Master bathroom redo

Hello friends! Today I wanted to share with you an update on the latest home improvement project going on at our place.

I’ve decided to repaint another room (I know, I know … shocking).

This time it’s the master bathroom.

When we bought our house, this is what the master bathroom looked like.

Yowza! Hot pink walls (and baseboard trim) didn’t really fit my vision of a lakeside retreat.

So I painted it to look like this:

Now, after several years, I’ve tired of the blue/gray color and stripes.

So I decided recently to give the walls a coat of Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige.

Here’s a sneak peek.

I realize there’s not much progress to be seen yet. Here’s a mood board that depicts what I want the space to look like … eventually.

This project will need to be done in phases, as our budget allows. For now, I’m sticking with paint and accessories. Later will come new slate flooring and a new vanity top and sinks.

Have you started any spring renovation projects around your house? I’d love to hear about them.

Bathroom update

If you have been following this blog for awhile, you may remember my guest bathroom renovation.

Well, there was one little detail that remained unfinished in the room. The mirror was naked and needed a frame built for it.

Since I am now nearly eight months pregnant and my “get up and go” has gotten up and went, I was happy to use a 40-percent-off coupon I received from Mirror Mate to order a pre-made frame.

When I got my frame in the mail, it looked like this:

The process of piecing everything together was pretty simple. I bought¬†one of their least-expensive frames. It’s the “Pemaquid Slim Dark Bronze.”

Here is a closeup of it installed in the room.

I am very happy with how it turned out. I think it takes the room up a notch.

And just in case you forgot, here is what the room originally looked like:

The beadboard molding we installed is one of my favorite features. It breaks up the dark color on the walls.

I think I can now officially call this room done. That feels great!