Hi friends! Hope your weekend was fabulous.
As you all know, David and I are selling our house. Fingers crossed, it should go on the market at some point early this week. As one of our many "before we list" projects, we decided to do a little makeover of our guest bathroom. Basically, the goal was to take it from dramatic + dark to light, neutral and bright.
So without further ado... our new guest bathroom!
We bought a new mirror and sconces for a total of $50 (more details here) and hope to sell the old fixtures on Craigslist, so we'll actually make some cash!
In case you missed it, check out what went into the great shower curtain debate. More details below!
Oh, that purple ceiling. Mad props to David for repainting it!
As you can see, I chose the classic white waffle shower curtain. You guys were amazing at weighing in with your two cents about the curtain! So thanks again! The final vote tally from you guys was four votes for the striped curtain, thirty-six votes for the white waffle and forty-three votes for the patterned curtain. And I'm not gonna lie, I was totally going to choose the last patterned option, just like the majority of you. I was really scared the bright white waffle curtain would make the rest of the cream colored trim look blah. But our realtor thought it was too busy with the patterned wallpaper, so we opted to keep it simple with the white waffle. And I actually think it really works! No blah, just fab ; )
But guess what room doesn't have patterned wallpaper and also needed a shower curtain? Our master bathroom! Woot woot. Pretty little bird curtain got to stay at our casa.
So there you have it, friends. Our little guest bathroom makeover. With $50 in new fixtures, plus about $30 in paint for the ceiling and $20 for the shower curtain, the entire project ran us right at $100. I think it's definitely a good investment! We actually really like it. And hopefully you guys love it... but hopefully the potential buyers love it even more! : )