Wallpaper might not be everyone's taste, but the graphic designer in me loves the stuff... Unfortunately I'm a graphic designer with an exceptionally short attention span and worry how long it would take me to get sick of. So my logical self is yelling "don't do it!!!"
Doesn't mean I have to stop looking does it?
Here would be the choices for the bedroom (I'm going for a beige, white, chocolate and turquoise scheme for the house).
Another week has gone by and more work has been done on the house, it's exciting to see the progress - although it does seem so much slower than the first few weeks where any progress seemed like a massive step.
The tiling is pretty much complete and on the whole I like the selections. Aside from the ensuite splashback tile which is a different tone to the one I originally chose - it's much a much warmer brown than the mocha tiles used everywhere else. My only complaints regarding my colour selections are the front door colour (easily fixable) and these tiles (which aren't so bad and I can live with) so in the scheme of things I'm doing pretty well - I just hope I like the splashback colour.
All the cabinetry and interior closet fitouts have been done including my walk in wardrobe. I can't wait to have somewhere to hang all my clothes (the majority of my clothes are currently in storage boxes while I'm at my parents) and somewhere for my shoes to live.
Kitchen now has the benchtops installed...
Espresso Ligna on Mocha Luxe tiles
My bedroom has a lovely view of a toilet
A very neat tiling job on the base of the shower
The tiles I'm not such a fan of - although I have to admit they look a lot worse here
This tile I really like - I should have done both bathrooms in it
I was locked out last week... so I couldn't see what was happening in the house. This week I had a painter on site who let me have a quick look around as he was cutting in the edges of the paint work. I'm loving the white duck 1/2... it's still nice and bright but gives the room some depth without being too yellow. The photos don't do it justice. I can't wait to see how it looks with the mocha floor tiles.
Unfortunately my choice in door colour is not so good - I'm not sure what's wrong with it but it has a really strong purple undertone on a beige base... it's going to be the first thing I change once I move in. I really should have gone with something like Jasper which was my original choice but which I managed to get talked out of for some reason (reasons which I can't remember).
This weeks progress also includes the benchtops in the kitchen... The ice snow ceasarstone has always been one of my favourites - white with just enough texture in it to make it look interesting. The white really lifts what could be a very dark kitchen.