I've been working on the kitchen as far as painting and getting it completed since all of my bathroom walls still aren't up as of yet. To me, the kitchen and the bathroom is the most important then the rest will fall in line behind those things. I must say though, it's unnerving to not have one room that's finished. Just that one place where you feel like it's right, that one place where you can relax. I don't have that yet and am trying so hard. Then, however in the middle of the kitchen work, I realized I needed to start working on the scraping and painting of the front windows in the house because the weather won't be this lovely for long, then it will be way too cold to work out there. At that point, the interior will have my full attention.
So, I started working on the front picture window that's in the living room, just the exterior. Here's a before photo of it, though please bear in mind it was much much MUCH worse than the photo depicts:
And, what it looks like now, after 2 days of scraping old paint (all around it, not just what you can see in the above pic) then painting it and finally what it looks like now:
This beautiful baby was scraped, primed, painted, caulked and any mistakes were scraped off afterwards.
It tickles me when someone stops by here and thinks it's a brand new window. There are plenty of flaws still in it and I see every one of them but it honestly does look new from the front walk. I have to say I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. :)