Beadboard, check. Paint, check. Week three of the One Room Challenge, check. This week, it really started to feel like a transformation is happening in our little bathroom!
The beadboard went up on all of the walls except for near the vanity, because we need to wait to demo the old countertops before installing. We chose to install them at a 5/8 height on the wall, because two thirds felt too high and 1/2 felt too short. Wallpaper will go above the beadboard as soon as it arrives. (Sounds like next week’s project if the tracking info is correct!) We also chose a thinner, curved trim for a classic, timeless look. All together, the beadboard and trim cost $145. It’s a super cost-effective way to add some interest to your space!
The power of paint. !!! I can see my plans coming to life right here. Now if only the old laminate floors weren’t so…disruptive. We’re still waiting on tile to arrive, and we have lots of other steps to accomplish first, but I’m 100% most excited to demo these floors.
Robert and I also each had our fun in our own ways. He played with our son’s foam bath letters, and I played with beautiful new art from Anee Rabbit and fawned over cabinet hardware samples from Battlecreek Hardware. I’m waiting until we paint the cabinetry to make my official decision, but I’m loving the aged look of those bin pulls right now!
Next up: paint the vanity cabinetry, and install wallpaper! We’ll also be making final decisions on faucets and lights, I’ll start shopping for some more accessories, and I’ll be crossing my fingers and toes that our tile arrives sooner than later!
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