We have lived in our house for almost 7 years. And while we love it here, we have had the itch to remodel. Funny thing is, we have a super limited budget. Like super limited.
Because of that, we figured we would start small. Little changes here in there, although small in nature make such a huge difference!
Our half bath off of our kitchen was the first thing we decided to tackle. Seven years ago we loved the deep orange color and dark wood. It’s what I was always drawn to. Now I am not a huge fan. It’s not the worst, but certainly not what I am in love with!
My husband took to the internet for some inspiration. All I told him was that I wanted it white and bright, and he just went with it! This was his inspiration photo…
Luckily, with my husband and his family’s plumbing company, we are able to get pretty great deals on things like sinks, faucets and fixtures! My husband and my Father in Law are super handy, so it was no question that they would do this all themselves!
We settled on Behr Premium Plus Ultra in Falling Snow for the paint, and this for the tile. I loved how well it complimented the white paint and the trim!
I think what we chose is pretty classic, in that years from now we will still love it (ask me in 7 years, right?!?!)
The prints we were able to find at HomeGoods. Again, we wanted to keep it on the affordable side, and because of the all white, we wanted to keep the palette as clean as possible!
It is crazy how much lighter and bigger our bathroom feels just by painting it a much lighter color! I am in love with everything about it from the tile, to the sink, which is a Signature Hardware. The style is the Chelsey Wall Mount. The faucet was the Moen Align 6190. Loved how perfectly it fit with the sink!
So there you have it! My grand bathroom reveal. HA! As you can see, I am not much of a DIY, home whatever blogger. I know I shouldn’t quit my day job and should just mainly stick to fashion, but you all were following along with the demo on instastories and wanted to see the final results! If you have any specific questions at all, just ask!