautiful day in North Carolina. How cute is Pearl? We had donkeys when the kids were little. Pygmy goats too. Lots of fun!

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  3. Jaclyn
    March 31, 2017 at 4:36 pm (11 months ago)

    I am running into the same issue with the Pottery Barn Recessed medicine cabinets. I love them, but they don’t match the white of my cabinets or the wainscoting. I am curious how you went about painting the medicine cabinets. Did you sand and prime prior to painting? I am afraid to ruin them because of the cost.

    Would love your help. Thanks for the post!


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