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So, I realized one thing while doing this next project. I'm crazy. Yep. That's it. For some reason, I have this thing of painting rooms and doing large projects while I'm super pregnant. I don't know why. I did the same thing with my first pregnancy. I guess why should this one be any different? This is the fourth room I have painted since I've been pregnant this time around. Fourth! I have to admit, I wasn't looking forward to doing this with my big 7 month preggo belly. I even tried hiring the hubs out for it, but he wouldn't take it. Luckily, it wasn't nearly as bad as I had imagined it to be :) This bathroom is super small, so that helped a lot, but the ceiling is super high. I'm not sure how a husband lets his pregnant wife teeter on a ladder and not blink twice about it, but to each their own :) lol
I've been wanting to do something with this bathroom for years now. It was just so boring...and beige. Very very beige. And since I'm pregnant, I decided to finally do something about lol ;) Cuz, why wouldn't I? To get this awesome diamond pattern look, I partnered with ScotchBlueTM Painter’s Tape.
ScotchBlueTM Painter's Tape for Delicate Surfaces with Advanced Edge-Lock™ Paint Line Protector (#2080EL) in two widths. I used 1.41" and 0.94"
Goodbye boring beige bathroom :) I think this was the last room that hadn't been touched by paint..well, I guess I have my living room...so, second to last. It's amazing I lived with it so blah for over 5 years.
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