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Contrast and Compare, Shall We?

Over the summer, we remodeled our bathroom. I discussed my ideas in this post. And now, today, I am going to share the 95% finished product.

Let’s go back and remind ourselves what 1955 looked like:

Adios. We’ll be friends another time, okay?

Here’s the during:

The Mold Cave

Drum Roll Please….

I present to you an updated 1955

[Left Photo] Love my knobs from Anthropologie. House of Honey bowl was blogged about here. Jars are from Cost Plus. [Right Photo] My beloved artwork is from 1969 and I just bought it at the thrift store on Monday. It was originally 80 dollars but I serendipitously went on a 50 percent off day. For those who suck at math, that means it was only 40 bucks. The Husband helped me hang it up last night and now he thinks I’m a risk taker for hanging artwork over a tub we don’t use. (We shower on the opposite end of the bathroom). He has a point and I’m hoping our vent keeps just enough moisture out to hold this piece intact. I’ll keep you posted.

Look at what else I moved around:

Just some stuff in these shelves.

  1. January 5, 2011

    I Lovett!!!!! 🙂

  2. January 5, 2011

    Gorgeous! I love your light fixture.

  3. January 5, 2011

    Cool and Refreshing! Love it Irene!

  4. January 6, 2011

    It looks amazing! Great job!

  5. January 6, 2011

    Major improvement! Well done!

  6. January 6, 2011

    It looks so great! I love the colors you chose! And the shelves are equally beautiful.

  7. January 6, 2011

    Oooh, it looks so much better now – it must feel so good. I love your floor tiles. 🙂

  8. January 8, 2011


  9. January 30, 2011

    I love tbis bathroom! What is that paint color? It’s beautiful!

  10. February 11, 2011

    I LOVE this wall color! Could you tell me what paint you guys used? It’s perfect!

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  1. […] a quick reminder of the inspiration image we’re holding on to. Love that subway […]

  2. […] We ripped three closets and a hallway open in April of 2011 in hopes of throwing together a perfect little full bath in the middle of the house (we eventually have plans to turn the current full bathroom into the master bath so the addition of a new one was necessary). More on this soon, but it took a lot longer than anticipated. Inspiration image found here. […]

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