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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Progress in Our Upstairs Hall Bathroom

 

Although we still have a ways to go before it's finished I thought I would show you the progress we've made so far in our upstairs hall bathroom. We still need to add wallpaper, find mirrors (that has turned out to be a lot harder than I thought! I have found a few I like but they either haven't been in stock, or were the wrong size or just too expensive), add a window treatment and then do a little accessorizing so it's looking pretty blah, but still it's quite a bit of progress from where we started:




We hired a contractor to do all the big projects and we were so pleased with how it went! I am thrilled with the new tile floor that looks just like wood and we found our vanity on clearance at a local furniture store. It was almost 80% off. It wasn't at all the look I had planned on for this bathroom (I had originally planned on going with a marble counter) but I loved the look of it and couldn't beat the price so I decided to throw my other plan out the window and go with this.


The little chandelier is from Lowe's and the faucets are from Overstock. The little wallpaper sample is most likely what we are going to go with in here although I haven't decided for sure yet.

I do not miss the tiny mustard colored tub/shower! This tub is much deeper - yay!

And this is a horrible shot, but I was trying to show how close the tile floor looks to the real wood!

Once we have the bathroom complete I will do a full post with lots more details and a full source list.

I hope you all have a lovely rest of the week!

50 comments:

  1. Have you considered stenciling that wall instead of wallpaper? We had wallpaper in a bathroom with a shower and the humidity from the shower eventually reeked havoc on the wallpaper! Loving your vanity!!

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    1. Thanks! We actually thought about stenciling for a little while, and I pinned a bunch of options, but we are leaning towards wallpaper now.

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  2. Looking real good Jennifer...love your new vanity!

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  3. Love the changes so far Jennifer. Love the wallpaper choice as well.

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  4. Beautiful! You seriously think of everything. After you instagrammed your new floors, I was going to ask if you could show a picture featuring the two floors so we could see how they work together, but you already did, thank you!

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  5. I'm in love with that vanity! The stain is beautiful and the sink fixtures are perfect!!

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  6. Wonderful so far! Please don't keep us in suspense on where you got the tile wood that looks like the real thing! Would love to do this in boys' bathroom.

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    1. Thanks, Laura! We got it from a tile store in Newport News, Virginia called Brunk Tile.

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  7. I love the vanity! It's gorgeous. I hope to find an old dresser or cabinet someday to refinish and use as a vanity!

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  8. I love the vanity! It's gorgeous. I hope to find an old dresser or cabinet someday to refinish and use as a vanity!

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  9. Oooohhh! I want to know the source information for those tile floors that look. like. wood!

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  10. I love the vanity!! Do you possibly know the manufacturer??

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    1. Thanks, Vickie! I have no idea, sorry! I haven't seen any markings on it.

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  11. Jennifer the vanity, faucets, and sink are so beautiful. The floors look so much like wood. I see in your reply above that you purchased them in a tile store in Virginia. Could you please share the brand with us. The before and after of the bath is just outstanding as all your rooms are.

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    1. Thanks, Lin! The tile is from Blustyle Ceramics.

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  12. Is the tub surround tile or a unit?

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  13. Oh my, it is gorgeous!! I can't wait to see how you finish it up. It is such a dramatic change. I have a window in my bathroom too and am wanting to change up the window treatment, so I am eager to see what you do with that window - I love your style!

    I also loved your other bathroom remodel. Have you been happy with the quality of your Evercor countertops in that one? Are they easy to clean and take care of? I am considering getting that same product from Lowes. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks, Elizabeth! Yes, I love it for the bathroom, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend it for a kitchen just because the repeat pattern would be more obvious on a larger surface area.

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  14. Absolutely love this! I've read your blog for ages, but never commented. But this bathroom vanity is just gorgeous! And, I love the tile! We recently put the wood tile in both of our bathrooms (the Marazzi Montagna Saddle from Home Depot) and it has made a world of difference! A couple of friends and my parents kept knocking on it because they couldn't believe it was tile! I love the wallpaper choice too. Our bathroom previously had wallpaper for years, but it wasn't an issue with the moisture - probably because we have several windows. I see you have a large window too, so hopefully that won't be a issue! Can't wait to see the finished product!

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  15. It looks wonderful thus far!

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  16. Looks like a completely different bathroom! Unbelievable! Can't wait to see it in real life!!
    Xoxo Jamie Lou

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  17. It look fabulous Jennifer! The vanity is beautiful and the floor...I thought it was real wood. A great tile! Love the wallpaper. Your house, room to room, flows so beautifully. Very elegant. Hope you're doing well and Happy 1st day of spring!

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  18. Jennifer it looks wonderful, thank you for the sneak peak!

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  19. I have that light in my craft room,great minds,lol

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  20. Very pretty. Love the vanity. Who makes the tile? Is it from Lowes? Looks exactly like wood.

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    1. Thanks, Donna! We got it from a store called Brunk Tile in Newport News, VA (the brand is Bluestyle Ceramics).

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  21. The bathroom looks absolutely fab!…such a transformation!…I look forward to seeing it with the wallpaper!..xv

    http://vickiarcher.com

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  22. Wow, your bathroom is beautiful! I love your style and classiness. I'm wanting to update my accessories, but live overseas and don't have access to the stores in the US. Do you have any websites you like to shop?

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    1. Thank you, Jessica! I love to look on Pottery Barn, Ballard Designs, Wisteria, Joss & Main, and Overstock!

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  23. Lovely as always!!
    <3
    Cathy

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  24. Jennifer, I love the changes! The vanity is stunning! As always you have done a stellar job! Cannot wait to see the finished product!

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  25. Lovely! My new bathroom has the exact same layout, window and all. I am going to be waiting to see what you come up with for your finishing touches. Mine has black oval mirrors, and I will use lite teal for my accent color.

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  26. Everything is so pretty & inviting. The vanity makes it!!

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  27. Jennifer,
    I have been debating about whether or not to do the wood look tile and my concern is chipping, most of the ones I have seen the color doesn't run through and so if something heavy is dropped on it, like a hairdryer, curling iron etc, the chip would be really noticeable. What are your thoughts about that?

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    1. I wouldn't worry too much about it! I'm sure it happens, but we've never had tile chip in any of the other places we have lived.

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  28. Amazing transformation, as always, Jen! The flooring is incredible! And I love the wallpaper sample!

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  29. The bathroom looks beautiful, Jennifer! Love the chandelier!

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  30. Wow! I love it just like this~its incredible when you look at the before photo! Love the faucets and the vanity cab. Nice job as usual!

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  31. Looks beautiful! Do you mind sharing the link for the faucets? I love them:) thanks!

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    1. Thanks, Julie! They are from Overstock.

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    2. Thanks for getting back to me! I did see that in the post but I was hoping for the info or link for the exact faucet:) I looked through a little and wasn't able to see the same ones. Thanks!

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  32. Looks totally different and much much prettier! I love the wood-looking tile floors and the chandelier! That draw also looks gorgeous :)

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  33. do you think the wood tile would work in an entire living room?

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    1. I wouldn't necessarily recommend it for a living room just because the repeat pattern would be more obvious on a larger surface area.

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  34. Jennifer, I've been following for a long time and as always your transformations are amazing! I see your house originally had wallpaper. When you painted or re-wallpapered, did you have to remove the old wallpaper first?

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    1. Thanks, Sarah! They removed the wallpaper in every room except for one which they painted over.

      -Jason

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