It's another beautiful fall day in mid-MO with sunny skies and warm temps. A great day for the Royal Celebration Parade in KC. My son and his girlfriend will be there to cheer the 2015 World Series Champions. I requested some photos since I couldn't go.
The bathroom project is still ongoing at my house. This carpenter seems to be slow, but he's particular and that's all good. The table and floor is covered with boxes of tile and various stuff for this project. Stormy likes to keep on top of everything. :)
Why do there have to be so many paint samples to choose from? It's just mind-boggling! I've about decided against the light aqua for the bathroom. The teal blue color pictured above was in the condo we stayed in at Branson a couple of years ago. I fell in love with the color. If I can find something close to this, I think this will look good in my bathroom. The color just below and right of the clock around the light switch is the closest to the true color.
When I can sit down without a couple of kitties on my lap, I get online and look for things we need such as the polyurethane for the floors at The Project. I found what we wanted at Menards and their online site said they had 5 gallons left. Just what we needed. It sure saves some steps to know which home center has what and if it is in stock.
The floors at The Project were sanded over the weekend. This is a before shot of the hardwood floor in the kitchen. This is also before the gas cook stove was removed and the ceiling fan was replaced with a simple light fixture. Also, the wall on the left side was repaired and everything is almost ready for paint in that room.
This is the same floor looking in from the deck with one coat of polyurethane on it. I was amazed at how the sander made the wood look like brand new. The floors have gotten 2 coats of polyurethane and will get a couple more. We wanted to get the painting done before the floors were finished, but it didn't work out. They can be covered with some good drop cloths.
Hubby still has some wiring to do at that house. There is one situation that is really bugging him. A switch in the living room that operates the ceiling fan stays hot even when the main breaker is turned off. He hasn't solved that mystery yet.
That's all for now folks. Have a lovely day!