Powder Bath Reveal

We have been in the house for about 2 months now. I know so many of you have been dying to see all of the renovations, but I just don't feel like I can do it justice until each room has been decorated the way it's supposed to be.

Fortunately the powder bath didn't take much to get it the way I wanted it. This really is my favorite room of the house because I got to have a little fun with it.

So without further ado, here she is in all her glory!













It started off with a labor of love with my Dad. He and I spent 2 days shiplapping the entire room. It took some time to get into a rhythm, but once we did, those boards were going up one after another. I'll save how we did the shiplap for another blog post, but honestly, it's super easy. Just a little time consuming.


Once that was done the contractors painted the walls white and installed our tile. Another LOVE item!
I chose cement tile from Riad Tile in Dallas. We chose the Estrella pattern and I couldn't love it more. All of their tile is $9/square foot. The only advice I can give is make sure to find a tile installer who KNOWS cement tile. It's so important as the installing has lots of steps that must be followed.

Then my favorite part. I know I have a lot of favorite parts. The vanity. The sewing table is my great grandmother's. I've used it since I was little. It was a desk for awhile and then we moved into our first house and it was an entry way table. Then I came up with this amazing idea to use it as a powder bath vanity and it's love!
The plumber had strict instructions to not mess it up since it was an antique and he did good! So good. I probably would have cried if he ruined while installing the sink.

I'm just so excited for it to be done and the tiny touches I added to the room that make it perfect are my favorite.

The doorknob is another favorite!


It just adds that touch of elegance that brings the feel of the room all together! It is from the Nostalgic Collection from Wayfair. This doorknob is the Crystal Glass Privacy Door Knob with Classic Rosette. It brings the rustic, antique feel of the powder bath as soon as you turn the knob.

We originally just had the door knob that our contractor put in, but it didn't give the look I was going for. I wanted something more elegant and this doorknob fit the bill!

I'm hoping to reveal our master bath and bedroom next and then Raegan's new big girl room. Now to get her out of the crib since it's going to be baby brother's in August.

If you have any tips on transitioning to a big girl bed, send them my way. I'm absolutely dreading it and if this little guy wasn't on his way, I'd keep her in her crib until she goes to kindergarten.

Details
doorknob // Wayfair
ladder // made by the hubs
towels // Target and Wayfair
baskets // Wayfair (I spray painted them gold)
sink // build.com
mirror // Target
toilet paper holder // build.com
towel ring // build.com
green topiary // Wayfair
faucet // build.com (champagne bronze)
tile // Riad Tile (Estrella)

Wayfair has sponsored this post and provided the beautiful doorknob for this post. All opinions are my own.

2 comments

  1. It's beautiful!! My grandmother had a sewing table like that as well, wish we still had it somewhere. Such a great idea. Love that knob too also something my grandmother had on her doors long ago.

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  2. It's beautiful Ash! You're so creative and have a great style. I don't know how you find the time with two young kiddos. Good job, mama.

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