OK, don't laugh.
Benjamin Moore's Kensington Blue for the base color and
BM Edgecomb Gray (from a previous Pottery Barn collection as well!)
I removed the old knobs, filled the holes with wood putty and sanded when dry.
Ready for the primer coat.
Did you know it's ok to use a white primer
even if you plan to paint a dark color? It is. Yay, I already have white primer. No need to race out to the paint store.
You might notice there are some white spots on the drawer fronts and on the top as well. Those places are going to be the Edgecomb Gray. Hopefully I get a picture of the finished dresser in better light (and not against the blue tarp!)
Since I had my painting clothes on and a wet white primer brush and roller...I figured I'd hop on into the master bath and give the wainscoting a primer coat.
While trying to paint behind the toilet, trying to ignore the fact that it's probably overdue for a cleaning, my brush slipped a few times and gave me a CRAZY idea. The toilet is the only thing we didn't replace in the remodel. Money is tight and the toilet is a Toto.
But it's almond, not white. I really want a white toilet. But when my brush hit the toilet a few times, quite by accident, I realized,
I COULD PAINT THE TOILET WHITE!
Have you ever done that?
Is it possible?
Am I CRAZY?