Thursdays and Fridays used to be my jam. Then, I had three kids. And left the 9-5 grind. Meaning every day can either feel like a Monday or a Saturday, depending on how crazy the kids are or how heavy the workload is. With the advent of current technology, an office in pretty much every home, and trying to do more in less time, the expectation is that we are always “on” and ready for more. I know I’m not alone in this, but it always causes me to SCRAMBLE come Friday afternoons. Reviewing what has happened (or…not happened) during the week and planning for the next.
I was excited to start a cabinet hardware project this week and will share the before and after photos in a blog post just as soon as it’s complete. This project, like every other, included several lessons. I’m definitely eating a bit of crow over here; surely you can’t wait to hear all about it…
My plan designer is almost done with the prints for the new build in Quail Valley but we are at a bit of an impasse. The master bath can be drawn with or without a corner soaker tub and everybody has a (differing) opinion. After building a house without a tub in the master bath and watching it sit on the market for too long, I’m pretty unwilling to omit it in this case. Several realtors have assured me it’s not a big deal, as there is a tub in the secondary bath on the same level but I’m not sure. The room is much more spacious without the tub, and it is one less to clean if you’re an optimist like me. If you have any thoughts on this dilemma, I would be grateful for your opinion.
Finally, I’ve been trying to track down paint chips from the now defunct Martha Stewart line. The paint codes are tough to come by so an actual color to match from a chip seems to be my only option. I have ventured to eBay in hopes of finding somebody willing to part with theirs to no avail. I’m guessing that there are two types of people – the kind that throw away paint chips once they are done with them, and those who cling to them forever. If you have a line on any I would appreciate your help. Gosh, those shades are beautiful!
If you’re interested in a hardware installation yourself, or would like further info on the new home I’m building in Quail Valley please call, email, or text. If these colors by Martha have you coveting a new paint job, we would be happy to help with that as well.
May your weekend be filled with everything you love. I’m looking forward to basketball playoffs, (lots of) coffee, and landscape cleanup with my three helpers. Enjoy!