Even though it is bedtime and I am thoroughly EXHAUSTED, I would much rather stay awake and think about my subfloors.
Subfloors are a very important subject in my life right now. More important than…well, more important than a good night’s sleep, apparently.
In case you didn’t know, I’ma gonna paint mah subfloors.
Mah PLYWOOD subfloors, that is!
Even though I am psyched about the undertaking, I’ve been getting nothing but raised eyebrows from people after they hear of my idea..
“Let me get this straight,” the listener usually begins, “you are going to paint your plywood subfloors? Can you even do that? Will it work? Is it durable? I’m thinking you can’t do that and that it won’t work and that it won’t be durable.”
Thankfully I am a stubborn and disillusioned woman because in my heart and mind, I say it CAN be done and it SHALL be done…even if only 2 people in the whole wide world have had success with the project.
Luckily for me, I have found more than two!! Check these floors out:
I am without speech.
The checkerboard pattern looks totally fun for my kitchen but as for the rest of the first floor, I’m thinking plain white will look just mahhhhvelous. As for the pretty pattern above, I might consider this for an upstairs bedroom.
So there you have it: PROOF that painting a plywood subfloor CAN be done!!
And it SHALL be done.
Now…how to keep the cats off of the drying paint…..