|I think I may need a step stool to get in bed, Fitzroy!|
|Hayden demonstrates the working of the bins.|
So Katie and Hayden will be getting a real bathroom wall, which was already sort of scheduled to happen because Home Depot put its sheets of quasi-miniature faux subway tile on sale at a price where I can finally afford to do the gals' bathroom the way I'd originally wanted to.
The wall that the bed now faces will get fake sliding closet doors... which means I need more foam core and more trim. If Amazon had a subscription plan that just delivered foam core, trim, tacky glue, foam paint brushes, and a surprise pack of fat quarters every month, I'd be signing up for Prime as we speak.
|Oops. This is not a comfortable position for reading.|
The bed also needs a new mattress, more streamlined linens, and a matching panel on the headboard to hide infelicities related to bumpiness from deciding the headboard was too short and extending it... but after obsessing over fabric in a futile way, I decided it was time to declare victory, clean off the kitchen counter, and let the problem simmer.
|Fitzroy, it seems like every project leads to another project!|
|Mila warms her toes by the bedroom fire.|
Although the next two weeks are going to be devoted to sewing for the multitudes, starting with finishing Cloe's new outfit, when I was in bed-linen-avoidance-dithering mode, I got the itch to do something about Katie and Hayden's dishes.
|It looks like somebody stacked their Pyrex. Oops.|
So I decided to see if pure acetone would take the rest of the paint off.