Well, what do you think?!
One of the first things that I hope you notice in this space is the beadboard wallpaper!! I say that because I’m kinda in LOVE with it!! It was so easy to put up & it seriously looks like the real thing people! I shared a tutorial the beadboard wallpaper & gave my two cents on the quality, etc. in this post in case any of you are interested!
The other thing that you may notice right off the bat is that I changed the wall color! I decided since this was a “makeover”, that I might as well switch things up a bit. I’m kind of a go big or go home when it comes to my makeovers, and to be honest, even though the aqua color was pretty….I was kind of over it! I was ready to brightened up this space! I decided to paint the walls “Turtle Dove” by Dutch Boy Paints. I think it works beautifully in this small bathroom!
I told you when this makeover started, that I planned on sticking with the “beachy” theme that I already had going on in this space. You can see from the picture above that I stuck with my plan! Yay!! I just adore all of the accessories in this room & wasn’t ready to part with them just yet. I think the beadboard wallpaper & the new wall color brings new life to the accessories….and that folks makes me (and my bank account) happy!
This “Beach” sign was a new addition to the room & something that I made myself. I shared the tutorial on the blog last week. In case you missed it, you can view that post HERE. I just love the way it turned out & because I decided to change the wall color, I needed a big pop of aqua on this wall! I think this sign definitely delivered!!
The shells in the apothecary jar above are from our family vacation to Destin, FL a couple years back. I just added little sand to the bottom & filled the jar with the little memoirs from our trip! I love that I have a place to display them!
If you’ve been following along with this makeover, then you know that behind that shower curtain also lies a new shower surround that we installed.
We had some really old ceramic tile on the wall surrounding the bathtub. A lot of the tiles were starting to fall off….the shower wasn’t even usable! The new shower surround was easy to install, it was inexpensive & it looks great! To read more about our shower makeover click HERE.
Here is a closer look at the beadboard wallpaper & the chairrail that we added. Doesn’t the wallpaper look like real beadboard?!
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