I’ve been talking a little bit about wallpaper over on Instagram so I thought it would be fun to share the powder bathroom renovation before and after pictures from the OC Ranch Reno. I just had the space wallpapered after thinking about it for years…no joke! I finally committed to it and can I just say I’m totally in love?
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Let’s take a little peek at where this bathroom renovation started before we get to the after pictures…
This picture was taken just after a re-pipe, so the paint is a little funny with the newly sprayed texture on the wall, but you get the idea. 😉
We had this pedestal sink for years…the builder put it in and we just never bothered to change it. Not sure why I didn’t do anything to it when we added the woodwork years ago and had to remove it at that time…but oh, well!
I LOVED those dark, hand-scraped, beautiful floors. Unfortunately, due to our leak, they had to come out. Let’s just say that removing 1700sf of glued on wood floors is quite the project. SO messy, SO hard, and SO. MUCH. DUST!!!
It’s about this time in any project when you start to have a mild heart attack and have this sinking feeling that things will never go back to normal or ever be clean again. Trust me, they will, but it is hard to get past this! lol!
Never fear, the new floors and vanity eventually made it in. Quarter round was replaced and things started to look like a house again. It is so nice to have some storage in here now. a little spot for hand towels and extra toilet paper. I bought this cute set of hand towels for this little bathroom.
I love that with this new vanity I can add these baskets to hide all of that stuff. They don’t make our vanity any more, but here is a VERY similar one. I picked up my baskets at Homegoods, but here are some practically identical ones.
I wanted to add a little glam in here. This faucet from Kohler was the perfect piece to make this bathroom shine.
I kept the original mirror from the before bathroom, mainly because when the wood trim was done back in 2008, it was built around that mirror. I didn’t feel like trying to find something so specific and hoped that I could make it work. This pretty, updated light fixture was such an easy and inexpensive update and makes SUCH a difference from the one the builder put in.
How about that wallpaper? It was the perfect addition in this little space. Powder bathrooms in tight spaces and with no natural light are a bit of a pain to photograph, so the color on that wallpaper isn’t perfect in this image. It’s a great sandy color in real life. I purchased a vintage rug for this bathroom too and it brought in so much character! I love it.
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