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House Update: Powder Bath

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

  The only true before photo I have of the powder bath is from the listing. When I took before photos of the rest of the house, I somehow missed the powder bath.

 I thought we were going to try to salvage the vanity, but Sam got really enthusiastic about demo!

 After the floors were installed on the entire 1st floor, we didn't do anything with the powder bath for a couple months.

 We eventually bought a toilet (the box says it can flush up to 8 golf balls!) and Sam installed half the toilet. He wanted to wait to install the rest of the toilet until after the room was painted.

 I scraped the popcorn ceiling and Sam sanded, patched, and painted.

 I evenutally want to wallpaper this room, which you can see here on my inspiration board, but we don't have the money for that right now. We painted the room Benjamin Moore Pashmina.

 Finn's job during our renovations is to be the inspector, and he takes his job very seriously!

 I can't tell the difference between Benjamin Moore Pashmina and Revere Pewter. If I had known it was practically the same color, we could have just used the can of Revere Pewter that we already have in the garage!


 I found a beautiful vanity on Home Depot's website, but every time I checked online it was out of stock. I checked the website again in April and it said discontinued. I was devastated! Around the same time I got an email from Home Decorators Collection that we were having a Bath sale. I checked out their selection and ended up buying this one at 20% off. I don't love the granite top as much as the Home Depot vanity, but it's fine. And it was a good price. I tried to find it on their website, but it looks like it's been discontinued.

 I picked out green knobs from Anthropologie and bought the mirror at a thrift store. The mirror is painted Pantone Emerald. The light fixture is from Shades of Light.

 The artwork is from our honeymoon in Venice.

 Sam just installed the faucet last night.



Here's the before again, so you don't have to scroll up.

 Here was my inspiration board that I made back in February:


Now I just have to save up for the wallpaper!

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