Guys! It’s reveal week of the One Room Challenge and I’m happy to say that for the first time I actually finished on time!
I’m so excited to show you this bathroom transformation, but first let’s take a look at the before shots:
I am sooo happy with this space! The shiplap was a lot of fun to install and gives the room a lot of personality. I hope Joanna Gaines would be proud 😉
I replaced the huge builder mirror with a smaller framed one and mum found this nautical style light fixture on clearance at Lowes. Because this bathroom also has the jetted tub I think the bench helps give it a spa feel .
Can we also talk about this rug? A totally fluke find at our local HomeSense – it perfectly matches the teal vanity and coral towels we bought! Speaking of which…do you remember what the vanity looked like before??
Bam! This is totally worth all the time it took to adapt. DIY drawers & doors give it a some much-needed personality and the plank wood countertop adds warmth. Mum has also pointed out that the sink is perfect for baby baths because the faucet swivels out of the way….no babies quite yet though…sorry mum.
Dividing the two sides of the vanity into drawers & open cubbies has also increased the amount of efficient storage.
The shelving unit we had above the toilet has stayed and provides even more storage!
Unfortunately, the glass shower doors we bought did not work with our bathtub out of the box. We’ve had to come up with a solution with our installer so they won’t be in for a week or two.
Thanks so much for following along with my One Room Challenge bathroom makeover! Don’t forget to check out all the other reveals this week on Calling it Home!
Vanity Paint: Benjamin Moore Advance Pearl in
Cup Pulls: Hickory Hardware Williamsburg
Rug: HomeSense (similar, similar)
Crates: HomeSense (similar)
Light fixture: Lowes Canada (similar)
Storage Unit: Ikea
Sink: American Standard Loft
Glass Accessories: HomeSense (similar | similar)
Moen Sage Accessories: Robe/Towel Hooks | Toilet Paper Holder
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