Hallway Bathroom Makeover Reveal

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Hey Friends!!
I’m so excited to share our new & improved hallway bathroom!
Come on in….

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!!

I feel like I should stop talking & just let you look around…..you okay with that?!

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!

Here is a view of the area on the other side of the bath/shower…
A little vignette on the back of the toilet…
You can get a pretty good look at our new flooring in the picture below! We went from cheap & failing peel & stick tile to a nice, sturdy, & beautiful ceramic tile from Lowes. You can read more about the flooring HERE.
The little boxwood in the white pot is from IKEA, the shell on the pedestal (I think) is from Kohl’s & the “Pool & Cabanas” sign was something I found at Kirklands years ago! That little sign is one of my favorite things in this room!
This little storage cabinet you see below was purchased at Target a few years back. The drawer has a beadboard front which goes perfectly with the room. This cabinet has definitely come in handy since there isn’t a lot of storage space in the bathroom.
These two pictures were purchased at Kohl’s a few years back. They go great with our beach theme & again, add some color to the now, neutral walls.
A shot of the vanity from the door….

A view of the shower curtain from the vanity….

The shower curtain & the rug in front of the vanity are both from Target. Again, I purchased them a few years ago, so I’m not sure if they are still available!

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?!

Rather than going with a traditional chairrail, we decided to use two pieces of MDF to make our own chairrail. The bottom board is 1×4 and the board on top that creates the ledge is a 1×2. The total cost for the chairrail was right at $30.00.
And one more “full” view of the room….kinda hard to get because of the layout!
And just because we all like a good before & after…..
Much brighter…wouldn’t you agree?!
I would love to hear your thoughts on this space! What is your favorite part of the makeover?!
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I’m so glad this room is finished!! It’s gonna be nice having a fresh new bathroom for all of our Christmas guests!
As always, thank you so much for reading!! I hope you all have a Wonderful Wednesday!
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Weekend Wrap-Up Party at Tatertots & Jello
TDC Before and After


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  1. Wow Tonya the bathroom looks great! Cant believe the change it made at such a low cost! Cant wait to see it next I’m there for a visit.


  2. Looks awesome! Love all your accessories!

  3. it’s beautiful! so soft and coastal!

  4. it looks great! love all the beachy accessories!

  5. I think it’s beautiful and I can imagine you going in and turning on the light several times a day just to take a peek. 🙂 I am wanting to change my popcorn ceilings to beadboard, how do you think the wallpaper would do, would it stick?

  6. It’s so pretty! You KNOW I love it! I would never guess that the bead board is wall paper! The pool sign pointing toward the tub totally cracks me up! Love it all Tonya!
    Kim @ Sand & Sisal

  7. The beadboard wallpaper is my favorite part! Love!!
    So fresh and clean, great job!

  8. beautiful Tonya!! I love it!! The accessories are just perfect, and I LOVE that beadboard wallpaper!!! 🙂

  9. Your bathroom looks amazing! The funny thing to me is that whatever you’re making over never looks bad, it looks really nice actually, and then you do something even more amazing! Love the bead board wall paper! The paint color is lovely. I also LOVE the beach sign. The whole vignette on the toilet is super cute. Have a wonderful day! ~ Jamie

  10. It’s fabulous…., a perfectly beachy escape! I’m loving the bead board!!

  11. It’s gorgeous Tonya!! I’m going to agree with Bobby and say it looks like you bought that BEACH sign it’s so good! Dang! You’ll be happy to know I just bought letters to do a sign that says “ROSE” and “Office”….you have me addicted now. Haha! Great work as always!

  12. Tonya,

    I LOVE how this turned out! I remember when you were first starting on this project and now look at it! You have such a wonderful eye….and the photography is amazing!


  13. Can you please come work on my house?

  14. Christina @ Floridays Mom says:

    Stopping by via The Shabby Creek Cottage. Just beautiful!!! I love a good coastal bathroom…this is one is just divine. Love the soft color palette and all your decorative details. Beautiful!

  15. Your bathroom turned out great, Tonya! Love all the vignettes everywhere. And your beach sign – love that too. I have a beach themed bathroom too and I might have to DIY my own beach sign 🙂

  16. Tonya! This is beautiful. I love how bright and airy it is. You did a really great job, those signs are adorable. 🙂

  17. It’s a beautiful bath. Love the light and airy look. The signs really add the finishing touch.

  18. I adore your beach themed bathroom! Every single little detail is AMAZING! I would like to copy it and put it right into my house if that is okay with you :o) Thanks for the great inspiration. I am pinning this on our Happy Hour Pin board!

  19. where did you purchase the boat curio on top of your toilet i love it!!!

  20. Love your beach bathroom. I have a larger bathroom than yours and it has a beach theme. The bath/shower and stool are a bright blue (came with the house, not by choice) that I used to create the water element and painted the walls a light to medium gray to give a sand feel. Am getting new tile soon. Beach items and plaques complete it.
    I did not know that there was beadboard wallpaper. Will definitely be checking it out. Thanks for the information.
    Did you stay at “Jetty East” while in Destin? It had drenched sand to rebuild their beach after one of the hurricanes. It was the only place that had large shells. I have a friend who lives in Destin and she has a friend that worked at Jetty East. I visit Destin for two weeks every year. It is a wonderful town. Unfortunately, another storm has washed the beach out again. I don’t know how much of the beach is left.


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