Welcome to week two of the Spring 2020 One Room Challenge. As I mentioned last week, I will be tackling my powder room during the challenge. This week I am sharing the plans so far.
As one can see, this space is on the smaller side, and one of my favorite things to do is showcase how a space of this size can be packed with style. I am looking forward to watching it transform.
Using my PowerPoint tutorial, I created this mood board to help me to figure out the direction of this space. I want it to feel clean, modern, and welcoming to our guests.
The Vanity: I elected to keep the original vanity in place because I don’t want to create a bigger problem by removing it since I am keeping the floors.
The vanity will be painted Hale Navy, color matched to Behr Paints.
Wall Treatment(s):I’ll be using the same faux grasscloth paper that I used on my master closet makeover. This will be on half of the wall. The other half I’ll be installing a faux shiplap in a vertical layout. I am excited to try this, since I’ve never done shiplap before! The faux version is a more budget friendly way to add faux shiplap to any space. I will do a tutorial once it’s completed.
There will be brass accents fused throughout the space, including the faucet, mirror, and vanity light. I’m still trying to determine what I want to do as far as the rug in this space. I am also unable to settle on any art for this space just yet. It will be easier to know what I want once everything comes together. I am waffling back and forth on if I want to floating shelves over the toilet or not. These are all those things that I will determine once the space starts to evolve so stay tuned.
I determined that since I will not be switching out the vanity, I will install install a new countertop. So we’ve found an inexpensive modern option that checks off all of the budget friendly requirements for this. I’ve never switched out a countertop before, and it seems easy enough but we shall see!
Don’t forget to check out all of the featured designers’ progress here and follow along with the other ORC guest participants as well.
That about sums it all up! What do you think?
Thanks for stopping by! Until next time!
Erin, I love your plans! I can’t wait to see it all come together. 😁