Home Improvement

Spare Room Decoration

Since migrating to Instagram with all updates, the blog has been neglected. But in case you haven’t been kept up to date, view more recent updates at the link below and don’t forget to follow!https://www.instagram.com/georgianrenovation/The small bedroom upstairs in the return had been put on the long finger for some time, so it was time to get the joinery finished and get the room decorated.This was the original Victorian architrave which was removed some 5 years ago when renovations started. It had to be altered slightly as the doorway has shifted about 20cm to the left to make way for the small toilet on the right of the opening:The door on the right is the new small WC. This was originally the hot press with the hot water cylinder:The original Victorian door was stripped, sanded and primed, then rehung:This is the new door I had made to match the original beside it:I then began painting the inside using two of Colourtrends paints. I love this light pastel green:This skirting was repurposed from elsewhere in the house, I believe it was in one of the usptairs rooms. It’s quite a bit later than the original house, likely 1900 or so:I choose to paint the ceiling the same colour as the walls seeing as it’s at such a low level:The window required a lot of work, it’s now fully restored. I then set about getting these wall lights rigged up:

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