I’m so excited to share this bathroom update with you today! Besides sewing, house projects are my very favorite kind of project, and seeing a space completely transform is so fun, don’t you think?
This little half bath at the front of our house has stumped me for the three and a half years we’ve lived here. The architecture is strange with angles and cut outs, and it’s so tiny so it’s hard to really do much in there. So we kind of just ignored it because I didn’t know what to do with it.
I did a project with Walls Need Love a few months ago for San’s nursery, and right around that time I discovered that they carried removable vinyl wallpaper! My mom loved wallpaper when I was growing up, so I’ve done tons of wallpapering and know how big of a pain it can be…to put on and take off. But an easy sticker that you stick on and then can peel right off? Now that’s a wallpaper I can get behind. It’s also a perfect non-permanent solution for us as renters.
It took a couple of hours to hang all the paper, and after it was done we could not stop commenting on how gorgeous it was. And then I had a total decorating bug and had to update a few other things because a room this pretty couldn’t stop there. We took the ugly oval mirror off the wall and replaced it with a black framed mirror, we replaced the dinky frames on the wall (that I’d never gotten around to actually filling…) with a beautiful graphite print, and then added little homey touches with a candle, fresh hand towels, and greenery.
I cannot even tell you how thrilled I am with how great it turned out. I love, love, love it.
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And because I love seeing BEFORE & AFTERS, I have to share these ones so you can see how much better this room looks!
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salt lake city temple wall print
I love the wallpapper, it is so nice!
Would you mind sharing the source for your top? Thanks!
It’s J.Crew, but I got it like three years ago. Sorry!
Was it hard to do the wall that had an angle? Would love to do this in our half bath but the particular wall that I want to do is angled. Thank you!
Not hard at all! Before I peeled off the backing, I held it up and folded it over and made a crease. Then I cut it along the fold. Super easy!
I see that your walls are textured! After you put up the wallpaper, did it smooth out the wall? Could you still tell that your walls were textured underneath?
You can tell, but it’s not noticeable and it looks great regardless!
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