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Bohemian Coastal Powder Room Before And After

Bohemian Coastal Powder Room Before And After

Today I am sharing a little update on the littlest room in the new house. The first time I laid eyes on it, I thought it had so much potential. I am now realizing that I should have taken more photographs of the before, but I am pretty sure I didn’t because I wanted to forget it (I am not even sure how to describe the paint color other that “dirt smear”).

Here is my powder room before and after:

Before:

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Here are the afters:

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Mirror: Serena & Lily. Paint: Benjamin Moore Stone White. Painting: Pallette Pro. Facuet: Rejuvenation. Towel Bar: Rejuvenation. Toilet Paper Holder: Rejuvenation. Art: Max Wagner. Diffuser: Old (similar here). Roman shade: Aspect Creative Agency. Towel: Matouk. Lighting Fixutre: Young House Love for Shades of Light. Rug: Caitlin Wilson.

Some say that paint changes everything, and I am one of those people. Paint changes everything. I knew when I saw this powder room that I had to have it sprayed because of the intricate wood paneling details, and I knew it had to be white but not white. The color I chose makes my heart sing every time I look at it. While I was in the process of designing the house, I had started to love the idea of playing up some of the existing finishes that weren’t necessarily what I would choose if I were starting from scratch. I love the look of lived-in and storied, so I kept the existing marble flooring and the existing pedestal sink and swapped out the hardware and mirror for a modern twist without gutting the entire powder room, and I adore how it turned out. I already had this print and this rug from our last home (I moved it out of the butler’s pantry and I am still searching for a larger one I love for that room). I also got rid of the dated light fixture and had this one, designed by the first decor bloggers I ever loved (hi Sherri and John!) because it was the perfect marriage of modern and 1940’s period style (which is when our house was built). It’s the circle of life.

xo

BB

 

 

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