Paint the bathroom they said…It’ll be fun they said…

Happy Friday Eve Friends! Tonight, I wanted to share one of our latest projects. It’s not 100% complete but it’s pretty much there and I just can’t wait any longer to share. *eek!* We had our home built coming up on two years ago and it’s STILL a work in process. I learned very quickly that although you want everything to look perfect and be done, it is very expensive to furnish and decorate an entire new home. The good news is that little by little, it gets done.

I had a week off of work recently and had a list of things I wanted to get done around the house. One of those things was painting our upstairs guest bathroom. I was so excited. In my head I thought – this is going to be great! so much fun! what will I do with the rest of my day? Mind you, I had never painted a room in my life. All I can say is OH MY GOD. WHY? What in the world made me think painting by myself would be fun or easy or quick? HA! One example of my naiveness – I only used painter’s tape around the cabinetry & faucet area. I thought my handy dandy edger would give me wonderfully perfect straight lines everywhere else. SO WRONG. Anyway, long story short, it was a very long two days with lots of spills, elbow bangs, touch-ups, and tears (just kidding)…(not really)… but the bathroom was finally painted and it was time to decorate!

Naturally, I bought everything and then tasked my wonderful husband with putting it all up. Thank you, handsome! Check out his handiwork below. I’ll tag where I got everything in case you see something you like. I love the black, white, and gold and the light pop of color on the wall. We still need to put up the towel rings and I still can’t decide whether I like the picture frame horizontally or vertically but this bathroom is giving me all the feels right now.





Paint: Sherwin Williams – Sea Salt

Shower Curtain/Towels/Rug: Walmart

Floating Shelves & Soap Dispensers: Target

Majority of Decor on Shelves: Hobby Lobby

Flowers: Home Goods

Bath Time Canvas Print: iCanvas


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