Sunday, February 8, 2015

Main Bathroom Reveal : White & Grey

This bathroom was in dire need of an update. It had forest green and white striped vinyl wallpaper.. It honestly looked like it had drawer liner all over the walls. We ended up hiring someone to remove all the wallpaper and prime the walls.. Sometimes it pays to hire a professional, It took the guy 4 hrs so it was well worth it for me, it would have taken weeks with a busy little one.. 

It was already peeling and was dirty .. all I wanted was a fresh WHITE bathroom..
We started with  removing the large builder vanity mirror and added this sweet round one from our previous bathroom. We changed the vanity lighting from the basic bulb strip lighting to a polished nickel Seal Harbor Vanity from Martha Stewart collection at Home Depot

These hooks were already here.. and I kind of love them.. They look vintage so they are staying ;)
Since this is going to be our Daughters bathroom.. We kept it white, with subtle touches of greys and soft pinks.
The ruffled shower curtain is just from Homesense I believe it was part of the Cynthia Rowley Bathroom collection.. It really Girly's up the room :) 
To house our daughters bath toys I use this large wooden basket.
To hold extra tissue paper I use this large ceramic bird canister.
I had this white metal grill in our previous bathroom.. But it kind of got lost on this wall alone.. The whole white on white and the scale was off. So my Mom picked up this great Vintage frame for $10 when she was garage sale-ing this summer. I just loved the size and how it was more square shaped.. Anyways I paired the wooden frame with the metal grill to frame it and love the result. 
This cute little wooden stool is our daughters.. potty training and brushing her teeth is my life now so this stool is great. Its made to look vintage but its new.
We added Beadboard wallpaper to the Vanity wall as a backdrop for the mirror.
I painted it this soft gray.. Wickham Gray by Benjamin Moore.

This is one of my favourite pieces. Its a Antique shelving display piece.. It has traveled from home to home with me. It fit this wall perfect so its here to stay. 
The soft blues in this art really go with the rest of the pastels in this room. I found the Canvas at an antique shop, and the simple white frame is from Homesense.
I replaced all Cabinet Hardware with these great Clear Glass knobs from Restoration Hardware.
Thanks for looking today.. Have a great Weekend.

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  1. that looks super great , by the way I did DIY some rope tie curtains , remember I ask you about yours from Restoration Hardware?? Here is the link to my post and thanks for inspiring me....Love your style , Christine from Little Brags

    1. Thanks Christine!! Love your style too. Your Rope tie backs look great.. totally gives the same RH look.

  2. Beautiful! Thoroughly enjoyed this reveal!