I didn’t bust a mirror, but, pretty much ruined it. I tried something fancy with the frame and Yuck! It did not turn out well. Plus, the sprinkler hitting it every day for a week probably didn’t help it either. I wonder who did that? Hummm…I’ll give you one guess.
It started out green, so, it’s an improvement I think (if you don’t like green, patina frames, of course). This mirror came out the guest bathroom. For such a small space, it has taken me a long time to finish!
First I took the door off…all the contractors LOVED that because that was the only bathroom we had working for a while. Then, I painted it. Have to admit, probably not the best paint job I’ve ever completed. Where ceiling and walls meet is not my specialty. But, I did my best trying to fix it and it looks better. Plus, once things slow down, I’d like to put crown in there, so it will hide my mistakes.
Then, I took the door handles off so I could paint them oil rubbed bronze. Kelsey didn’t know that you couldn’t open the door easily without the handle and locked herself in there. I really didn’t know how I was going to get her out. It’s a ranch, so she could have opened a window and got out the front. I didn’t think of that right then. It’s that mom instinct to get the child out! She was in no danger at all. As a matter of fact, she was completely fine with the whole thing. Not bothered. But, not a good feeling when Steve called out and said “Mom, you’d better come here…..Kelsey can’t get out of the bathroom.” That’s truly a sentence I never thought I would hear. But nothing is surprising any more.
So, it’s finished. Found a mirror. I put up some pictures and fixed the towel holder.
The guest bathroom is ready for guests. And family members of course!