We are halfway through the One Room Challenge and I am already behind. How does 3 weeks go by so fast? I had great intentions of knocking the bathroom out in a few weeks, but with the Easter holiday and an upcoming girls weekend trip it's been sitting, abandoned for too long.
I may have not made much progress on our vintage modern bathroom, BUT I did get the walls painted and had some awesome happy mail arrive that I am excited to share.
Let's talk about the walls before I get to the happy mail. (This isn't the final wall color, but I wanted to get a coat of paint on the walls before I settled on a color.) Some of you may be disappointed that I have decided against adding a wall treatment to our bathroom. Why? For one, the bathroom is TINY and I'm afraid adding any type of molding/shiplap/planks to the walls will make the room feel closed in. The other reason is that I am adding board and batten down the steps as well as along the outside wall of the bathroom and I don't want it to be overkill. I already have a plank wall in the basement and I think it will just be too much. I know this may disappoint a few, but I'm confident the room is still going to turn out amazing!
Now, let's talk about the happy mail!
The artwork from Schoolhouse Electric arrived and I love, love, LOVE it!
Speaking of the bathroom/office/man cave or whatever you call it I'm sure you'll find this article humorous. You're welcome.
Can we talk about this gorgeous tile for a minute? I mean seriously, it's Ah-mazing!!! I haven't laid it yet, but I couldn't help throwing down a couple tiles to see how it would look.
The brass double wall sconce also arrived from Schoolhouse Electric and it's everything I imagined it to be.
This room is undoubtedly going to be my favorite. I'm hoping it's the perfect black and white combination of vintage and modern and I can't wait to share the completed space!
Are you playing catch up?