January 14, 2010

The Bathroom is done!!!

I am wondering why it took us two years to tackle this bathroom!  We were a little worried about removing the wallpaper but that turned out to be the easiest step of the project.
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After:
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Stanley always tries to sneak in the picture!
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My hubby did an AMAZING job installing the crown molding
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He also did a great job texturing the walls
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Wall color: Driftwood by Benjamin Moore

Before and After Party @ Savvy Southern Style

40 comments:

Dagni said...

WOW!! That looks amazing! I love the color and the new sink. And the crown molding looks very classy!

Ruth said...

Could it be that you wanted to let your mothers enjoy the beautiful, floral wallpaper for awhile? But, wow, what a great transformation!

traci said...

I wanted to add you to my reading list. I am trying to improve my photography and your pictures are wonderful. Please let me know when you set up to allow people to follow you.
Thanks, Traci

Frilly Details said...

Traci,

I added the "follow" option to my sidebar.

Thanks!

Marla at Always Nesting said...

Amazing transformation. Love all the detail. You did good!!!

Prior said...

Great re-do, love the color and texture! Still need my crown molding, Lezlee

Steph @ somewhatsimple said...

I am loving that color on the walls!

Lisa said...

First, thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting on my bench! Second, I LOVE how your bathroom and your basement projects came out! I have basically the same color scheme in my kitchen as your basement, and the same color paint bought for my bathroom as what you did, so very similar tastes! I only hope my bath comes out as well as yours did. We start next week on the bathroom, can't wait! Nice work, Emily!

Lisa

Cat said...

This turned out so well. I love the color and it really makes the white molding pop. Great job!

Maryann @ Domestically-Speaking said...

HUGE change! I have a Pottery Barn duvet that looks just like your wallpaper... funny. Thanks for joining the Power of Paint Party!

Denise Marie said...

I love shabby chic so I love that floral but in that space now you can breathe deep and not worry about swallowing a flower. lol
Great job!

Linda said...

OMGosh...what an awesome makeover...it looks outstanding! Hope you have a wonderful week!

Blessings,
Linda

Heidi@TheCraftMonkey said...

WOW, that bathroom is gorgeous! I really like the art over the potty!

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Uber fabulous! Love the color! (Stanley is adorable!)

Cheers!
Tina

Treasia Stepp said...

Fabulous redo! I love the texture, crown molding and thank god the floral wallpaper is gone. LOL.

Kammy said...

Very polished looking - job well done !
Kammy

Lynda said...

Looks wonderful!! Your hubby did an amazing job on the texturing and the crown molding!

kim said...

Your bathroom looks great. I did mine last year. Lots of work, but worth it.

Michelle said...

Beautiful. It looks like a whole different space.

ashley morgan said...

I love it! Great job. And seriously, could your dog be cuter?!

Tristen@blissfulchaos said...

I love the color and the texture of the walls. Great job!!

Kirsty said...

It looks fantastic!

Stacey @ Fun to Craft said...

That is GORGEOUS!! I love it! So beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Wow - I really liked the floral wallpaper last time I saw it but I love the new look too - and of course the details - I like the new light fixture...(:

Frugal Home Design said...

What a huge transformation! It looks great.

Amy Kinser said...

Stanley is adorable.

I love your new bathroom. It looks great. Great taste we have with the same light and looks like the same mirror.

Messy@ Bungalow'56 said...

I swear we painted our bathrooms the same color. It's not from the same company but looks like a perfect match. I will be posting some before and afters as well. Just have to catch it tidy, which is hard with only one bathroom and three daughters : )
Take care,
Dana

Melissa said...

Wow, it looks great! Love the color, love the decor over the toilet (where did you find it?), and REALLY love the crown molding!

Room to Inspire said...

Oh my, your bathroom looks fabulous! What an amazing transformation - I just LOVE the textured walls.

Chelsea

Jen T said...

I'm so glad you posted on my blog because I found yours! What a gorgeous bathroom with the texturizing, molding & color. WOW - great work!
Jen

Angie said...

Great transformation!!

Gale said...

Just linked over and thought I would read your blog from the beginning. Yes, your bathroom is absolutely gorgeous. BUT the cutest accessory is the little furry one. He is adorable.

Wendy said...

This looks great! Doesn't it feel good to say good bye to wall paper!

Sarah @ TheUglyDucklingHouse said...

Hi there, found you through Better After. These textured walls are done so nicely, it's making me rethink our current wallpaper dilemma. Great job!

Dani said...

LOVE the pedestal - what is the brand name??? Thanks!

Lise said...

Hi what a beautiful job! Do you mind sharing the name and brand of the pedestal?? Thank you!

Emily {Frilly Details} said...

Lise,

The brand of the pedestal is AquaSource and we purchased it at Lowes.

Thanks for stopping by!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Emily, thank you for pulling this out to share at my party. What a wonderful makeover. I love it. I did the same type of wall texture in a bathroom upstairs and in our toilet room of our master bathroom. Stanley is cute, too.

Teresa@oursoutherncountryhomeandfarm said...

Great transformation, it looks great. Stan is a cutie too, glad you included him in a photo. :) Teresa

Rose H (UK) said...

Kim sent me over!
What a super transformation. Isn't it a great feeling as the old wallpaper slowly comes off? Love the colours, very classy.