I'm so excited! I made it! Just barely, but still, I made it! I'm really happy that I decided to participate in One Room Challenge as a guest. It was quite the challenge and I one I never would have done on my own.
When I left off last Thursday I I had a lot to finish. And much less than a week since I was gone Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Not good timing. Also, I wanted to outsource the ceiling pendant install to the hubby but alas, that did not work out either as he has been out of town for work all week. I just couldn't catch a break. All that said, I am breathing a sigh of relief that I pulled this off.
The best part of this whole bathroom redesign? The girls absolutely love their new bathroom. For reals. All three of them have commented on it. That makes this mama's heart happy!
Here come the pictures...
I love mixing metals and think it works here. It's mostly brass with hits of chrome in the faucet and light switch covers. I like it when everything isn't match-matchy.
That light! It was so fun to make and I still can't believe that it actually WORKS!
Can we talk about the toilet paper holder! I love it so much it's insane. It's so beautiful and a steal to boot. (<<affiliate link) Plus, the girls can barely manage to change the T.P. in the powder bath downstairs because you have to LIFT A BAR. I think this gives them a chance to actually change it out. Fingers crossed.
I've had this print forever but I love it in here! I think it's by Christine Lindstrom.
The Target shower curtain was actually the jumping-off-point for the entire bathroom. I found it on clearance for $9 last spring. I love a deal! The towel hooks are vintage and I heart them. I just wish I had three of them rather than just two. Oh well. The girls will be just fine. I gave the girls the Turkish towels I bought for our bathroom. I tried to love them, I really did. But alas, I do not. I want a super plush towel when I step out of the shower and these are not that. Hopefully they like them more than I did.
The shelves are just Ikea brackets that I spray-painted gold. I simply bought a 1x8 and cut it into 20" lengths for the tops. Ta-da! Easy peasy.
Phew! That's it. I'll be back in the next couple weeks to show you a few DIYs like the ceiling pendant. Holler with any questions. I hope you enjoyed!
And if you're new here and want to catch up, here's the past five weeks:
- Week One - The Plan
- Week Two - Lighting Options
- Week Three - Painted Cabinet
- Week Four - Painted Subfloor
- Week Five - Painted Countertops
Thanks for reading.