Let me just start by saying that I absolutely love my master bathroom.
It is huge. It has really high ceilings.
It has his and her sinks - his is higher and mine is lower - perfect for the Mutt and Jefferina that we are.
It has a big tub and big shower.It has a TV mounted to one wall - installed by Scott, of course! And most importantly, it has its own little water closet with door. Very important feature. Very. Ah, hem.
However, there is one glaring issue with my bathroom.
As you have undoubtedly noticed, it is covered with miles of black and green jungle-like leaf wallpaper.
Will calls it our rain forest.
Why, oh why, for the love of God, why all this wallpaper?
It is a pain.
It is a pain to put up.
It is a quadruple pain to take down.
Unfortunately, the previous owners of our home embraced wallpaper, especially in the master bathroom. Oh, how they embraced it!
Now, after seven years of bathing and dressing in the jungle, we are doing a little ecologically approved deforestation of our own!
Bring on the Dif and that little rolling, wallpaper scoring thingy. Bring on the dry wall knife thingy to scrape the wallpaper off.
It will likely take about a month for us to actually get all the wallpaper down, sand the wall behind it, apply and sand the skim coat (that we will have to do because of all this flippin' wallpaper) before we can even think about painting.
Regardless of all the work ahead of us, I am so happy that we are finally ready to score, spray, scrape and sand our way out of the jungle for good!