I know what you’re going to say….. “where have you been?!?!” Well mostly hibernating. We actually finished the bathroom up back in November, but I decided to not stress about getting this post up during the holidays and just enjoy some downtime with the family. I know….bad blogger. Well I’m back now with our industrial half bath reveal! This room is now officially my favorite room in the house!
Since the room was so tiny we decided to go overboard on the finishes. You may remember our original mood board back here. We kept with the Industrial Chic theme we started in the foyer makeover. The wood wall is made of wood we reclaimed from our fence. The mirror was originally wood which I gave an antique gold finish to (see all the details on that here.)
The hubby built these amazing reclaimed wood shelves out of the old fence boards as well. Originally they were just going to be floating but they were really heavy so we added the cable wire to insure that non of our guests got knocked unconscious while relieving themselves.
The ceiling and molding is still by favorite part of the makeover. You can check out how we did them both here.
The white penny tile with gray grout came out amazing. It really makes the bathroom feel fun, which I know is a weird adjective for a bathroom but it’s true.
I found this print on Etsy and I love that it adds just a little hint of color and whimsy to the space.
Our guests love the “have a nice dump” art! I fond the cross stitch pattern on Etsy and stitched it myself. The frame is from Marshall’s.
Overall we couldn’t be happier with how all the finishes came together!
And the obligatory before and after pics!
Paint: Glidden Bluegrass White
Baskets: Target Small Milk Crate Wire Basket
Bicycle art: The Meek Boutique
Mirror: Home Emporium
Cross stitch pattern: 2 Dirty Needles
Plant: Ikea Fejka
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