The powder room is usually the smallest room in the house, next to make a laundry nook. Like I’ve said before, when we moved into our house, much of it, including our teeny tiny powder room, looked like Easter threw up all over it.
Amidst all the business that moving into a new home brings, I didn’t get any before shots of the room again. Sorry. Hopefully the Easter comment says it all.
Visual aid: sunny yellow with different pastels glazed onto it using the “feather duster” technique.
The good amongst the bad: pedestal sink, oval mirror, working toilet and hardwood floors. No major repairs here. Only cosmetic like the rest of the new pad.
I tackled the hideous faux walls with some extra paint I had left over from our spare bedroom. (Martha Stewart, Beeswax) Instant change.
The extra paint was Flat. This bathroom gets the most traffic in our house which resulted in water streaks everywhere. Beyond me wanting to fix them.
Then I repainted the walls a buttery cream that I can’t seem to find the name of. Oops again.
These photos were from a great beach weekend a few years ago. I used an aging tool to give them a lighter beachy feel and I think it really goes with this airy room.
This little votive holder was a small little spray paint project. It was a freebie from a baby shower, but the pastel shades didn’t go with any of my decor. A little white spray paint did the trick.
Just goes to show how a little tile and paint can completely change even the smallest room.
Thanks again, Carpenter Dad!