A budget friendly remodel for the secondary bathroom.
I recently shared our youngest daughter’s (DD2) master bathroom remodel in her mid-90′s garden home. While the master was gutted, more budget friendly ideas were used when updating the guest bathroom. The bath is located off the hallway to his eclectic nursery and playroom, so the cosmetic changes reflect their style and colors.
During house hunting, it was hard for DD2 to look past the navy and red vertical striped wallpapered and floral border, but Mr Shops and I assured her it was an easy fix. Round 1 consisted of adding crown molding and painting the walls Benjamin Moore Saybrook Sage for a neutral background. Next she replaced the brass vanity light fixtures with satin nickel and brass cabinet knobs with hand painted ceramic jewels from Anthropologie.
Round 2 began after the birth of her son (J). A charming vintage coat rack was purchased to hold his multi-colored Turkish bath towels, and leave the wall space open for fun artwork. The shower curtain was made by adding button holes to a square John Robshaw printed tablecloth in a brilliant yellow hue. The Clove pattern cloth features beautiful hand stitched edging on all four sides for a beautiful decorative edge. The glass knob shower curtain hooks were purchased a decade ago when DD1 moved to San Francisco – I don’t think she will be getting them back without a fight. DD2 has created a fun room (and home) for J with her eclectic decorating style.
Shower Curtain – Clove tablecloth; John Robshaw
Towels – Michele Keeler Home
Paint – Saybrook Sage; Benjamin Moore
Vanity Lighting – Pick and Pair Bath Light, Satin Nickel; Shades of Light
Cabinet Knobs – Gardening Indoor Knob; Anthropologie
Artwork – Stacked Animals; Sugarboo Designs