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This makeover is courtesy of hometalk member Jessica of Dear Emmeline.
"The bathroom was built using an existing porch structure so the ceilings are lower than normal. We wanted the space to feel bright and open," says Jessica. "The before pictures don't really do justice at just how nasty the bathroom was. Peeling moldy olive green wallpaper, green crusty fixtures, and four different types of green tiles."
"For now white walls and trim look fresh with a beveled white subway tile surround, a rounded white tub, gray/white octagon and dot floor tile, and a Dried Lavender milk painted vanity."
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"The linen shower curtain came from World Market. I wanted to tone down the white just a bit and play off of some of the wood/bronze tones in the space."
"I painted the vanity in Dried Lavender Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint. Love the color! So happy it looks awesome with the gray dot tiles. The finish is already spotting on the top since I only used hemp oil and wax. New plan is to add one more coat of paint and then seal with an oil based topcoat. Oh how I was trying to avoid that!"
"The kids love the 'rainbows' made by the new sconces!"
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"A sheer floral scarf from Walmart adds privacy while casting pretty muted tones. I can't resist pretty floral patterns! I picked up a second scarf to hang if we decide we want two panels."
"The brightly framed cottage garden crewelwork was bought on Etsy. The yarn is faded but one of the flowers now shares the exact same lavender shade as the vanity!"
Read more about the makeover here.
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