Our downstairs master bath has been in serious need of a little refresh. It was the perfect small, yet tackleable (yes I made that word up) project to get into this spring. With the kids, work, and our side hustles (this blog for me and Midwest Woods for Kiel), there's very little time left for home projects- much to my dismay. So picking a small room that just needed a few updates was well within our reach and neither overwhelming or discouraging.
Here is (kind of) what we started with. The biggest changes were a new, fresh coat of paint, new counter top, and new fixture. We went with Lightest Sky by Pantone for Valspar on the walls- the same color we have in the kitchen, dining room, and now living room. We swapped out the old "rustic" barnwood counter top that was made with some scrap wood we just had lying around in the basement for a more sophisticated marble counter with a waterfall drop front (bonus- it was free! the perks of having a Father in stone sales!). The sink isn't new- although it may appear newer than the most recent photos I have blogged (back in 2013 wow where has time gone?!). It was a vintage find from the Scott Antique show. A beautiful, clean porcelain basin that we dropped into the marble, complete with original hardware. Swoon! Lastly, we swapped our the enamelware light for a throwback double sconce that makes the room so much brighter!
Scroll down for more fun photos of my toilet (because bloggers are crazy and we share photos of the commode, totally normal!) and sources at the bottom!