The master bath is really coming together this week. Great advancements were made with selecting our new paint color, and painting the room. I chose to move forward with Benjamin Moore's Wedgewood Gray HC-146. I wanted a moody blue gray with a bit of depth to it so that the room would not be washed out by all the white cabinets, white doors, white molding, white cermanic tile, and then now the newly installed creamy/tannish marble flooring. I went with an eggshell finish in the Eco-Spec line as this is their no VOC paint. The ceiling is painted Benjamin Moore Decorator's White in eggshell (Eco-Spec), and the molding is Benjamin Moore Decorator's White in semi-gloss (Regal line).
Before we could get the paint on the wall, the walls needed quite a bit of work. The previous owners had painted this room themselves, and let's just say they did not give the TLC it needed. Dried paint drips were plentiful as well as brush marks. Therefore, we spent lots of time sanding and prepping the walls. There were also the huge holes in the walls where the old brass Hollywood lights were located. So after about four hours of prepping the walls, we were able to paint.
I hope the above photos curb your enthusiasm for the final reveal coming in the next week. I am just so excited to finally be able to use this bathroom again. It has been about two weeks of showering in the basement bathroom which isn't all bad, but that extra flight a stairs when you are pregnant can be a bit annoying at times.
Paint Colors: Wall- Benjamin Moore- Wedgewood Gray eggshell finish-Eco Spec; Ceiling- Benjamin Moore- Decorator's White eggshell finish- Eco Spec; Molding- Benjamin Moore- Decorator's White semi-gloss- Regal line.