BATHROOM RENO - THE BIG REVEAL

THE BIG REVEAL - Come on in!

I have finally put all the finishing touches on the bathroom and am so excited to share it all with you.  Please take a moment to leave me a comment and let me know what you think or if you have any questions.  I would be happy to help out by answering any questions you might have.


Don't dream your LIFE, LIVE your dreams

I found this candle at Joann's.  The colors match and the saying for this bathroom is right on the money.  I placed this one and another matching one on the window sill to fill the space and add some color.




Here is the glass tile in all it's glory.  I'm thinking I might like this in my kitchen next!

I decided on cut crystal accents for some sparkle.



The walls are all painted a bright semi-gloss white.  The lighting in here made it really hard to photograph.


I used aqua as an accent color.  I purchased two shower curtains that were a double layer of aqua and brown and I made a window curtain from one of them.  I used a bracelet I purchased at Michael's as a tie back to cover the twist tie I used as a way to gather the top layer.
I found this set of three pictures at Joann's.  They are the perfect color and have a mirrored background.

So, I placed some small round mirrors to "mirror" the effect of the artwork and bring some sparkle to the window wall which you see as soon as you walk in the door.

The shower curtain closed.  I need to replace the matching hooks I bought, they keep falling off.

Shower curtain opened to show tub and shower.


This brings us around to the last wall.  I like to keep my robe on a hanger instead of just on a hook, I think it looks so much more inviting.
We replaced this door entirely, which lead me to want to replace all the doors in the house.  
Stay tuned for that one!

Here are some BEFORE photos.  Whaddya think?  Please leave click on comment and let me know.




Now on to organizing the inside of the cabinets, drawers and closets.

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14 LEAVE A COMMENT PLEASE:

A little bit about Walt said...

I never realized how ugly our old bathroom was. When something broke, you couldn't get the same ugly pink. So the sink was salmon, toilet black, and tub and walls pink. UGHHH

Unknown said...

Looks great! What a transformation

Bonnie said...

Holy Cow!!! What a transformation ......... great job.

Sarah said...

Wow total transformation! I couldn't hardly tell it was the same bathroom. Great job!

Denisemohr said...

Wow, you did a wonderful job. I redid my bath a year ago in January and then redid my husbands. What fun is that.
I love how you have done yours...beautiful!

Jennifer Earley said...

Holey Moley! What a completely different bathroom. I love it now, not so much beore :)

Anonymous said...

I love your new bathroom, very elegant and you must be thrilled.

Shelley said...

Wow - your new bathroom is gorgeous! Congratulations!

mariane said...

Wonderful job on the remodel. Beautiful accessory colors too.
I've heard designers complain about "white" but I tell you it is the most versatile color for the walls and fixtures and any color accessories go with it.
I'm wanting to do mine now. You've inspired me. ;o)

frankle said...

Nice job and great color combination i appreciate your work. Bathroom renovation

Karen said...

Awesome job! Love the choices you made on colors and fixtures. Great job. You have an eye for decorating!

Karen said...

Awesome job! Love the choices you made on colors and fixtures. Great job. You have an eye for decorating!

Mick said...

Wow! That's a lot of effort in one room!
Just a question...
Is that vanity custom made or off the showroom floor? And where from, please.

Congrats on a job well done.

Cheers
Mick

Karen Prusiewicz said...

Mick: The vanity was off the floor. Had to order it, but it is from Menard's.

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