Five months in the making folks! I am happy to say that the bathroom is finally finished and I am even happier with the way that it came out!  All of the sources can be found at the end of the post.

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Wall Decor

bathroom10 This is a collection of old and new frames.  Some of them where purchased from this Etsy shop. Then I spray painted all of them so that they would be the same color.  Once they were dry I used sandpaper to distress them.  I plan on adding some more frames that I find in my travels.

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I bought two of these love bird plaques from Hamptonswest in Sayville.

Bathroom6 This was the first sign that I made with my Silhouette Cameo.  I used Paris Grey and Pure White Chalk Paint.  When the paint dried I used sandpaper to distress different areas of the sign.

Details

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I picked up the clear jars and shower curtain from Homegoods and the adorable soap dish, soap, and candle (I think it is my new favorite) can be found at The Soap Box in Port Jefferson, NY.

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This is the mood/inspiration board that I made for the bathroom when we started the project.  Click on these links to see my first and second bathroom posts.

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Throughout this process I was constantly changing my mind about the mirrors and light fixture.  This bathroom is very narrow so once everything else was installed I thought that simple mirrors and a simple light fixture would look best.  The venetian glass mirrors will have to be saved for another project!

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Counter – Carrara Marble

Vanity – Custom made from Home Depot

Tile – Home Depot

Mirrors – Lowe’s Home Improvement

Paint – Silken Pine by Sherwin Williams

Light Fixture – Lamps Plus

Faucets – Home Depot (Silverton Collection)

5 thoughts on “Bathroom Reveal

  1. Dominique Paolini

    Oh my gosh! What a difference. It looks fantastic. So much brighter. I actually have the mirrors you put on your original board in master bath (yet to be shown on my blog). <3

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    1. Dana Post author

      Hi Dominique! Thanks so much for stopping by! I love the venetian mirrors so much…I think they just would have been too much for this space. When we move in a couple of years I will definitely be using them somewhere in the house. I can’t wait to see yours – I just stopped over on your blog and needless to say I will be staying a while! xo

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