The wallpaper border was removed. I have never been so happy to see that gone!
The mess is finally all cleaned up.
Are you ready for the new and I hope much improved look?
I know you're heart is racing!
There is no easy way to take pictures of this itty bitty room, but here are the ones I got.
Alright we are walking up to it.
Alright we are in.
Red checked rug from Pottery Barn on sale.
I decided to use a stool as a side table for the soap and hand towels for a farm house look.
Little plate from antique store used as soap dish.
New aged finish on mirror.
Using the Pottery Barn burlap lined basket as a wastebasket. I already owned this.
New bronze faucet from overstock.com.
Hope it is okay to have a picture of something edible in the bathroom.
My favorite painting had to go somewhere and I love the pop of red here.
Mr. Savvy took the brass t.p. holder and the toilet handle and used his bead blaster and removed the shiny finish and spray painted them with ORB. They are just like the store bought finish. Sometimes the car hobby garage comes in handy. He also did the hinges on the door.
I painted both light fixtures in ASCP Old White.
If you look closely you will see that I painted the center of the medallion in ASCP Paris Gray.
I like this much better than the original crackle finish that was on these.
Mr. Piggy moved in here.
Believe me when I say there was much fussing putting this sink back in and trying to get it straight, but
we lived through it.
The beadboard was hung at 2/3 high in the room. I like it high. This room actually feels bigger now.
I will share details on the stool and mirror transformations soon.
Faucet....Fontaine Diamani widespread oil rubbed bronze $127.99 plus free shipping
Pottery Barn rug $39.99
Benjamin Moore Wyeth Blue paint above beadboard in matte $44.99
Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace paint on trim and beadboard...already had.
2 rolls beadboard wallpaper $19.99 each
Trim above beadboard wallpaper under $50.
Have a super week!
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Post edit: this room is featured in the June 2012 Cottages and Bungalows magazine.