Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Mainfloor Bathroon Reveal!

THE REVEAL!!!



The sconce was a generous gift from friends who renovated their home and were kind enough to give into my pleas for their light fixtures. It was originally gold in color and I sprayed it black.


This was an original feature of the bathroom and we kept it. It was the only thing that made it back into the bathroom. Again, I sprayed it black.

Black leather basket used to keep some extra towels on hand. I drape the towels over the tub instead of having a towel rack.
The inlay that took sooo long to complete!

Now, in case you forgot how the original bathroom looked, here it is:





See previous posts about this transformation:
Goodbye pink bathroom
Inspiration and choices
Hard at work


I uploaded this transformation to DIY network's rate my space and I currently have a 4.3/5. Not too bad:)


Also, I received an email from DIY network and they might feature a short segment on my bathroom transformation!!!! Super excited!!!


Nancy


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35 comments:

  1. WOW!!! I'm super impressed. The end result is seriously to die for.

    Lena xoxo
    www.qualityrivetsblog.com

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  2. Let me know if you do appear on DIY. I'd like to watch that.

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  3. Thanks Lena! And Belinda- If our bathroom is featured, trust me everyone I know will know!!

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  4. Good jobbie!!! Thats a HUGE transformation and it looks great!

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  5. Wow what a transformation!!! The finished bathroom is GORGEOUS!! I especially love the mirrors..*swoon*!!

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  6. This is pretty mindblowing! I love the inlay.

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  7. Nancy, your bathroom turned out amazing! The mirrors, sinks, chandelier...everything looks beautiful together. I'd love to add it to the inspiration galleries on my site and include you in a feature post. Let me know if you're interested!

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  8. Oh, I meant to also ask, do you know the paint color? It's beautiful!

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  9. Hello! I just hopped over from Remodelaholic... What an amazing transformation!! I'm super impressed that you guys did all of this yourselves! It is gorgeous!

    ~Amy

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  10. WOW! Your bathroom is gorgeous. I'm loving the black and those pedestals are amazing. WOW! You guys must be so proud of yourselves. My sister is living with a pink bathroom right now, and we are living with a mint green one. I fancied it up and we call it our retro bathroom. I've had the itch to replace everything in it lately and I think you just convinced me.

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  11. Oh yea, I'm a new follower. I want to see more.

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  12. Beautiful! Where did you find the mirrors?

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  13. Love it!! Our master bath has a pedistal sink and very simliar white and black accents and I love the color you chose!
    What color/brand is the paint you used??

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  14. Oh. My. Heavens. it's seriously gorgeous!!! where do I begin?? the colors, the lighting, the sinks, the FLOOR....that inlay may have taken you forever but it was totally worth it!! I will be featuring you today on my blog!

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  15. The transfermation is amazing! the new bathroom looks so nice with your blog page too :-) I love spray paint....just changes something from old to chic. Very good job. (PS i saw those sinks before and have pinned them - they were such a great price for cool "pedistal" sinks.)

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  16. It's so pretty! I love everything you did! The sconces are perfect for the space. I'm your newest follower

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  17. Just popped over from Brooke's blog post. You bathroom is AMAZING!!! I'm loving the tile inlay...........great job!!

    PS: It's nice to find a "local" blog.....I'm based in Ottawa.

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  18. Gorgeous bathroom. Love the Fornasetti wallpaper (?, the pedestal sinks and the mirrors! Very inspirational!

    A new follower, by the way!

    Jessie
    www.mixandchic.com

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  19. Beautifully done! I am so impressed with all of the changes. DIY should definitely feature you!

    I'm here from Kristin's facebook link. I'm looking forward to following you!

    Have a great day.
    Pam

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  20. Wow it's beautiful! I have a pink bathroom too...not the tile on the walls but the sink, toilet and tub...yuck! It's going to be a while before I can change it, but yours is amazing and I'd love to have that in my house!!!

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  21. I love this bathroom particularly the floor. The mirrors are great too...really well done.

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  22. This is now my inspiration bathroom. Just gorgeous! I'm IN LOVE with the faces picture. Where did you find it?? I NEED it! :)

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  23. Oh LOVE IT!!! My favorite part is the tile inlay! Well worth the time

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  24. Too funny! We just took out a pink bathroom it a gaint pink tub, we are almost done with the new bathroom and lanudry room...so in love all ready.
    Your room looks beautiful.

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  25. what a HUGE and GORGEOUS transformation!!! NICELY DONE! :)

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  26. Do you mind if I ask the dimensions of this room? I also have a 70s bathrrom and am about to remodel.

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  27. Ooo, how nice! Do you reveal your sources in a different posts--I'm particularly interested in where you found those mirrors.

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  28. This is such a wonderful transformation. You did a really good job, well done!

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  29. What a beautiful job!!! I love the color scheme, the mirrors and sinks, especially. Just beautiful!
    Found you from Erin's Freshman Party!

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  30. This is one of my fave bathrooms of all time!

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  31. WOW!!! Looks absolutely gorgeous! You did an excellent job! :) I am a new follower from Freshman Friday! Would love for you to link this up to my weekend soiree! Have a great day!
    Crystal
    www.homemakerinheels.com

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  32. Just beautiful! Everything turned out so well! good for you!
    I am, your newest follower..pls follow back if you can!

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  33. This bathroom is absolutely stunning!! What a far cry from where it started lol You've done a fantastic job.

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  34. Amazing transformation! I especially love the tile choices. Thanks for visiting my blog! I'm a new follower.

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  35. The whole thing is superb! I would love to have that inlay in my bathroom, or maybe in our terrace. Great bathroom remodeling job right there! :)

    Gilbert Dubinsky

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