Monday, November 7, 2016

Little Bathroom Reveal

Hi Friends,
You're probably tired of my projects
and well,
I am too.
But as promised I'm ready to share
the finished rooms
starting with
the first little bathroom on the first floor.


This  bath is tucked down a little hall 
off the entryway next to my guys office.

The door sign was a little find
from Magnolia Market when we visited last winter.


Since I used dark browns and chocolate with tone on tone neutrals throughout,
I created a designer mosaic niche in the shower with those colors
to tie the room together.
Subway tile in white was used for the shower wall and we kept the pretty white tub
now considered vintage.

Remember the sweet vintage coral colored tulip vase
from my tea cup gift last week?
Look how pretty  it is here.
The floor is Rialto in a natural Terra Cotta color
so it makes the perfect  accent 
and I love it!!
Thanks again Martha.


Rubbed oil bronze fixtures are used throughout my cottage
so once again I added them here.

Slowly over the last few years, we've said goodbye to the old brass fixtures.



This ivory shower curtain was in my stash so I 
used it once again.

It's great how treasures you already have look like new when
you use them in different ways from other areas.


Inside the shower is a high window
and again, I had this tone on tone valance 
and it worked great.
I hemmed it a bit shorter and was in business.


The granite sink top was done a couple years ago when we 
updated our master bath.
Since we had a whole slab of granite to work with
we used it all by adding it here and also to a counter top
 in my sewing laundry room.
This way, there was no waste of granite and we utilized the whole slab.



Keeping with the tone on tone of ivory and white.
I added a wood applique to the cabinet front painted white.
This sink cabinet was also a reloved piece with chalk paint
and a little distress.
You can see why I used the colors in the shower niche 
to pull the room together.

This vintage cabinet was a sweet gift from my Grandmother
many years ago.
Again, painted ivory with the addition of wood appliques painted white.


The little basket wrapped in burlap carries the colors of the room
in the wash clothes.
A simply accent that pulls the room together.


The mirror, another gift from my grandmother
many years ago,
was originally a flat wall mirror.

My hubby created a boxed cabinet
behind it,
 making the mirror become a door
and
 now it serves as a medicine chest with shelves inside for essentials.



I painted the mirror frame ivory with lots of distress.
Can you see the etched design on the mirror?
That's original to the mirror 
and the white etching
picks up the white from around the room
and ties in the design to the wood applique on the cabinet front.


This little helper table
was one I found on a junkin trip.
Again it was  painted  ivory and I added a French graphic to the front. 
Here I used a transfer technique by naking a reverse copy on an inject printer
and rubbed the design onto the wood.
I then went over the design with a black sharpie to brighten it up where needed.



A few fall towels from my stash for the season.


The fun part of this room, I can change out the accent color to anything.
Right now I have fall colors
but I am looking forward to Christmas 
with pops of red and green or maybe all white winter accents.


A few fun pieces from junkin finds added for wall art.


Two sweet bathroom drawings I found and painted the mattes brown.


For this wall piece, I added a French graphic 
in layers to the front 
and
rubbed oil bronze for the frame.


Well, that's it for this bathroom 
using most of what I already had and reloved
with just the addition of subway tile and granite.



The dust is cleaned up now and after many hours of hard work,
I can tell you  I am so glad to be finished
before the holidays too.

Next time I'll share the second  floor bathroom
redesigned and complete.

Wishing you a great week.
See you soon.

49 comments:

Joyce Mayer said...

Lovely. Love all the sentiment from your Grandmother.

Hugs

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Good Morning my friend!
So many exquisite details. I can only imagine the joy and delight that you have in your heart these days. So very lovely that you were able to incorporate your Grandmother's mirror into your decor. I love it when we are able to bring our families into our decorating style.
I am heading to your etsy shop, I think I've spied something that I just have to have!
xoxo
Jemma

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

This looks wonderful! The designer tile in the shower is perfect and I love the subway tile. Your accents throughout are so cute. That's an interesting mirror and I like how you tied in the white accents with it! You must be so happy to be all finished with the bathrooms!

LJ L said...

Celestina Marie, Great design, color coordination and exquisite decorative decor!
LJ

Anna said...

What a lovely little bathroom !!!! Une petite merveille !!!! Tout est de très bon goût !!!
Have a nice week !
Hug
Anna

craftyles said...

Oh my, it looks wonderful. Love the french accents. I really like how you talk us through your design decisions. That helps me when I make my own decisions. Love how you used the washcloths and the pretty vase to tie in your color scheme. My favorite is your grandmas mirror. Just lovely!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

CM- you have done a remarkable job, my friend!

Well done - what a lovely bathroom! All your frugal efforts have certainly paid off!

Lisa said...

Celeste it is so pretty! Every element you've used is perfect in the space but it's all the sweet touches you've added that really make it special! Well done Friend!

Valerie-Jael said...

Fantastic project, you have made it into an elegant place! Hugs, Valerie

Penny from Enjoying The Simple Things said...

Your little bath turned out beautiful!

Donna said...

Your bath redo turned out just beautiful, Celestina! I love the colors you used, and the shower niche, too! And I especially love how you reused treasures you already had. Love the waffle weave shower curtain! Can't wait to see your 2nd bath redo. And no, I would never get tired of seeing your amazing projects!!:)

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

This is really wonderful! I love the colors and all of the details. You did a fantastic job.

Happy Fall ~ FlowerLady

BarberryLane Designs said...

It isn't the work for doing a room, it's the clean-up. Im still finding construction dust everywhere, it seems to linger as it's own entity. Your bathroom is lovely, just the right mix of vintage and new. Now that the house is done, hubby looked at the bathrooms and said, 'next'. But not until after the holidays..ugh!
Thanks for sharing your complete room. Sandi

Debbie Harris said...

What Beautiful little bathroom down the hall.
Your husband had a great idea making a box cabinet for that mirror of your grandmother's, loved it!
Your new vase looked darling where you placed it. :-)

Thank you for sharing your beauty with us once again, Celestina.
I'm always amazed by you~~

Have a most blessed week~~

Karen@Southern Gal Meets Midwest said...

Beautiful! I am in love with the oil rubbed bronze you used. Looks like all your hard work paid off. Enjoy your new space :)

Linda Walker said...

Hi Celeste,
I love this! It is so beautifully done, so cozy... with all your reused items and especially the mirror that your grandmother gave you! The little extra touches of pieces you painted and decorated are so special and so you!!! If I had seen this bathroom somewhere else, I would have known it was your work. It has your midas touch! Well done my friend!
xo
Linda

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

Looks lovely Celeste. Lots of planning and design decisions are clearly seen in your remodel. I applaud your repurposing and incorporating vintage and antique and the meaningful reminder from you Grand mother. Have a wonderful new week.
xoxo,
Vera

Alessandra said...

It looks so pretty!!! I love the colours and especially the vintage cabinet. The pieces you painted are works of art!Thank you very much for your kind visits and sweet words
Hugs Alessabdra

Rose L said...

So cute! Job well done!

Kathy Moreland said...

So beautiful!! Love!

Eilis said...

Your bathroom looks charming! I am a big fan of using what you have, and that shower curtain is perfect.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Hello dearest Celeste! You work so hard and your home is truly a work of heart. Bravo, and enjoy!

Smareis said...

Eu adorei as cores e os detalhes. Maravilhoso.
Ótima semana!
Abraço grande!
Blog da Smareis

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Love how it turned out and the pieces that were your Grandma's!
warmly,
deb

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh my friend it all looks so beautiful. I love the tone on tone and it makes it so easy to change for the seasons. Your touches are ever so pretty with grandmother's treasures included. Thanks for giving us a peek! xxoo

Linda M. said...

I love all the Celestina touches. It's lovely and cozy and inviting. The tile and granite are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

TexWisGirl said...

i like the tile inset - and the antique vase in it. :)

NanaDiana said...

Celeste, I just love it all. You did a great job pulling all the bits and pieces together. I love your tile choices and the artwork and the mirror from your grandmother is really special. Great idea to make it into a medicine chest.
Hope you have a great evening. xo Diana
ps. Do you just keep walking into the bathroom and admiring it now that it is done? I do that. lol

Mildred said...

How very beautiful! I love everything. Especially nice that you can change the colors with the seasons. Have a great week.

Kim said...

The room is beautiful and I just adore all of your sweet and sentimental decorative touches!!

Consider It All Joy said...

It's wonderful, Celeste! I'm sure it was a lot of labor intensive work but it turned out fantastic and you must love it! You definitely have a keen eye and decorators touch! Absolutely Beautiful!! Bless You, Cindy xo

Blondie's Journal said...

Celeste...your new bath is beyond beautiful. I can see all of the unique touches you've made and it makes a world of difference. I especially love the cabinet you inherited. I love pieces like that in something unexpected like a bathroom!

Great job! Be proud of yourself! ;-D

Jane

Claudia said...

Hi Celeste, my dear friend, I LOVE your little BAthroom!
It looks so wonderful, you made it so filled with Love and Memories ... really well done, my friend!
Sending Love and hugs for a blessed and joyful week!
Claudia xo

Daniela said...

Dearest Celestina
your bathroom is simply stunning, congratulations on your achievement, everything is so perfect, every little detail is filled with charm ...!

Hope you're having the best of weeks,
I'm sending my dearest love to you

Xx Dany

Stacey said...

Your bathroom is so pretty! It has such elegant touches and I love the way the granite and tiles go together. Your subway tile mixed with others really inspires me. :)

Summer said...

Looks so cozy and beautiful ♥

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Oh what a pretty pretty bathroom. You really outdid yourself. Thanks so much for sharing the bathroom with us. Like all the lovely items in there, they all worked together nicely.

Have a great week and I bet your glad that it's finished.

Hugs,
Mary

Creations By Cindy said...

Dear Celestina, How absolutely beautiful! I love it all. Everything is so lovely. I even bet your toilet paper is pretty! LOL! What a sweet sentiment from your grandmother. It's those special treasures in our lives that bring us so much joy and many wonderful memories. So glad you shared with us. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Deborah Montgomery said...

Beautiful Celeste! I love how you used so many repurposed and heirloom items. And it's great that it is all so neutral so you can change out the decor to fit any season or holiday. And oh, replacing all the brass . . . that's a big job! Can't wait to see everything else you've been doing. xo Deborah

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Celestina Marie,

Your bathroom is gorgeous and love all the beautiful touches you have done. You and your husband are so talented with what you do. Such a great idea turning the mirror into a medicine chest. Thanks for showing us your creative decorating work.
Hope you are having a lovely week
Hugs
Carolyn

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

I love how everything works back to everything else! That is how I like to decorate. You can go on forever doing it and change it up a lot too. You were very smart to go neutral. It all is very pretty!

Cynthia said...

Oh my Celeste, this room is gorgeous. Adore the cabinet from your grandma and the table with the graphic is darling. You are amazing

Cindy

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

Hello Celestina, wow your bathroom looks so beautiful and I love how you decorated it! I hope you enjoy it.
Thanks for the congrats on blogging. The time has gone by so fast and I'm so happy that we are blog friends.
Hope you have a wonderful week. :)
Hugs, Julie

Daphne Bryson said...

Good Evening Celestina Marie, Your bathroom is so lovely. I adore all the pieces which hold such special memories for you.
It is always hard work when we renovate, but once the job is finished, we can sit back and admire our handiwork.... the part I always love.
You must be thrilled with your work.
Have a lovely evening.
Best Wishes
Daphne

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Celestina: I love your remodel. I did notice the tulip vase. It all looks so pretty. Always a pleasure to visit. Hugs,Martha

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Really lovely, Celeste. Such a great job and the colors are warm and welcoming. You have some pretty accessories and everything looks really pretty together. I know how great the feeling is when the dust is all cleaned up. Thanks for your visit to me..Happy Wednesday..xxoJudy

Createology said...

My dear Celeste you have created a lovely powder room that is beautiful and functional. It is fun to re-purpose items and find new uses for favorite treasures. Your home is always so inviting and elegantly comfortable.

La Petite Gallery said...

Now I would have bought that sign too. Lovely
Happy Thanksgiving. yvonne

Stephanie said...

Sweet friend, I don't think I could ever get tired of your projects! You are such a beautiful inspiration in all that you do and say :)

Your "Powder Room" is simply stunning! I love the details you add like the sweet little soaps, pretty hand towels, and rolled-up wash cloths. Every little touch matters.

Have a blessed weekend, dear one. Love and hugs to you!

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Welcome To Rose Garden Market from Celestina Marie Design. It is so nice to meet you. My name is Celestina Marie named after my grandmother and my friends call me Celeste.My creative journey extends over 30 years enjoying the love of painting and redesigning vintage and new treasures. I love to go treasure hunting and the fun of finding great vintage pieces to redesign..