I have been waffling over using bead board, or one wall in rustic wood planks, and even board and batten. Since I have been having so much trouble deciding (and have other projects in need of funds) I am going to go ahead and give the room a fresh new colour and live with it for awhile. The faucet needs replaced and I may move the light to our upstairs hallway if I can find one I like.
In this before photo you can see the first coat of fresh ceiling paint but not the nicks and holes in the drywall from lots of
After work this week I have spent a few hours picking up supplies, patching and sanding nicks and screw holes, and giving the ceiling a second coat of white ceiling paint. Today I will start painting the trim and door with Ben Moore Snowfall White (our trim paint colour throughout our home.) Then it will be time to paint the walls. I can hardly wait to see the new colour on the walls. The reveal will be a bit because I need to still find a few items and figure out how to trim out the plain builder mirror.