Modern Cottage Bathroom Transformation


Submitted by The Corson Cottage

How we took our drab boring bathroom to fresh modern cottage bathroom!

Here is our upstairs bathroom before.
Our bathroom walls are just a simple white satin by Behr.
They were actually a lovely pastel seafoam green when we moved in.
It was BB (Before Blogging.)
With just a few simple touches we went from drab to fab.
A rustic vintage table I picked up from a local junk shop for $10.
There is not a lot of storage, so I used a large basket to roll up our towels.
I used a vintage wire basket to store the t. paper.
The 2 prints came from Dwellings.
I’ve actually had them for several years.
From my apartment living days.
And a vase with a pop of fresh green.
I love nothing more than simple white walls.
I think it really allows for the rooms colors and textures to stand out.
You can help let your warm wood tones stand on their own.
I love to do this when I have a vintage wooden piece I’ve added to a room.
I think the crisp white walls, rustic wooden table, and modern prints
are the perfect mod cottage mix.
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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.

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  1. That table is PERFECT for the space. I have a teeny (5×5, not including the shower) master bathroom, but am looking for a petite table for a corner – like an antique telephone table. Now I’m more inspired. I also love the wire basket for the TP – what a great idea.

  2. Sally – The artist of the print is Sarah Bradish. I purchased the print through my brother’s store Dwellings a few years ago. I know that the wholsale vendor he purchased from was Design Ideas. Dwellings does not currently have a website, but we are looking to in Spring 2012.

  3. Love it! Simple yet classy! The best part, it didn’t break the bank! Just added a little something something to the space!