Primp & Pamper Bathroom Refresh || Week 4 REVEAL WEEK!!

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Welcome Back! It's REVEAL WEEK on the Primp & Pamper Bathroom Refresh Blog Hop and I can't wait to see each participants final touches!! Thank you to those of you hopping over from My Eclectic Nest- isn't Tiffany's reveal stunning!?! 

This month has been a wild ride with transforming our powder bathroom. All of this would not have been possible without our lovely host: Jewel at Jewel Interiors.  She has done an amazing job of gathering us bloggers and sponsors together. Thank you so much Jewel!!!

Ta da!! The new view when you enter our powder bathroom! My favorite part of the refresh process has been walking down the hall seeing this updated room and knowing that I now have a clean and presentable bathroom. Gone are the days of bare walls and dirty beige tile!

The Lighting was a major update this week. Moving the light fixture from the wall to the ceiling was a game changer. The original 3 light sconce, that hung over the mirror, was casting a large shadow in the room and really only lighting the vanity. 

As you can see, we now have this warm brass 10 Light Sputnik Chandelier that gives off just the right amount of light. It's not overpowering. I fell in love with it when I saw it on Lamps Plus, they have tons of lighting options, so the choice was difficult.  At first, I was worried it would be too bright with 10 bulbs but we used 25 watt bulbs (max is 40 watt) and it's the perfect amount of light for the space. 
**This exact chandelier is temporarily out of stock but they have a similar one HERE

The set of three African baskets were a recent Home Goods purchase. I usually like to find them while out thrifting but finding three matching baskets, all at once, in the right color scheme had me sold. Home Goods for the win!

After moving the light fixture we were able to hang the last strip of wallpaper over the sink and mount the mirror. The Smithhonig Shibori Peel & Stick Wallpaper was easy to hang and forgiving for a newbie like myself;) You can read my full review of the wallpaper and hanging process HERE

 It was fun to add all the little details to accent the room. I purchased these stunning embroidered hand towels on Etsy HERE. The shop owner shipped them super quickly and they are even prettier in person! I found the rattan shelf at Goodwill as well as the glass vase and candle. I used leftover wallpaper scraps to "pretty up" and old box of matches and brought in my asian man and dragon bowl for fun accents.

 We decided to spray paint the faucet gold so it worked with the hardware and mirror. I wanted to try spray paint since we were not ready to replace the counter top, sink and faucet. The Asian bust was an estate sale find and I picked up the floral vase at Goodwill today.

 The hardware, thanks to Liberty Hardware, was a huge facelift for the vanity. Wanting a piece with more character I was tempted to replace the vanity BUT the hardware really gave it the look it needed. The Delta Trinsic collection towel bar and tissue holder, from Liberty Hardware, are also a lovely upgrade for the room.

The paint by Velvet Finishes was also a dramatic update for the vanity. Find the paint HERE and more info on how we used it HERE

A last minute addition was wallpapering the bathroom door. It's a pocket door and was stained a brown 1970's oak color. I loved the idea of the door flowing with the room and thankfully we had just enough wallpaper to make it happen.

A few weeks ago I found these fun Giclee signed prints on sale at Home Goods and framed them in some leftover wood Ikea Ribba frames.  The plant is also from Ikea;)

A final look at the floor- we are thrilled with how the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint turned out- you can find the paint HERE  the lacquer we used to seal the floor HERE and the sponge roller we used to apply it HERE. It gives the room a clean warm feeling. 

The rug truly brings all the colors of the room together and adds a soft texture. The RUGS USA rug (is on sale!) can be found HERE

Our tile paint tutorial can be found HERE - we have had no issues with wear and tear thus far. 

Final touches, a dear friend suggested I grab a trivet to display my bud vase and soaps. It makes the little area pop- right?!  If you are in need of a unique hostess gift I highly recommend these tiny guest bar soaps! They are hand made by women in Tanzania and can be found for $1 each HERE

Finishing out the hop is Eliesa at A Pinterest Addict. You have to see her floral wallpaper!

Check out the other participants fantastic reveals! You won't want to miss a single one!

Jeweled Interiors Purple Bathroom | Jeweled Interiors Pink Bathroom | This is Our Bliss | PMQ for Two | Monica Wants It | I Like it Lovely | Tessie Fay | Southern State of Mind | Maggie Overby Studios | A Designer at Home | Domicile 37 | My Eclectic Nest | Street Flee Style | A Pinterest Addict

Thank you again to our lovely sponsors below. While some of the items in my powder bathroom refresh were sponsored all the thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own.




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14 comments

  1. The wallpaper is fabulous and I always love a coral and blue combination. Well Done!

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    1. Thank you so much Maggie!! I'm in love with your transformation- your wallpaper is lovely!!

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  2. You KIllED THIS! SO PRETTY GIRL! NICE WORK!

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    1. Thank you Jewel! What a fun month this has been!!

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  3. Loving the wallpaper and all the little touches! The vanity color pops so well against the blue!

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    1. It came together!! Fun to see the end result- I'm still dying over your vintage bathroom vignettes!

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  4. Wow... just wow. I love the wallpaper and rug mix. Gorgeous job!

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    1. Thank you so much Mary!! Your stencil had me thinking about our next bathroom:)

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  5. To coin the phrase.."drama queen"... that's exactly what this bathroom says to me.. The bold design on the wallpaper gives it a standing ovation.. You accented the room perfectly.. I love every bit of it

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    1. Thank you so much Jamala!! I so appreciate your kind words! It really is drama ha ha ha!!

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  6. this is soooooo awesome! i am in love with that paper!

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    1. Thank you so much Cassie!! Next up is the Nursery! We are having a boy and you've inspired me!!

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  7. Kelly!!! It turned out so beautiful! You can tell a lot of love was poured into this space. It came together perfectly!

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  8. What a gorgeous room...I absolutely adore that wallpaper! Beautiful work!

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