Thursday, November 10, 2016

Good Bye Pink Bathroom

Hey everybody!
I bet y'all thought this day would never get here. Honestly, so did I.
Finally it's time to share our bathroom remodel that we started back in March.
You can see the beginning of this adventure here.
Also, I gave an update on our progress here.
It has been a ridiculously long amount of time since this project got underway and having it completed is so gratifying. There were many unexpected challenges along the way but we just kept pushing forward. There are lots of pictures so I will keep my captions to a minimum.


Some of the old hardware and fixtures were sprayed with ORB (my fave) 
The sink faucet is a new Delta.





Built in soap and washcloth holder that we decided to keep instead of covering it up.



Hardware from the old vanity gets a new life.




The best thing about this bathroom? 
NO MORE ICKY CARPET!!



The paint color is Passive by Sherwin Williams SW 7064.


Getting good pictures is not so easy in this small space.


In the evening with the dimmer on over the tub.
A chandelier will look amazing here when I find just the right one!!


I have placed a few small items around but nothing much for the walls except the metal star over the tub. It was a Goodwill find that I painted and distressed.





A new toilet that actually fits the space :)


I found 2 of these hooks also at Goodwill. All they needed was a good cleaning and my darling mounted them to the wall with some little wood plaques. I LOVE them!



It is so nice to have a new bath for our guests to use. It may be a small space but with the light gray and white it seems so much bigger. I hope y'all enjoyed seeing it! I am so happy to share it with you today.
 Take Care my friends :)

20 comments:

  1. Karen your remodel looks pretty! I especially like your color choices. Always rewarding when completetion occurs and happiness with your efforts is felt. Love the star by the way.
    xoxo,
    Vera

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    1. Thank you Vera, I was afraid at first there was too much white, but now that it is completed I am happy with our choices. Thanks for visiting today. Hugs :)

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  2. WOW!!! What a fabulous transformation!! I bet you just love to use that bathroom now!! You should be very proud of all your hard work - it truly paid off!

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    1. I do love being in there now! It did take some time but we are thrilled to have it completed. Thanks for stopping by Debbie. Take Care :)

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  3. Hi Karen, what a lovely transformation. No more pink! Love the oil rubbed bronze look. I know it took time to complete, but it's finally finished. Time to enjoy.

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    1. Thank you Linda, I have definitely been enjoying it! Take Care :)

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  4. wow!! it is looking awesome..

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  5. Oooh la la! What a beautiful transformation, my friend! Now can I fly you out to Colorado to remodel mine? {{smiles}}

    Enjoy, sweet Karen. Hugs!

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    1. That sounds like fun Stephanie! Thank you for your sweet comments, they are always very much appreciated:)

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  6. Love the transformation Karen. So very pretty. That is a darling little basket holding the soaps too. It is truly a job to revamp anything like this but it always pays off in the end. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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    1. Thanks so much Cindy. It is a room I actually enjoy being in now! Have a great weekend :)

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  7. Karen is looks wonderful! Love the paint color and and all of the fresh, new touches--great job!

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping in to look at it Cecilia! Have a great weekend :)

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  8. Hi Karen, WOW what a gorgeous renovations. It looks amazing. So fresh and bright. Love all your details. The floor tile is gorgeous and I love the little rug you added. The window treatment is lovely and I adore the wall hooks. I bet we have been doing bathrooms at the same time. I just finished two baths also.
    Such a great feeling to be complete isn't it? Enjoy your new bath. It is gorgeous!!
    Have a nice weekend. xo

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    1. Yes we have!! It is an amazing feeling of accomplishment once a project like this is finally done. Congrats to you as well on your lovely bathrooms Celestina! See you soon and have a great weekend :)

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  9. Karen- What a transformation!!! I think that when things take a long time that it is even more rewarding when it is finally done. I like that you painted and reused as much of the hardware as you could. Great re-purposing of things all the way around. It looks great!!!! xo Diana

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    1. Thank you Diana, it is fun and challenging to give old items new life! Thanks for visiting and your sweet comments. Have a wonderful weekend :)

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  10. It looks beautiful, Karen. I love all the finishes. You must be thrilled that the hard work is behind you. Enjoy it!!
    :)

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    1. It was a lot of work along with many delays, but yes, I am so excited to finally be done and just in time for the holidays! Thanks for visiting today Kim :)

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