Small Bathroom Remodel Reveal: Navy & Neutral

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This small bathroom remodel reveal is full of inspiration for a farmhouse-inspired, navy & neutral guest bathroom. Includes tips & sources.

small bathroom remodel oil rubbed bronze faucet

I’m so happy to be here today to share our finished small bathroom remodel! I’ve been waiting for all the final pieces to arrive, and when they did, the room came together just like I imagined. There is one thing that I wish I would have done, that I talked myself out of, but I’ll get to that later. First, let’s start with the vanity wall.

Small Bathroom Remodel Reveal

Here is the 1960’s version:

guest bathroom remodel double vanity before

This is what our bathroom looks like now, after a complete tear-out down to the studs:

kraftmaid lyndale midnight bathroom cabinets
kraftmaid lyndale midnight bathroom vanity
shelves over toilet in small bathroom
kraftmaid lyndale shaker midnight bathroom cabinets

I am completely in love with the cabinets. I looked and looked at ready-made vanities, but could not find the perfect style and color. Once I decided to go custom, everything else fell into place. They are a lovely shade of navy blue, and the gold hardware matches the lights and shelf brackets. I wanted to mix metals, so the gold is a nice break from the oil rubbed bronze. (All sources are listed at the end.)

I had my heart set on undermount sinks, but due to the narrow depth of the vanity space, there wasn’t enough room. The sinks are small, but they definitely do the job. I like that there is ample countertop space…much more than our previous vanity. I am very happy with the cultured granite as well. It’s super easy to keep clean, and we don’t have to worry about any type of maintenance.

small bathroom remodel double vanity
small bathroom remodel mirror over sink
oil rubbed bronze bathroom sink faucet

On the other side of this small bathroom is the tub/shower combination. Here is what it looked like before:

guest bathroom remodel tub with tile before

What it looks like now is featured in the image below. The new tub area is such a dramatic improvement over the previous version that it’s hard for me to put into words! Everything is such a pleasure to use. My favorite feature of the new tub is the niche on the back wall.

niche in tub beige tile

An unexpected perk of using cultured granite is that we were able to have slabs poured, that match the countertops, in any size we needed. I used cultured granite slabs for the niche surround, as well as the shelf. They give the niche a very clean look, and they were easy for my contractors to install.

niche with shelf in tub

Schluter Installation System for Tile

One aspect I didn’t know anything about before beginning this project was the necessity of a waterproofing system for the tub surround. My contractors recommended a tubkit by Schluter. This was one of the few things I did not order myself. They purchased it from a local tile business. It’s a complete water-proof and vapor-proof enclosure that provides a base for the tile, including the niche area. You can see it pictured in this post.

When it came to finishing off the space between the shower tile and the ceiling, I wasn’t sure what to do. I knew I did not want a raw edge of tile…so like I always do when I’m stumped, I turned to Pinterest. I found a few different methods that would have solved the problem, but when I saw crown molding, I was instantly sold. I love the way it looks!

crown molding over shower tile bathroom remodel ideas

The linen closet next to the shower is another feature that blew my expectations out of the water! It now has both form and function, which it definitely did not have before. The louvered doors were awful, and it was nearly impossible to access. Here is what it looked like before:

guest bathroom remodel linen closet before

The after is below. I used my all-time favorite baskets from Pottery Barn to organize everything. They are the Savannah Seagrass baskets, and some of them are still empty, so there is room to grow.

small bathroom remodel linen closet with baskets

Last but not least, is the floor. I never had any doubt that I would love it, but I did wonder if it would be too busy. I purposely kept all the other main features plain and void of pattern.

small bathroom remodel stamped tile floor

The subtle stripe in the shower curtain works well because it has the same color tones as the tile. I initially tried a navy striped shower curtain, and the minute I hung it up, I knew it was wrong!

farmhouse style floor in bathroom

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Small Bathroom Remodel Sources

Cabinetry: KraftMaid Lyndale in Midnight (Purchased from a local  building supply store.)

Countertop: Al-Co cultured granite in Sandstar

Floor tile: Zio Amalfi Coast Vidal Burano 8 x 8 Porcelain Tile

Main shower tile: Camila Beige II Polished Porcelain 12 x 24 tile

Shower border mosaic trim: Elida Ceramica Crackled Linear Silk Mosaic Wall Tile

Grout color: MAPEI Driftwood

Paint Color: click HERE

Toilet: American Standard Cadet FloWise Tall Height

Bathtub: Maax Rubix 6030

Fixtures: All Oil Rubbed Bronze | Moen Dartmoor shower set | Moen Dartmoor sink faucets | Moen Dartmoor tank lever | Moen Dartmoor toilet paper holder | Moen Dartmoor towel ring | Moen Dartmoor robe hook |

Hardware: Eddington Lane knobs in Champagne Bronze | Eddington Lane pulls in Champagne Bronze

Over the Door Hooks

Lights: double light over mirrors no longer available | small light over linen shelves

Mirrors: Bellevue Deuel 35″ x 21″ Rectangular Decorative Mirror

Graber Faux Wood Shutters: purchased at Lowe’s

Shelves in closet & over toilet: Custom made by Fogarty Construction

Shelf brackets: no longer available

Accessories: shower curtain (no longer available) | soap & lotion bottles | hand towels | shower curtain rod | small blue pitcher (sold out) | Savannah Small Seagrass Lidded Basket | plant holder with legs (sold out)  | blue candle (sold out) | shampoo & conditioner | sea sponge | lavender bar soap | soap saver | basket on toilet | towels on door

Lesson Learned

I mentioned at the beginning that there was one thing I wish I would have done…and that’s some sort of shiplap or board and batten on the vanity wall. I had the perfect opportunity, but decided against it. Now that it’s finished, I do wish that wall wasn’t so plain. Another option is wallpaper, but I am not sure I can find something that works with the floor. So for now, that wall is staying like it is. I should not have second-guessed myself, and I should have tried to find money in the budget for the wall treatment. At the time, I was spending money right and left, and it seemed simpler to just let the idea go. This is my first whole room remodel ever, so this was a valuable lesson learned. I will know better for the next project, which is hopefully our kitchen!

The thing that surprised me the most about this whole small bathroom remodel is the fact that we didn’t have any unexpected issues or problems. Because the bathroom was so old, I was sure there would be some hidden catastrophe that would be expensive and time-consuming to fix. I feel very relieved and blessed that we didn’t have to deal with something like that.

I would like to thank Fogarty Construction for a job well done. These guys are the best…and it was a complete pleasure to have them in our home. Their work ethic, and attention to detail, is hard to find these days. They always listened to me, and personally, I think we made a good team!

In addition to this bathroom, we also renovated our little master bathroom. You can see the plan for that project HERE. We did this hallway bathroom first, followed by the master bathroom. I included some final thoughts and budget information for both spaces in the master bathroom reveal post. 

Click to see both Sutton Place bathroom renovations!

Thank you so much for taking this journey with me. Until next time…

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  1. Just beautiful, I love it. This bath looks sooo much like my hall bath 1964. But everything is in such good shape when we remodeled the house, I did not do this bath, it’s in great shape but oh soooo dated, same mauve detail just like yours was with beige tile everywhere so wished I did it back then.

  2. It looks gorgeous!

    But I was surprised that the old style was nearly 60 years old. It could have been worse. I was expecting a really awful design. In Germany you can see bathrooms of that period in brown or green color. Booh!!

    I like your new floor very much. You’ve done a great job.

  3. Doreen Knapp says:

    Hi Ann,
    Love your remodel. Your bathroom layout looks exactly like ours minus maybe 12″ between the tub and toilet and vanity. Can you please send along your dimensions? Thanks so much.

    1. Ann Drake says:

      I’m happy to take some measurements, but can you tell me what dimensions you want?

  4. Ann, I love the small bathroom renovation! I just ordered a navy vanity from Wayfair and was looking for ideas to decorate the bathroom. We are moving a doorway to create a master bathroom and it is a small bathroom similar to the one you showed. We will have a tub/shower, but I really like the combination of grey and navy that you chose. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Sarah Jhonson says:

    5 stars
    Amazing. Everything looks great.

  6. I love your bathroom without the shiplap because it stays timeless with what you have done. You could always try the new wallpapers that are removable if you want a change later.
    It looks perfect! Great job!

  7. Thank you for the inspiration! I was beginning a master bath remodel when covid hit and it stopped me in my tracks. I had chosen some items but was second guessing myself so much that when things opened back up I put the project on the back burner. I’m so overwhelmed as this is my first major remodel to our 1992 home. Did you use a bath designer to help you chose finishes, cabinetry etc? My contractor just gave me lists of vendors. Every time I’d go out to look at items I felt I was doing it all backwards.

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Gina…I did not use a designer. And believe it or not, I did my shopping at the beginning of the COVID quarantine in March, so I bought everything online, except the cabinetry and the countertops. If you can find a KraftMaid dealer near you, they should be able to help figure everything out. I think Lowe’s and Home Depot carry KraftMaid, and I think they help design spaces as well. I started with the floor, then the cabinets & tops, then everything else. Have fun with your remodel!

  8. Kathryn Anthony says:

    Both bathrooms are simply lovely. So fresh and serene. I would love to have one like that in my house. Thank you for sharing your projects with us.

  9. Barbara McCormack says:

    Looks fantastic. We have 2 bathrooms that need to be updated and you have given me inspiration. Love, love the navy vanity with brass hardware. As for the wall there are some shiplap wall papers and there is a product I have seen (not used) that is very thin called Stick
    Wood that you could create a ship lap look with. But I think it looks great as it is!!

  10. Joy Maifeld says:

    I adored the before bathroom. That pink tile was glorious.

  11. Your new bathroom is lovely! Everything is so blended and peaceful looking. You did a fabulous job! I think the vanity wall looks great, and hey, it’s more timeless and classic this way. 😊 Your pretty decorating keeps it from looking dull and ignored!

  12. I love it, Ann! I sort of question the flooring choice but seeing it has inspired me to consider something like that for my laundry room. The linen storage idea is also oh-so-attractive. I think you knocked it out of the park on this one!

  13. Hi Ann,
    I sent my comment yesterday on your stunning bathroom reveal, but I forgot to ask you about your window treatment! I didn’t see a picture, but a comment was sent by someone who said you had used shutters. I LOVE shutters! They must look perfect with with your gorgeous remodel! Would you be kind enough to post a picture including your window? Thank you, Ann😊

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Carol…I was not able to get a picture of the window because of the light streaming through. I will try to get a picture when I shoot the master bath. I have the same shutters in there. Thank you!

  14. Beautiful bathroom remodel. Very inviting.

  15. I would love to redo our master bath! What was the overall cost if you don’t mind telling. I need to remove a jacuzzi tub and marble shower . Also white floor tiles that are old!!! Thank you

  16. Francis C. Moore says:

    It is beautiful.

  17. MARY-ANN (FROM CANADA!) says:

    Ann, thanks for sharing your gorgeous bathroom with us — plus all the listings for everything.

    Everything is so beautiful! You have done a fantastic job of putting everything together! Just love everything! So happy that you have all this finished. Now you can just enjoy! How great to have one more item off your list!

    Fabulous job!

  18. Your new bathroom looks fantastic! I love the neutrals with pops of your favorite blue.

  19. Dear Ann,
    I LOVE your bathroom remodel. It is gorgeous! The neutrals with the Midnight and Champagne hardware on the cabinet are stunning!
    I will look forward to all of your future projects! Thank you for sharing!💕

  20. Teresa Allen says:

    5 stars
    Ann, the bathroom is absolutely stunning! The floor is spectacular!!!

  21. Teddee Grace says:

    I think a lot of people will be ripping out their board and batten and other trendy “farmhouse” wall treatments in a few years. I think you may be glad you didn’t do it. And I love that honeycomb tile in the shower and those niches!

  22. Dawn Whittington says:

    Where did you get the jars with cotton balls and hand ? On them. Are they printables from you or did you buy them already done? Love the new look it’s so clean and classic. Love you website lots of great ideas and your printables are the best. I use them to decorate every season. I put them in floating frames and just change them out.

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Dawn! At the end of the post I included a link to the bottles and jars. They come from a darling Etsy shop and the labels are waterproof. Thank you!

  23. I do have a question, what and where did you get what you have under the soap bar in shower niche?

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Sophie! That is called a soap saver. Here is my affiliate link: I will add this to the sources in the post. Thank you!

  24. Congrats Ann! Great job! Looks beautiful! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  25. Janet Eveland says:

    3 stars
    Your bathroom is nice but I must say, the 1960s version looked like it was immaculate shape and I found it to be a great retro room. Understand the update but I’m sad the other is gone. What a timepiece!

  26. Jeni Meyer says:

    5 stars
    Your bathroom remodel is Beautiful. Clean and classy! I love the pattern in the floor tile… the neutral color will keep it versatile for years to come. Thank you for sharing your journey with us.

  27. This bathroom makeover is amazing, Ann. The design, colours, and decor compliment the rest of your home so well now. Thanks for taking us along on the process, the early sneak peek, and gorgeous finished result.

  28. Teresa George says:

    I absolutely love everything about it! Very nicely done!! And loving those mirrors…

  29. Your bathroom is beautiful! Thank you for sharing. Enjoy it!

  30. janeinbama says:

    It is just beautiful, your understated taste really shines through. I can’t imagine it looking any better, even with vanity wall done differently. I would redo my bathroom EXACTLY the same.

  31. Your bathroom looks great! Don’t worry about the vanity wall. Give it some time and later down the road you can always add a wall treatment if you’re still feeling it.

  32. Diania Abernathy says:

    5 stars
    Just delightful Ann! I hoping you come into some $$ soon because I can hardly wait for the kitchen remodel!

  33. How long did it take from start to finish please?

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Pat! From start to finish was 6 weeks. Most days my contractor sent 2 people…but sometimes just one since it was a small space. There were also a few days where no one came at all. So with a full crew, working 5 days a week, it would have taken about 4 weeks. Thank you!

  34. Your bathroom looks great!!

  35. Jill Claessens says:

    Your bathroom is just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing it and the resources.

  36. What a transformation. It so pretty!

  37. Your new bathroom is so lovely. It is pretty and classy, yet practical. I especially love your choice of mixed metals. I’m seeing so many blogs today with an overabundance of everything done in gold/brass, with the explanation that it is timeless. However, I’m afraid that it’s being so over used that that will not be the case! The choices in your bathroom look far more evolved and timeless. Great job!

  38. 5 stars
    What type of tub did you put in? It looks deeper than the original.

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Yes…the new tub is much deeper. I added a link to the tub in the source list. Thank you!

  39. Ann when I went to the link for the shelf brackets, they look totally different from yours. Are they no longer available?

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Nanci…you have to scroll down the page to see all the different bracket styles. There are shelves, then the brackets. Thank you!

  40. Lovely new bathroom. It looks like it belongs in your home. That makes it a five star winner to me. Don’t regret the ship lap. I think it has been over used. You have a classic and up to date bathroom.

  41. Well it’s light ,lovely and peaceful. I know what you mean about regret. When I spend money now on a big project, I think about the cost over the many years I will have it. Once you amortize it out, it’s worth it. Now if you weren’t staying in the house, I wouldn’t do it. But if you are then do it and enjoy. You can’t take the money with you and the older I get the more I want to enjoy things. I didn’t get my All Clad pots until I was 64 and I LOVE them…so worth it.
    As far as the ship lap, it will be a trend and I think without it, your look is timeless. You could always go back and add a wainscot or some board and batten for texture. I love all your choices. I just redid our hall bath with navy walls, white cabinetry, wainscot and trim, white subway and faux marble tile and LOVE it so. You could add texture by doing a print Roman shade instead of the more austere plantation shutters.

  42. This bathroom is beautiful, classy and very pleasing to the eye! It gives me inspiration for my bathroom remodel. Was it hard to get used to two single mirrors instead of the large plate glass mirror? I struggle with not wanting to loose the light and spaciousness the plate glass mirror provides.

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Toni! I didn’t have any trouble switching to the double mirrors. Having the lights over the mirrors really helps brighten everything and adds a nice glow. Thank you!

  43. Eleanor Hornbeck says:

    I love everything you did. It is beautiful. Don’t regret the shiplap. I read recently that it is going out. Don’t know if that’s true but it will eventually.

  44. Elizabeth says:

    Absolutely love your bathroom! Beautifully done!

  45. Alison Baird says:

    Beautiful! I love everything! So happy for you.

  46. Not enough words in our vocabulary to describe it all…so I will stick with absolutely gorgeous. Love it all. Redid a bathroom a few years ago…wish I would have gone with a tile like yours. I think you changed your tub…that is my biggest regret…wish I would have gone deeper.

    Love the mix of metals…I have been doing the same in my home and love the visual break but also the warmth it gives.

  47. I bet your DH is thrilled with the results! So lovely and what a wonderful way to start out each day!

  48. 5 stars
    What a beautiful room & such a transformation! You have made excellent choices & everything works together, beautifully!! The navy & natural colours work so well & the finish of the entire room is amazing. Thank you for sharing your ideas & project with us all.

  49. Ann, beautiful update to the bathroom! One question- is the crown molding over the shower file basic paint grade wood or some type of water resistant manufactured finish?

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Marilyn…it’s just basic wood crown molding. I know that the paint may peel at some point, but we’ll just sand and re-paint. I love the way the molding finishes off the top of the tile. Thank you!

  50. Ann, your remodels are my favorites…always beautiful, practical, and mostly within reach of the average household. I cannot wait to see what you do with your kitchen…looking for tips!!
    Enjoy that new bathroom!!

  51. Mary Meusburger says:

    Your bathroom turned out beautiful, with or without the shiplap! You have superb taste and your selections, from top to bottom, work together seamlessly! Enjoy your lovely bathroom!

  52. Beautiful transformation ❣️

  53. Denise Wade says:

    So beautiful! I love blue and white and you’re bathroom has given me inspiration for my master bathroom refresh. Thanks for your beautiful blog! I love all of your ideas. 😊

  54. Oh, Ann, it’s gorgeous!! The floor is not too busy at all. Everything is just perfect!

  55. Your bathroom remodel is beautiful! I love the navy blue cabinetry! So happy for you and so inspiring as we have a mid century home with green and yellow tile in the bathrooms… maybe a change will happen someday, or maybe the next owner can make the changes!

  56. jeannette says:

    Beautiful job Ann! Everything looks gorgeous

  57. Lovely bathroom remodel!
    Would you share the sink and toilet models you chose? I am overwhelmed by the decisions!
    Thank you!

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Kris! I added the toilet to the source list. I’m sorry I forgot all about it! The sinks are actually part of the countertop. It’s all one piece. It is man-made, not a natural stone. Because of my narrow depth, my only option was oval sinks…which I am very happy with. Thank you!

  58. Your bathroom turned out beautiful.

  59. Danae Stromberg says:

    Beautiful bathroom remodel! Just wondering about what you did instead of a medicine cabinet.

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Danae! I use the drawers in the vanity for things like toothpaste, combs, brushes, etc. I also have baskets in the linen closet where other items are stored. Thank you!

  60. It turned out so beautiful! Great job, Ann 👏

  61. Loving your bathroom especially the floor.

  62. Michelle Sumners says:

    5 stars
    You did great. You probably did the wisest and most classic decision on the shiplap and wallpaper for sure. You will be happy with it for years to come.

  63. Absolutely love it all!

  64. Deborah D says:

    My daughter put a peel n stick wallpaper over her mantel and it looks just like shipboard. She found it at Walmart.

  65. The bathroom looks perfect! Love all your choices. Thank you so much for providing links to the products – just ordered the shelf brackets from Pottery Barn and the plant holder with legs from Hobby Lobby for my home. Have been wanting to do something for the wall space above the toilet, forever. I’m going to copy quite a few of your ideas. Thanks for the inspiration.

  66. Stella Napier says:

    5 stars
    Absolutely gorgeous!

  67. Your bathroom came out beautifully! I’m glad you didn’t do shiplap, so nice to see a remodel without it. I also think it dates a look, your bathroom will look great for years and years. In a few years everyone is going to be trying to figure out how to cover up their shiplap.

    1. Stunning! I agree with Bobbi that you made the right choice to skip the shiplap. You’ve achieved a timeless look that you and your guests will love for years to come.

    2. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Bobbi…this made me laugh! Thank you…covering up shiplap is one problem I will not have!

  68. Oh Ann, your new bathroom is just beautiful!! I love the colors, textures and floor!!

  69. Gorgeous! I love the navy vanity with gold hardware. The floor tile looks beautiful. I was looking coward to this reveal and you did not disappoint. Wonderful job!

  70. Love it!! Absolutely beautiful!

  71. Beautiful remodel! I love the colors you chose!

  72. It looks beautiful and serene! I love all the finishes you chose and I prefer the “plain “ wall to shiplap. I think shiplap does add texture but it’s overused.

  73. Kathy Lux says:

    I absolutely love the bathroom. The colors are beautiful and it has a serene feel, which a touch of pizazz in the cabinets. Great job! On to the kitchen!

  74. Barbara Edwards Armacost says:

    Your bathroom is beautiful!! The items you picked are perfect. Everything goes together perfectly. Well done!!

  75. 5 stars
    Your bathroom is beautiful!! I’m sure you are going to really enjoy it.

  76. Stunning. Maybe you should be the designer for the construction company!

  77. Love the bath-excellent choices. Is your cultured granite finish the gloss or matte?

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Mary…it’s the gloss finish. It’s shiny, but not too shiny, if that makes sense!

  78. Karla Bannerman says:

    5 stars
    Just beautiful. You have the best taste in choosing things.

  79. I have been waiting patiently for your bathroom reveal. It looks lovely. So spa like and probably a pleasure to be in and use.😍Enjoy !!

  80. Anne Marie Gorman says:

    Congratulations on your finished bathroom. I was going to email you about its status. Looks great. A job well done.

  81. Ann, I think your bathroom remodel turned out perfect! After having remodeled our “downsizing” home, I know about second guessing. There are so many decisions and a limit to funds. Enjoy each beautiful and carefully thought out element. If your “plain” wall continues to bug you in the future, can I suggest stenciling? There are some beautiful ones available and you can make it very subtle. I did my powder room and I love it. I figured,”It’s only paint. If I don’t like it, I can paint over it. You did an amazing job!

  82. It’s soooo beautiful! Every little detail! I used paintable textured bead board wallpaper with chair railing in a half bath once. Bet you can come up with something if you want but everything is perfect as is!

  83. This is gorgeous! Love all the details.

  84. Jennie Auld says:

    Your new bathroom is quite beautiful. Really lovely.

  85. Sue Daugherty says:

    Absolutely beautiful. We are having a condo home built for us in about 18 months and now I am rethinking having a door on the bathroom linen closet. I love the way yours looks.

  86. Evelyn Marie Sandefur says:

    5 stars
    So beautiful. I believe I have the same small bathroom in my home built in 1970. You’ve given me great ideas. Thank you.

  87. Well it’s beautiful Ann you did a great job love it all very inspiring as always.

  88. Kittyluvr says:

    This renovation is just beautiful! My fav is the navy cabinets. I think they just set the tone for the whole project! Enjoy using every aspect of this beautiful room!

  89. Very nice! You waited a long tie for this and I know you will love it going forward. The crown molding around the shower just got noted for our next year project.

  90. Beautiful bathroom!!! All the finishes are perfect!! Good job!!

  91. Nancy Sharp says:

    The bathroom is lovely. I like all the finishes you chose. I especially love the linen closet.

  92. Wow! What an incredible transformation and inspiration! Like you I turn to Pinterest for all sorts of ideas, and I think that’s how I found you in the first place 😀. I live in Kent in the UK and we’re about to have a bungalow that was built in the 40’s and was extended in the 50’s the 60’s and the 80’s!! Great footprint but not so good inside, so it’s being remodelled from the inside out!! I’m dreading what they might find, but can’t wait till I get to add all the design features and details that will make this house our forever home. Thank you for all you share I love your posts, your inspiration and your joy in a job well done. Can’t wait to see what you share next.

  93. Ann, love the bath remodel. Question……what is the brand of your biotin shampoo and conditioner…..can’t quite make out the label…..also do you recommend it?

  94. Barbie Bertke says:

    Oh my gosh, I love it. You have done a wonderful job Ann.

  95. You did a great job Ann. Having done a bath remodel ourselves, it is overwhelming with all of the decisions that must be made. I like all of the choices you made to update your bath remodel…it is just lovely.

  96. Love your finished room. It’s very peaceful and not too busy
    Projects are fun and I. Glad for you that you didn’t get surprises that would have been costly. Seems like when we do projects. Something unexpected and costly pops up

    Great job thanks for sharing

  97. You did a beautiful job with your bathroom. It looks lovely along with all the towels
    and accessories.

  98. Ellen J Sorce says:

    What a huge transformation! I love it!

    1. Your bathroom is absolutely gorgeous! Where did you purchase the blue towel hanging on the wall? Is the picture on the shelf one of your printables?

      1. Ann Drake says:

        Hi Ann…the towel on the wall is part of a set from Williams-Sonoma. They are actually kitchen towels! I made the print on the shelf and framed it myself. I haven’t shared it on the blog yet, but will at some point. Thank you! Here is my affiliate link for the towels: