Well, its been 6 weeks in the making… Today I am excited (and honestly relieved- this room was a lot of work!) to share with you my bathroom reveal from the One Room Challenge!!!
Are you ready for this?! If you need to catch up, here are the links to week 6, week 5, week 4, week 3, week 2 and week 1. Let’s start with the before… Lots of black, the ugliest floors, a scratched up vanity:
And here is the after (!!!):
The vanity from Overstock is one of the first thing that went in the space. I’m loving the extra storage and that marble top is to die for!The big look in this room is definitely the wallpaper. The modern floral is fun and brings in the pink I love in every room. It is temporary wallpaper (like a big sticker) so it’ll come off nicely if I ever tire of it. Note, this wallpaper only comes in small 48″ long pieces. It’s perfect if you are only doing the top or bottom half of a wall.
The subway tile is one of my favorite elements. It is subtle, classic, and upscale. And so much work to install! The subway tile it topped with a simple pencil tile. I was going to use a chair rail tile, but this more modern and streamlined look worked out better. Bless my husband’s heart for laying tile every spare minute he had. It is stunning!
To the right of the vanity is the toilet. I love the traditional lines of this toilet! I know it sounds funny, but it really is pretty. It came with a chrome handle that we switched out for a brass one that matches the faucet on the sink. It’s all in the details!
Above the toilet, I hung a simple brass and acrylic wall shelf. I tried to keep the art (all from Minted) more subtle to not fight with the wallpaper.
For the shower curtain, I again wanted something subtle with beautiful details. I went with this pink French tassel shower curtain that I think is just perfect (plus it is on sale, so you’ve got to love that)! It is hung on a brass curtain rod from Overstock.
And now, let’s talk about the floors! I choose a hex tile with a flower pattern. I love it! It was a pain to install (just being honest!), but I think it adds a lot of character.
I wanted to add some wood elements into the bathroom to warm it up. This wood stool is surprisingly rustic for the space, but I really think it adds the perfect texture to the white floors and walls. I made the tray in the bathtub, so stay tuned for a super simple DIY for that! The tray really elevates my bath time. Now I have somewhere for my book/tablet to watch a show- it’s amazing!
The tile in the shower used to stop a few feet short of the ceiling. Now, it goes all the way to the ceiling and it makes them look so much taller!
One of my favorite details of the room is the little cove we added with 2×4’s and corbels. Because the shower walls aren’t flush with the rest of the walls (since there is cement board behind the shower tile), we needed a way to break up the shower from the rest of the bathroom. This worked perfectly!
Our old shower tiles were stained, and the tub was so dirty. I’m embarrassed to even talk about it! But, man, is the after worth it!
To say we are enjoying it is an underestimate!
Alright, next to the shower I hung three hooks. This is where we put our robes/towels for easy access right out of the shower. I love how the wallpaper looks next to the subway tile! For anyone wondering, I used the grout color “warm grey” from Mapei.
On the wall next to the vanity, is where our towels hang on a gorgeous brass towel bar from Overstock. I think all of the brass fixtures look so pretty with the hints of yellow in the wallpaper!
That’s the full reveal! What is your favorite part? I love all of the subway tile, the floors, the wallpaper. Maybe I’m biased ;)! Thank you to Overstock for sending over most of the items I used in this room. There is no way I could have done such a pretty remodel without them! I am still blown away at how many beautiful products they have on their site, plus they are super affordable (which I love and appreciate).
Thank you SO much to lindsaysalazar.com for coming out to take the most gorgeous photos for me! She captured it in a way I couldn’t (you’ve got to love a small room with no windows)!
And just for fun, let’s revisit the before and after once more!
get the look
So satisfying! And if you’d like to get the look, here are the links to everything used in the room:
1 Pencil Tile / 2 Subway Tile / 3 Toilet Paper Holder / 4 Door Art / 5 Mirror / 6 Sconce / 7 Toilet / 8 Faucet / 9 Brass Toilet Lever / 10 Wallpaper / 11 Shower Curtain / 12 Wall Shelf / 13 Towel Bar / 14 Abstract Art / 15 Towels / 16 Wood Stool / 17 Vanity / 18 Shower Curtain Rod and Brackets / 19 Pink Fouta Towel / 20 Rain Drops Art / 21 Towel Ring / 22 Hex Floor Tile
Thank you to Apartment Therapy for featuring my bathroom makeover on your site! You can read that article here.
Thank you to HGTV Magazine for featuring my bathroom in your March 2019 issue! You can read that article here.
Also, thank you to The Spruce for featuring this room on their site as well. You can read that here.
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