Every now and then I believe everything needs a little face lift!
Our guest bathroom was beginning to show signs of wear and tear, so I decided to make a few cosmetic changes. The next few pictures show how the bathroom looked before the renovation.
I am soooo proud of how our guest bath renovation turned out I just want to share it with everyone.
I went with a honeycomb/ hex tile from Floor & Decor in grey which made a drastic yet interesting change in the room!
I painted the vanity a rich navy blue for a needed pop of color and I replaced the drawer pulls and cabinet knobs with gold hardware.
I shopped Walmart to create a simple storage solution by hanging three baskets on one wall filled with towels. I balanced the room by placing two hanging shelves on the opposite wall filled with wash cloths and decorative flowers.
I chose a blue paisley fabric curtain for visual texture with a hint of romance. I also used a curved shower rod to add to the spa like aesthetic.
We used crown molding to frame room and added shoe mold around the mirror to create a fresh updated and finished look.
This simple guest bathroom renovation was purely cosmetic and will add value to our home investment.
To create this beautiful look, we changed out the floors, added crown molding, painted the vanity and changed the hardware, painted the walls, framed the mirror, added a few gold and blue touches and magic happened!
My advice when renovating is to take on simple projects room by room to manage your time and cost. We already started on the master and I can’t wait to reveal!
What do you guys think about this guest bathroom transformation? Please share your thoughts on my Facebook page @nlovewithjasmine. Please share this post with anyone looking to make a change in their guest bathroom for inspiration.