WE HAVE ARRIVED! I am beyond excited to share with you the reveal of our powder bath for the Fall 2019 One Room Challenge! It has been a pretty crazy six weeks, but honestly, I think things went smoothly overall, especially considering that this was my first time participating.
Before I show you the reveal photos, let’s talk a walk down memory lane and see what kind of space we were working with before:
Basic and a bit blah, the powder bath desperately needed some design love – it was just one room in my house that I hadn’t been able to get my hands on yet! I was itching to paint the walls a dramatic and moody color, and when I did, it completely changed the look of this space. I am proud of how I really stayed true to my vision and made my initial design board and inspiration come to life.
If you missed any of the previous weeks where I documented the progress on this powder bath renovation project, you can catch up here:
Week One // Week Two // Week Three // Week Four // Week Five
Ok, let’s do this! Here is our beautiful new powder bath!
So, what do you think? I am thrilled with how it turned out! Take a look at some of the details:
Which detail is your favorite?
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Fall 2019 One Room Challenge, the reveals I’ve seen so far are stunning!
SO good! that paint color is perfect!
Thank you! I’m loving the paint color!
The green walls are so good! Adds the perfect amount of color and personality.
Thank you thank you!
Thank you so much! I’m loving the color as well!
These rich, mature colors are so beautiful in a powder room! And love that art!!!
OMG – your paint color is amazing. In this day of everything white or grey – boy does that green pop.
I also adore your golden brass faucet and towel holder – so unique and timelessly classic!
Really beautiful details, and I LOVE that wall color! Well done!
can you please tell me what green paint you used? I have saved this image to my board but can’t find the name of the paint used and I want to use it in our bathroom also!
It’s Benjamin Moore – Dark Olive!
So beautiful! Would you mind sharing the trim color?