so I begged for more pictures and details.
I don’t mind the shower door with the transom thing,
but agree that the rest needed to go.
Here is the breathtaking after…
Help! I need CPR.
Can you believe that it’s the same bathroom?
Wall removal, which included a closet,
and the addition of the glass dividers
made such a difference and really opened things up.
Oona chose such lovely details for the space.
I am in love with those sconces and shades,
the sink console cabinetry, and accessories…
Royal Design Studio.
before I found the “how to” section very helpful.
The paints I used were regular latex.
My colors were:
base paint: Ralph Lauren “Natural Canvas”
stencil paint: Ralph Lauren “Edwardian Linen”"
Oona mounted the gold frame to the wall
and just the mirror opens by pressure touch,
exposing the shelves inside.
Adding the depth of the frame to the depth of the studs gave
her enough room to recess it.
If you’re reading,
Thank you Lisa for sharing
her bath with me to begin with.
It seems Oona is a true DIYer.
She even did all the contracting herself!
And thank you so much for your comments
and kind words, and waiting patiently
for me to return with a new project.
I feel guilty for abandoning my blog
these past several days, but it had to be done.
Thanks for understanding.
(I just figured out how to add hearts to my posts…I’ll make you sick of them, soon.)