I can officially say that the bathroom remodel is complete! It's been at the 95% finished state for several weeks ago and this past weekend, Nick added the last 2 pieces of trim that we needed to complete the room. Since it's a small, windowless room it was hard to capture the whole room in one shot, so be prepared for an onslaught of photos.
We started by tearing out the shower doors, the sink and the mirror. Next, I painted the entire space gray, to match the adjoining bedroom. We added white wainscoting and trim.
I added peel and stick tiles to the floor, along with an outdoor chevron rug from Target.
Then I painted an old mirror with a fun yellow and the existing vanity got a makeover with a bright turquoise paint and some Martha Stewart handles from Home Depot. We put a new modern sink on top of the vanity (from Lowes).
We replaced the ugly bar light fixture with an outdoor light. My dad took out the medicine cabinet and made recessed shelving in the space.
I accessorized with green hand towels from Crate and Barrel and a metal crate to hold baby products and wash clothes.
I bought a Kate Spade shower curtain from Bed Bath and Beyond and peeled off all the glue from the shower tiles (left behind from the sliding doors we removed).
I bought two pieces of art from this Etsy artist.
On the little robe hooks, I hung up an adorable baby towel and bathrobe, a gift from my sister for Teeny Tiny.
I'm so happy this project is finished and I love the way it turned out. Fun, bright, and clean! Definitely an upgrade from what we started with: