When we bought our house, we knew that it was going to need a lot of work. Almost every room had wallpaper, dated gold fixtures and ugliness.
But with both of us working more than full-time and having two small children, we also knew things weren’t going to happen overnight.
This bathroom review is six months in the making – more if you count the wallpaper stripping that I did first.
First, some crummy before pictures so you can get an idea of what it looked like. I wish I would have taken more, but I definitely think you will get a sense of the ugly.
In September you might remember that we had contractors come in and do a bunch of work on several rooms – including this bathroom. They knocked out the wall, removed the flooring, sink, light and toilet, and put all new in. It was awesome.
Here is our newly remodeled bathroom!
The Devine Color paint (Guanabana) is soothing and tranquil. I have never used such a fantastic paint. It goes on like velvet.
Hanging the baskets on the wall was an idea I found on Pinterest. They were the missing element that really completed the room.
Is it silly to say that this bathroom is one of my favorite rooms in our house? Because it really is. I am so glad that this is one of the first big projects we tackled because it made such a difference on the whole feel of our upstairs.
Sink, toilet and mirror: Home Depot
Tile for floor: Home Depot
Light: Martha Stewart (Essex Outlet)
Faucet and accessories: Moen (Sage)
Paint: Devine Color paint (Guanabana)
Shower curtain: Esprit Spice
Decor in Baskets: Target clearance (Valentine’s 90% off)
Adeline picture: PhotoBarn
Hand Soap: Honest Company
What do you think?
Disclosure: A huge thank you to Moen who not only provided the incredible faucet and accessories and Devine Color who provided the paint, but for their patience on this project! I am so grateful to have the opportunity to work with such awesome companies who get it. More on their great products Monday, as well as how I selected everything.