Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Repairing the bedroom and the painting begins




Our 100 year old house needed a little face lift before the new paint went on. A nice coat of chocolate brown went on two walls and a dark taupe went on the other two. I am going to try to get the decorating done on Thursday but for today I am going to try to push everything in to position so we don't break our toes when we go to bed.

I have not decided for sure what I am going to use on the bed so I guess we will all be waiting to see that...I will let you know.

I have so much to do this week I feel a little overwhelmed. I am trying to just do one thing at a time and when that is finished I move on, but it is so hard to do when your bedroom is in a redecorating stage it seems like the rest of the house fall into confusion. What is that all about anyways?

Hopefully I will have more picks tomorrow.

9 comments:

BittersweetPunkin said...

Love the paint colors...especially the dark one! Remember to stop and take a deep breath every now and then and don't push yourself too hard!!
Stop by and see me tomorrow...
Hugs,
Robin

Priscilla said...

Chocolate brown will look great, I watched a re-design show on tv the other day and they did the bedroom chocolate, with wood furniture I thnk it was a style similer to 1940s, it did look very nice....look forward to seeing more photos soon

Priscilla x

Linda said...

Hi Dianntha, I love the your color choices. You've got the right idea...finish one thing and then on to another. I hope we see more pictures soon. Linda

Stephanie said...

I love the colors you chose. I really like browns too!! I cant wait to see more pics!
Stephanie

Cottage Contessa said...

Ooohhhhh I can't wait to see the finished photo's! Hang in there sweetie, it'll be well worth it!
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

Meggie said...

Looking good so far, Dianntha!

Cottage Contessa said...

Hi Dianntha! Sweetie, I have something for you over at my place when you get a chance to pop by! Hugs!
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

Donetta said...

I call it the bobble theory. Squeeze one end and it pops out the other.

La Dolce Vita with LeAnn said...

I can't wait to see this finished project. I love the paint colors, my hubby is a white wall man...no pazazz! So I'll just have to stop by and enjoy yours.