I’m excited to share our renovated bathroom today!
If you’ve seen our kitchen reveal, you’ll probably notice I love white and green!
This trend continues in the bathroom:
Here’s the before:
Moving existing plumbing was out of our price range, so we got creative in thinking about how to add more counter space.
We removed the original linen closet next to the tub, turning the top half into open shelving. We gave up the storage space in the bottom half of the original closet so we could put a vanity there. Since the vanity was adding storage, giving up the original storage didn’t really matter.
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These baskets are perfect for holding (and hiding) extra towels and toiletries.
We bought a basket for tissues, too – it’s the perfect size!
Target was also the perfect place to look for bathroom mirrors! I love the beading along the edge.
I LOVE having two vanities. I’m really glad we didn’t put a sink in the second vanity. It’s wonderful to have the extra counter space.
Definitely something to keep in mind if you fall in love with a vanity but don’t like the hardware it comes with – it’s easy to switch it out for a look you love!
The new hardware matches the towel bars, towel hooks and shower bar (all from Lowe’s) to create a cohesive look. I love the clean look of these pieces!
I love the white subway tile in the tub. And the green tile border adds just enough color without going overboard.
The shower curtain is from TJ Maxx. I don’t often decorate with blue, but I love the soft green and blue pattern here.
The shower curtain ties in nicely with the wall color (Ryegrass green from Sherwin Williams). I’m a big fan of neutral walls in most rooms, but I love adding some color to the walls in smaller spaces like the bathroom.
We love how this room turned out! It’s so bright and welcoming. It’s nice getting ready in here every morning!
You can see all progress on the bathroom renovation in these posts:
- Bathroom demo
- Selecting countertops: quartz versus granite
- Things to consider for a bathroom layout
- Picking tile for the bathtub
- Tips for choosing the bathroom floor
- Finding baskets for bathroom storage
- Tips for picking paint colors
- Silver or bronze hardware
- Buying bathroom vanities
- Picking bathroom mirrors
- 10 design tips for a bathroom renovation
GET THE LOOK:
Since a popular question I get is “Where’d you get that?!,” here are links to the same or similar sources:
- Wall color: Ryegrass by Sherwin Williams
- Counters: Blanco Canvas quartz
- Vanities (with these handles and these knobs)
- Light fixtures
- Toothbrush holder
- Soap dispenser
- Baskets (large and small)
- Fan/light combo
- Curved shower curtain rod
- S-shaped hooks
- Shower curtain from TJ Maxx
- White subway tile
- Green tile
- Towel bars
- Towel hooks
Have you renovated a bathroom? What’s your favorite feature?
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