I'm so excited to share all the changes we've made to our bathroom. I've taken oodles of photos to share and I apologize for that right off, I'm just so excited!
The goal for this small, windowless room was to replace outdated fixtures and to give the space a clean, crisp look.
The room looked like this when I started.
The wall color was too bright, the flooring was cracked and peeling, the light fixture was UGLY and the faucet was worse.
The first thing I did was paint the walls with a creamy white color called Milk Paint and give the ceiling a new coat of crisp white paint. Then hubby installed the new lighting and the faucet. The next step was Pergo flooring, which we had installed.
The result is a bright, airy space which I love.
The new faucet looks like this.
And the lighting looks like this.
I installed new towel hooks. . .
and thought new curtain hooks were in order also. I picked pretty new ones from the Shabby Chic line at Target. The shower curtain I've had for a year and still love the ruffles.
Outlet covers were replaced with basic wood covers which I painted to match the walls and then distressed (I talked more about these here). I like the way they blend into the wall more than a normal outlet cover would. Plus they look much more pretty than plastic ones ever could.
On the other side, a simple bud vase is used to hold toothbrushes.
On the small wall by the door I placed gentle reminder to the girls
(more on the sign here).
A favorite feature of the bathroom are the shelves I installed a while back. All the display space and storage has been a welcomed addition. Plus it puts the awkward unusable space to good use.
With simplicity in mind, I made sure to keep the two bottom shelves kid friendly yet pretty.
The first shelf holds bathroom essentials.
The second shelf holds kid hair accessories and combs. I hung my abstract painting (more here) above the shelf to add a little color.
The third shelf holds more bathroom essentials in pretty containers. To add a more color I hung a framed vintage postcard above the shelf.
A pretty glass creamer helps keep items organized.
A collection of clocks sit in front of a mirror. . .
. . . painted with my accent color of Light French Grey.
The top shelf holds a pair of footed bowls and my favorite blue train case.
Hope you enjoyed the tour,
I'll be stopping by here . . .