Out with the old – in with the new! It was time to spruce up my bathroom at my parents house. When we first moved in I was in college and my home decor style was far from developed and still youthful/adolescent looking. I had this idea of a gold, white and black bathroom with stripes on the wall… and I did just that (see below for ‘before’ pics).
Fast forward a few years and it’s finally time to change things up! For this remodel I have been looking to Pinterest and Instagram – pulling all the bathroom home decor inspo I could find. I narrowed it down to a more minimal, softer and lighter feel then before with a muted green as my accent color.
Et Voilá! This is what it turned out to be!
I painted the bottom half of the chair rail a hunter green – Alpine Top from Valspar Paint. I got rid of the stripes by doing one coat of primer and then a second coat of Ultra White from Valspar Paint as well. I ordered wallpaper decals from Urban Walls called “inked leaves” and am obsessed with them!!! They are so easy to peel and stick on your walls – especially if you’re like me and don’t want to commit to a full wallpaper scene. I wanted to get a new vanity but it wasn’t in the cards this time around so currently we are sticking with the black one that originally came with the house. However, I did upgrade the vanity mirror, vanity light fixture and added some more minimal decor pieces to really tie in the space. I hope you like it and let me know if this mini bathroom redo was helpful to you! Keep scrolling for some before and after pics of the new space. If you want more watch my “bathroom reno” highlight on my Instagram or watch my bathroom reel video here!
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The only things not linked are: the towel holder, french ottoman and white dresser (they were thrifted items)