If you recall, here is how it looked before. When we first moved in to our home a couple years ago, I actually was pretty fond on the wallpaper and pendant lighting.
A couple years later, I was over it. It was time to bring this guest bath into the 21st century. After several bids from contractors, I couldn't see spending tons of $$$$ on such a small bathroom. There were some definite things I wanted to tackle so I took it upon myself to do the research and figure it out myself.
I'm VERY pleased with how it turned out and love how everything came together. I kinda had a vision, but not really. It's a creative process for me and it's fun to see how it plays out. One thing inspires one thing, and in turn, inspires another,etc. It feels like a whole new bathroom and it feels good to be done.
Losing the wallpaper and going with a light paint color definitely lightened up the space making it look bigger and feels more airy. The cabinetry is in pretty good shape, so just replacing the counter top and the lighting really updated the space nicely. It didn't take too much and I repurposed some things that I already had elsewhere around the house so I saved some money there.
And just in case you were wondering, here are my sources:
Paint: Restoration Hardware accent wall in Silver Sage and the rest is in Pale Silver by RH
Mirror: Restoration Hardware
Lighting: Online @ Lamps Plus
Shower Curtain: Pottery Barn
Towels: Previously had from RH
Sink Fixture/Towel Ring/Bar: Moen "Boardwalk" @ Lowe's
Granite: Local granite supply store remnant
Wall Art: Previously had from One King's Lane
Temple Jar: Previously had from Home Goods
I've got some exciting news to share with you all, but will save that for next time. Until then...