Okay, so you have been with me all this time through the Park house’s half bath remodel… wanna see how it finally turned out? GOOD, I totally want you to see it! Bear in mind that the space is tiny and not well lit, so taking pictures, for this unprofessional photographer was hard!
First let’s look at the before pictures from the night we moved in (and yes the mirror was filthy!) :
Inbetween, I threw some shelves and pictures up and called it,… well, we lived with it.
Half Bathroom Reveal!
I love how the mirror turned out. Justin used a bunch of old scrap moldings and created this frame. We fitted it into the space and I love how it stands out. I am also really glad we added that little bit of planking above the mirror, since it makes that wall a little more special.
I found a wire planter and hung it above the toilet to corral toilet paper… I thought it was a fun idea.
The accent blue tile in the inlaid rug is the same color as the upper portion of the walls. I was really pleased with the color, I actually just used some left over paint from the ceiling in my family room so $free paint made it even better! (The color didn’t photograph very well because of the lack of natural light and the vanity light washing it all out, SORRY!)
I had ALL sorts of plans for the vanity, but when we found out we were moving and just had to finish the house So I forced myself to stick to merely painting it. I still love how the black turned out (by the way it is Martha Stewarts Silhouette Paint mixed in Behr, the same color as all the doors)
And the view from the hall… Too bad we didn’t get to stay to enjoy it! Ah, well such is the life of a Remodelaholic.
For those who are interested here is the paint color that we used on the wall.
What do you think of our half bathroom reveal?
Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.