I'm Sarah. I'm a small town girl from Dayton Ohio married to the love of my life, mother to the sweetest baby boy, snuggler of the world's sweetest doggie and follower of Jesus Christ! I love photographing love, life and memories. So sit back, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy some of my most recent work.
Y’all!! This mama is starting to go crazy. The same thing all day every day is starting to take its toll on my sanity. So to make myself a little less crazy, I’ve really been digging into reading books and the bible. But to keep my hands busy and my creative juices flowing, I’ve been doing some quick changes around the house.
Most of the rooms have been done and I’m happy with most of them. The only room that came to mind was our master bathroom.
I redid it YEARS ago, but it doesn’t really feel like the rest of the house or go with our bedroom. It seemed like the perfect option to get a quick rehab.
I have big plans for this space in the long term. I want to gut this space and expand it into the closet and then make our closet in our bedroom since it’s so big. I go back and forth with layout and things. And we need to save money and find the perfect time to do it since its such a big project.
But in the meantime, why live with an ugly space. So here comes a mini redo.
Before we share and talk about what we did, let’s take a look at the before. You’ll see builder beige, way too much tile I really don’t like (but that I really can’t do anything about just yet), bright colors and lots and lots of shelves.
Now let’s look at the after.
My first plan was to just paint the walls and call it done, but I thought it needed a little something more than that. That it needed more color, or love, more something.
So the light above the mirror was the first thing I found. It pretty much informed the rest of the decisions. After that, I found the peel and stick wallpaper. (I was inspired by a blogger I follow online, Sara with Room for Tuesday just did some peel and stick wallpaper in her bathroom, it got me thinking.) It was the perfect addition of color and texture that the room needed.
Along with the wallpaper I wanted to change up the vanity without really doing anything to it, so I found these cabinet pulls as well as this faucet. Lastly, it was the little thing of getting new towel hooks. I’ve always disliked the old ones locations and style.
The paint was already in the house. It’s just leftover extra white from other rooms in the house. I love how it brightens up the room!