The old faucets were corroded, cheap, small and had no style at all. Unless you count “bad hotel” as a style… ha!
Last but not least, here’s the side-by-side comparison. Isn’t it amazing that such small changes can completely transform a room?
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It looks like you also installed a window over the tub….where else could all that light be coming from? No light fixtures are on.
There IS a window above our tub, but it's always been there. The first pictures were taken on a really stormy day so almost no light was coming in the window. I meant to take more pictures before we made all of the changes, but somehow I never did and these are the only "before" pictures I have.
Thanks for the explanation. It's an amazing makeover. You did a great job.
No prob. Thanks for stopping by!
Julie Corbet says
What a sweet transformation! I just love your ideas and inspiration!
Thank you so much, Julie. You are too kind!
what color gray did you paint the walls? There are so many to choose from!
I actually used a can of "oopsie" paint. BUT the color is almost identical to Sherwin-Williams Repose Gray.
Susan Hale says
I just love the plant you put on the counter. What kind is it?
It's a faux olive tree.
I love what you did, thank you for sharing. Can I ask about that beautiful hand towel, I've been looking for something just like that. Where is it from?
I found it at Ross.
AMIE SALMON says
How did you go about framing your mirror?
My husband built a custom frame. We removed the mirror from the wall (luckily it was not glued) and the frame is constructed like a giant picture frame with little tabs that hold the mirror into place. Here’s a post that shows the frame before it was painted to give you a better idea of how it was built. Sorry I don’t have a more thorough tutorial! https://www.thecraftpatchblog.com/bright-and-beautiful-budget-bathroom/