Coastal Farmhouse Bathroom Reveal
Well, I am finally happy to say that I am done with my guest bathroom and while I was not able to stick to the entire design board (below) I was still able to give it the look and feel that I wanted.
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The nicest upgrade we did was replace the countertops and I am super happy with how they came out. We went to a local granite shop and selected the quartzite I had in mu vision board above. It looks so good in person!!!
The name of the quartzite is called Fantasy Brown (even though it has a lot of gray and blue undertones) and it’s perfect if you want that coastal feel. Plus, it’s not as high-maintenance as granite… woo hoo!
I take you on a trip to the shop and show you how easily they were installed in the video below:
I have a previous tutorial on how to paint cabinets that you can check out, however, I have learned so many things since painting many more cabinets and built-ins that I finally figured out the best paints and practices that I prefer for the job and plan on sharing that information very soon.
I found some cute items for my bathroom as well like the bottles you see below. They are just like the ones from Grove Collaborative only much cheaper!
You can buy your own set of them here. I bought 6 for a few bucks more than the price of one! SCORE!
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I brought back some of my Dollar Tree DIY’s as well like the succulent wall art below.
The mirror and the lights aren’t my favorite, but they work for now so we kept them.
I did make a custom shower curtain as well since I couldn’t find the one on my vision board online – it was out of stock. But I ended up liking my version better.
I also ended up using a jute rug that I had somewhere else in my home that wasn’t really working and placed it in my bathroom and I think it was a perfect fit.
I was able to replicate the wooden shelf in my vision board. I made a slight change to it but I love how it turned out! I even share the full tutorial below in case you want to make one yourself.
It works perfectly above the toilet.
Finally, I added my last Look for Less DIY Artwork to the bathroom.
And I am so glad it’s done!!!!
Now my guests have a nice place to “go in” when they are over. LOL! And while it’s not the biggest overhaul since we didn’t tackle absolutely everything I think we made a huge impact with what we did do.
If you prefer the video walk-through check it out below.
Until next time!
What color did you use in the bathroom (the lighter wall color)!
Thanks for your question. We actually used up some leftover paint that we had and mixed it up to create that shade. Since we like a lot of grays, we usually end up with leftovers and just mix them together to create new ones so that we don’t waste any paint. I wish I had a code for it, sorry!
My husband and I mixed up some grey paints we had leftover and used that. We do that so we don’t waste any paint. I’m sorry I don’t have an actual color to share.
I really like the shower curtain,the white one with the stripes at the bottom. can you tell me where you bought that? thank you
Thank you. I actually sewed it together. I have a tutorial for it on my blog and YouTube channel.