Hey lovelies! It has been super busy around here this month, but I had to stop by as promised to reveal some of the sources for my guest bathroom makeover for the One Room Challenge
Thanks to all who took the time to leave comments and share. I was so thrilled to see the great feedback and response
In case you missed the big reveal, you can check it out here
Ok where do I start? Well, let’s talk about the $5000 budget I initially set. Haha. I am laughing out loud, because I immediately blew that budget like from week one. I added some things that weren’t on the original budget breakdown, and that obviously pushed me over. I was not planning to change the counter top, neither was I planning to remove the tub to a walk in shower, but so glad I did both.
I ended up spending about $7800 in total. Still not too bad for a super cool bathroom.
If you are here for some information on the sources for most of the items in the bathroom, here goes!
The bathroom vanity is the existing builder grade and I had my carpenter, Getze, with Woodpecker Carpentry, remove the old doors and drawer fronts, and custom built what you see here. There was also an awkward vanity opening that he added shelves to, and added the storage tower and wainscoting around the room
My painter, Mendoza Painting came in afterwards and painted the cabinets in Benjamin Moore Hunter Green, the walls are Benjamin Moore Moonshine
The countertop marble remnant is from my fabricator Siri Granite
The plumbing fixtures are Delta Vero from from Home Depot
The mirror is from West Elm and seems to no longer be available. Here is a similar one
The orchid is from Whole Foods
The sconces are from Rejuvenation
The roman shade fabric is F. Schumacher and custom made by Mary of Drapery Etc
The 10×10 and 1×1 mosaic hexagon tiles are from The Tile Shop Sugarland
The grout is light gray from The Tile Shop
My contractor for the demo and tile work is Eliseo from Arco Construction. He also supplied the shower door
The wallart is from Target
Towels and accessories are from Target
So what’s my biggest takeaway the 5th time around?
My biggest takeaway from The One Room Challenge is that miracles do happen. Haha 🙂 But seriously, the One Room Challenge is a great way to light some fire under your butt and get a room in your home finished. Designers are notorious for not decorating their own homes, although I am always decorating at my home. This challenge is perfect way for the cobbler to get his kids shoes :-). It is also a great way for newer designers to build their portfolio and get some experience with managing projects – especially with a tight timeline and budget. Would I do it again? Absolutely! Another one is coming up in October, and who knows…………..
I am so happy that I got this bathroom completed. What once was an uninspiring, builder basic, generic, beige on beige bathroom, is now a fabulous space! My son Josh is actually keeping it fairly clean. Fairly clean 🙂
What’s my favorite part? The green cabinets of course. I love how it plays off the black floors
What is your favorite part?
Please let me know if I am missing any sources that you need more information on.
Wishing You Beauty and Inspiration!