Friday, April 5, 2013

To Paint or Not to Paint?

While my Physical Therapist is making me swear off heavy lifting (as well as standing too long, sitting too long, and just about everything else) we are still managing to make some progress on our bathroom renovation. This weekend we are planning on working on plumbing so one significant step had to be made- the sink.

Namely pipe placement. Of course that brought up a whole new issue so, I come to you for advice. I took my $30 vessel sink, my $9 sewing table and my $60 faucet and put them all together.

Do I paint it the original Emerald I was thinking (from this inspiration), do I leave it as-is color wise, or do I stain it darker? Or something else?

So, what do you think? I'd love to get your input!


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1 comment:

  1. If you're really not sure, stain it first and if you don't like it, paint it. It's hard to go backwards if you paint it first. They're both good ideas, I think it just depends on whether you want the vanity to be the focus of the room. If you do, paint it. If you don't, stain it.