Half Bath Reveal

There she is my friends!

From dark and RED to white and light!  It’s a refreshing change.

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I’m totally in love with our bathroom!  For the first part of our remodel, check out “Part One: 1/2 Bath Makeover” HERE.

This bathroom is right when you walk in from the garage.  You walk into our mudroom/laundry room then to the right is this half bathroom.  If you continue walking through the mudroom, there’s the kitchen.  Since we remodeled the kitchen [HERE], we felt that this whole “flow” of the house needed to blend.

Here’s what happened:

1.  I painted the cabinet with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (Duck Egg Blue)

2.  Found new hardware

3.  Granite installed

4.  Wood (ship-lap) installed on walls

5.  New mirror, light and toilet

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[Before]




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[Burlap print custom made by The Rusty Jucktique]

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I LOVE this mirror [World Market] and light [Lowe’s] combo on the white walls!  My DIY galvanized hardware [HERE] ties in great with the galvanized barn light.

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Since our summer’s are short here in Michigan, I wanted to bring the beach home!

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Here’s a close up of the walls and the bead-board added to the ceiling.

After completing this bathroom, I want more wood in this house!  It adds so much texture and it’s a nice change from painted drywall.  Are you diggin’ it as much as I am?

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17 thoughts on “Half Bath Reveal

  1. Completely refreshing, beautiful and functional. Great makeover! I can’t wait to start our bathrooms. Where did you get the ship-lap? I love it so much. I wish I could remove what’s on our walls and have a hidden treasure of it everywhere. Ahhh dreaming…

    1. Wouldn’t that be amazing, finding shiplap!!!! Oh man! We cut plywood into 8 inch strips and put those up! So it’s my “faux ship-lap.” Thanks for reading. The bathroom feels so much BETTER! And, I can’t wait to see what you do with your bathrooms up there!

    1. Thanks Greg! We used wood primer and the color is Alabaster by Sherwin Williams! We just did our master with shiplap and used the same color, LOVE IT!! Good luck with your project, it’s so worth it!

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