Thursday, May 12, 2016

ONE ROOM CHALLENGE POWDER BATH REVEAL!


Hello there, friends!  I'm so glad you've stopped by today, and I've been so excited to share this room with my readers!  If you're new here today visiting all of the wonderful One Room Challenge Room Reveals, welcome!  I'm honored to have you here.

Many thanks go to the creator of this challenge, encouraging us all along the way, Linda from Calling It Home.  It's such a great opportunity to accomplish a complete makeover in 6 short weeks, or at least get further along than you were when you started.


This day arrived quickly, and it was a total sprint to the finish line!  I've worked the past 5 weeks to make over my Powder Bath.  What started as what I thought would be a fairly quick and easy makeover turned into a mountain of a project (and it didn't help that one of the major design elements changed somewhere around the end of week 4).

Let's step back and revisit the room 6 weeks ago... dark, dated, and boring, and completely out of place in our home.



 If you've missed any previous weeks, I'd love for you to catch up here-
Finally, after all of that work and plenty of late nights, here we are today!

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I added all of the custom moulding around the bottom half of the room.  I lost track, I still want to go back and count how many hundreds of cuts I made!

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About a week and a half ago I decided to change the pattern that I had planned to paint on the top half of the walls.  After considering a few options, I landed on painting a gingham/ buffalo check pattern.  Even though this room is full of walls (7!) and angles, I wanted to turn the check diagonally and wrap it around the room.  Let me tell you,  THAT took some doing and about a week of work, but I am SO, SO happy with how it turned out!

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I knew I wanted to accent with some sort of green artwork.  My sister and I brainstormed and came up with the plan to do some fun photo art with the kids.  I've been dying to do these big acrylic frames for a while, and thought this would be the perfect spot rather than using a bulky frame that would take away from the pattern on the walls. (DIY Acrylic Frame Tutorial here)

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SURPRISE!  I don't think I gave this hint at all, but I added some fun to the back side of the door.  Because black and white gingham is nothing without some pink!  ;)  I also added moulding to this side of the door to match what was already on the front.

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We had the wiring re-done so we could switch from one light over the mirror to a pair of sconces flanking it.  I could not be more in love with this pair from Lamps Plus.  They are sturdy and a nice weight and are probably the nicest light fixtures in my home!  I added the black ribbon to give some detail to the shade.

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Since this room is so small and there's not many options for "styling" it, I made an effort to make every detail not only functional, but beautiful.  We added this chunky lucite and brass robe hook to the back of the door, in case it's needed for guests to hang a change of clothes or even an extra towel.

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And, I'm pretty sure you've never seen a more beautiful toilet paper holder!  Like I said, even the practical can be pretty!

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More details- This giraffe print makes me smile every time I see it.  A sweet reader (and fellow Okie!) was kind enough to send me these custom towels just for my makeover.  Since I had to scrap my plans to do spotted walls, we gave that original plan a little nod by adding some spotted trim to one of the towels, which also has my "G" initial, but in black if I want to switch them out.  Be sure to stop by her Etsy shop, August Ave., for super cute towels (it's time for graduation and wedding season!).

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One more lucite and brass piece to round out the hardware- this towel bar is stunning!

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This pedestal sink is tricky, it is not really accommodating for any accessories.  A soap pump is usually too big, and soap dishes don't fit well either.  I found this fun rock shaped soap and chose to use it on it's own in the sink's small spot carved out for soap, and it smells wonderful!

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Even though my design plan changed more than half way through, this Dash and Albert Rug from Mintwood Home still fit right in.  That's the beauty of a classic pattern like this... it works almost anywhere.

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I'm just so, so happy every time I walk by this room now!  I kinda just want to stand in the door and stare...

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Thanks for being here today, I'd love to hear what you think of my room (and if you really like it, I'd appreciate if you would Pin It!).  I'd also love for you to follow me here:

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Before we go, how about a side by side B&A?  I can't believe this room is mine- actually I can... I shed plenty of blood, sweat, and near tears in here the past 5 weeks!

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I'd like to give a huge thank you to these companies for partnering with me and supplying products for this makeover.  Each one of these items totally made the room!   
Lamps Plus - Sconces  ||  Mintwood Home - Giraffe Artwork and Rug  ||  Lux HoldUps - Bath Hardware  ||  August Ave. Towels- Custom Hand Towels

OTHER SOURCES (*some affiliate links used):
Small Table- old Target, makeover here  ||  Blue and White Jar- Ross Dress for Less  ||   Mirror- second hand  ||  Glass Door Knob- Lowe's  ||  Green Geode Hand Soap- Anthropologie  ||  Small Blue and White Vase  ||  Bamboo Frame and Milk Glass Dish- vintage  ||  Green Candle- TJ Maxx

ROOM PROJECTS:
DIY Acrylic Floating Frame Photo Art
Hand Painted Gingham Wall
How To Add Custom Door Moulding

PAINT COLORS:
Lower Portion of Wall with Moulding- custom matched to existing woodwork
Ceiling and Top White Squares- Simply White, Benjamin Moore
Light Gray Squares- Agreeable Gray, Sherwin Williams
Medium Gray Squares- Agreeable Gray, mixed at 175% (plus a little more black added)
Black Squares- Tricorn Black
Mirror Frame- Rustoleum Berry Pink spray paint
Back of Door- Dragon Fruit, Sherwin Williams (darkened a bit)
Acrylic Frame Hardware and Door Knob Hardware- Rustoleum Metallic Gold Spray Paint

Now, there are over 200 others who are revealing their rooms today as well!  Stop by Calling It Home to check them all out.  Plenty of reading for over the weekend, I can't wait to look through all of them!

If you loved this space, you might enjoy my One Room Challenge project from last Spring, too- my Master Bedroom!




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141 comments:

  1. This has to be my all time favorite powder room. Stunning...love!

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  2. Home. Run! Your monogram is amazing. I mean, the whole space is nuts... but so unique and memorable! Love it!

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  3. I'm SO glad you went for the buffalo check pattern - now you've got a totally unique space! The pops of pink are awesome too. Love that door!

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  4. It is so, so, so chic and cute the same time! I am a diy blogger from Greece and I always find inspiration in your blog. I love so much your style!!! Congratulations for this gorgeous transformation!!!

    http://artdecorationcrafting.blogspot.gr/

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  5. This bathroom is simply amazing! Every details makes for a stunning space! Love it!!!

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  6. Jennifer it is simply stunning and looks so much bigger! Great job as always.

    Judy

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  7. I am so impressed with your moulding and also with the gingham painting. Paired with the pink and lucite details, it all came together to make one incredible room! I love it!

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  8. It really is fabulous! I love that it is light and bright.

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  9. Jennifer it's so beautiful and fun. This is my new favorite space of yours. I think the gingham worked out so much better. I've been thinking about using gingham ever since seeing several upholstered pieces on different blogs. Now you really make me want to finally do it. That pink door was the perfect detail. I just love everything so much.

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  10. Wow! This room is gorgeous and so unique! You have an amazing talent! I have been anxiously waiting for the reveal and it is just amazing...love your blog!

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  11. Jennifer - I absolutely LOVE this powder room! The black and white check wallpaper absolutely made the room - amazing choice! I saw the thumbnail on the link-up and knew it had to be you! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!

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    1. She actually taped off and hand-painted that buffalo check. Looks like wallpaper but it's not! Amazing, isn't it?

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  12. Get out of town! This is soooo fabulous! The check print looks absolutely flawless!! Amazing job Jennifer! It is Gorgeous!

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  13. Absolutely stunning! Black, white, and pink are my favorite color combination. This is the best powder room I've ever seen. You did an amazing job!

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  14. What a simply stunning bathroom! I really love the buffalo check and crisp white mouldings. Wow, it's just so cheerful and bright with the pops of pink. I love it and can't imagine how hard you've worked on it all. Bravo!!

    Betsy Gordon
    West of the Square Designs

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  15. Jennifer, this transformation is stunning! I can't believe what a difference the buffalo check walls make - they're gorgeous. The entire space screams chic. Love the pink touches too. Hugs, CoCo

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  16. Wow, wow, WOW! What a fantastic bathroom! I love the wall treatment (molding AND paint) - although my head is spinning thinking about the amount of work involved in JUST that part! The pink door is a fantastic addition, and the giraffe print is perfect. Well done! Seeing all of these reveals makes me wish I had been able to somehow squeeze in the ORC this round - next time!!

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  17. I can imagine how hard this room was to photograph but I am so impressed, the pictures came out great! In fact, the whole space looks ahhhhhhmazing! That buffalo check wall must have been a crazy undertaking to get done but it is so striking. And I love the moulding. LOVE love. So many beautiful details in one little room. You really outdid yourself.

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  18. I really love this transformation. The gingham walls are too amazing. And I love that pink door. Great job!

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  19. That is an amazing transformation! Such a happy space--I love it! It must have been so much work, but it came out just beautifully :)
    Amy

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  20. WOW Jennifer! So much pretty in a small space - the molding totally makes it, worth all of the cuts! Obsessed with the pops of pink! Jana

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  21. I love it! It's such a happy room. I love the lucite hook and those SCONCES. Obsessed. And the buffalo check with the molding is a great pairing. Congrats on finishing this awesome spot!

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  22. oh jennifer this is stunning! the walls are the showstopper, but i also love the moldings and the lucite. you totally killed it!

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  23. Jennifer, wow!!! I am massively impressed by those walls - they must have taken you forever!!! There are so many beautiful elements but I especially love the moulding you added - it takes this room to a whole new level! The lights are stunning too!!! You are incredible!!

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  24. Everything is gorgeous, Jennifer! Well done! Now can you come do my powder bath? I loved every single detail.

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  25. O.M.G.!!!!!!! Love, love, love everything about this room. You did an amazing job! Congratulations on a job way more than well done.

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  26. Jennifer, I'm speechless! This room is stunning. Those checks on the wall had to be a mathematical nightmare but it's beautiful. All the details add up to perfection.

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  27. Seriously the happiest bathroom in the world!!!! Forget using it only as a bathroom, I'd bring in an iPad so I could watch TV in there, have my lunch in there, on and on :D It's gorgeous!

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  28. It turned out amazing just like I knew it would! The pink is a nice surprise! ;)I would stand and stare for days at those walls - they are perfection! Great job!

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  29. AMAZING!!!! The patience it must have taken to add the moldings and PAINT THOSE CHECKS!? I am in awe! I love the final result - so pretty!!!

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  30. Amazing! Beautiful and elegant, but so fun with the unexpected pink. I like the buffalo check so much more than the spots.

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  31. Wow! I can't even imagine the amount of work it took to paint that pattern. It looks amazing.

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  32. What a great room! Magazine worthy for sure! The amount of work you put in is incredible -- but well worth it! Congratulations!

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  33. OMG love! such a creative bathroom, the handwork paid off it looks fantastic!

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  34. Wow!! So crazy good Jennifer! One of the best before and afters I have ever seen! You worked so hard and did it! You took it to a whole new level and it's really such an inspiring and beautiful space. High five!!

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  35. Love, love, love it! Seriously my favorite reveal of all one room challenge rooms. You knocked it out of the park.

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  36. Just gorgeous! I love your aesthetic--but my, that is a lot of plaid! I can't imagine how painstaking it was to pint it. Congrats on finishing the ORC!

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  37. Amazing. I agree with Shelley- it's so happy! The custom moulding and Buffalo check walls are dreamy. You are so talented‼️

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  38. that is incredible. and that wall is painted. AMAZING. looks like perfection!

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  39. Every detail is so on spot. Of COURSE you could take a boring little bathroom and make it so stinkin' cute! Well done friend!

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  40. Wow! I can only imagine what a painstaking paint job that was! Looks awesome and so very Jennifer! Congrats on another awesome ORC!

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  41. Oh my goodness, I can't even with those stunning walls!!! It looks exactly like you and I'd want to spend my day hanging out in the doorway too! Beautiful photography, my friend! Congrats!!

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  42. It is gorgeous. And the new look makes it look twice as big as the before. Well done!

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  43. Absolutely in love Jennifer!!!! The buffalo check pattern on the walls alone made me squeal with delight, and you make me want to change up all the bathroom fixtures in mine! Just lovely! Congrats again for another great makeover! Cheers!

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  44. I can't even wrap my head around how you did the walls. It looks amazing. And I need those hand towels and that mirror. Beautiful details and photography.

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  45. Oh my word, this is totally amazing. I can't even imagine the work that went into those plaid walls. They look fabulous. Everything is beyond gorgeous.

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  46. This is absolutely gorgeous! I love it all, but my fave part is those gorgeous lucite/acrylic accents. Bravo!

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  47. What a dramatic difference! Love what you did!

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  48. I cannot believe you hand painted those walls! I did a stencil and thought that was hard. Wow!!

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  49. My very favorite project of yours--ever! Totally worth all of the headache and heartache. I would lock myself in there and just sit :)

    And, I'd love to know how you got such light and bright photos in a powder room.

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  50. I agree with Paige, that you hand painted all of it. I did stencil took me two weeks to get the pattern stream lined. Love love the walls and the splash of pink really adds the glamour to it.

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  51. I agree with Paige, that you hand painted all of it. I did stencil took me two weeks to get the pattern stream lined. Love love the walls and the splash of pink really adds the glamour to it.

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  52. Now this is a Jennifer space! (: It’s absolutely incredible! One of my favorite ORC spaces!!! I love the pops of pink and really just every element! Congrats!!

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  53. Oh, wow. That buffalo check pattern really hugs the room. Love the pops of pink and lucite in the space too. Great job!

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  54. Such an amazing space! I think I probably need a buffalo check wall somewhere (maybe everyone does), and I love those acrylic frames and that pink door!

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  55. Ho-ly. Crap. Jennifer, this is amazing! The amount of work you did? Wow. It's such a beautiful, fun space. That door is gorgeous.

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  56. Gorgeous .... Love it... You're soooo talented!!!

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  57. THATS PAINT?! Holy crap woman. Bravo.

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  58. This. Is. AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!! SO, SO, SO good!! Congrats, girl!

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  59. Oh Jennifer this is STUNNING! Seriously, what a major transformation! You're eye for design and major DIY's are always fun to see come to life and the walls are my favorite! Love seeing your signature green and the pink on the back of the door! Hardware is fab too! BRAVO my friend on yet another fab ORC! XOXO, Sarah

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  60. You have packed so much style into this small space! That wall treatment is bananas. Love all the colourful details.

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  61. Stunning! I think this is my favorite project that you've done. Between cutting the moulding and painting the walls, I would be cross-eyed! :) I absolutely love the plaid pattern & colors and the pink accents are perfection. The hardware is absolutely beautiful ~ so unique!

    xo
    Pat

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  62. I love that gingham wall! That must have taken ages to get all the angles right. And the bright pink is perfect with it. What a great space!

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  63. That is one power-packed powder room!! The colors, finishes, and that wall are freaking gorgeous.
    And FUN. So full of personality. Love the pink door. You rocked it.

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  64. Wow!!! Your new powder room is stunning!! I love every little detail, especially the pops of pink mixed perfectly with the bold buffalo check. It came out so beautifully!! I think this space is about to go viral on Pinterest! Really stunning work!

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  65. Wow! I cant believe you PAINTED that buffalo check print. You are amazingly talented.

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  66. Bravo! So sweet and fun colors too. Hope you time to relax after all your amazing work.

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  67. Wow!! This is absolutely stunning! I would just sit in there and stare too :) amazing job!

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  68. Are you kidding me?!?! Can I live in your bathroom. I am literally obsessed with EVERY detail to the lucite + brass details to the frames to the surprise pink DOO! AAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

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  69. Wow! This room is not only beautiful but so original! I love the pink accents and the lucite against those amazing walls. So impressive and still really cool. Love it all!

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  70. I love what you have done. Amazing work and talent! Everything is perfect!

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  71. I can't believe you painted that buffalo check! So impressive! The entire room turned out great!

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  72. You are my hero! "She's bringing color baaaack!" This room is EVERYTHING and I am so inspired and awed by you.

    I'm looking forward to the tutorials...especially the door molding.

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  73. Love it all! Great job! I can't name just one thing because it's just all that good!

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  74. I have never commented on a blog before but this is absolutely gorgeous!! I have copied several of the things you've done in your home and I always get compliments on them. Your talent and imagination are incredible!

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  75. Where to start, so much gorgeousness in this room. The wainscot is super professional, the gingham paint is original and makes a grand statement, and the accessories are adorable, especially that giraffe! Well done!!!

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  76. wow everything looks so beautiful... awesome changes...

    Cielo

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  77. Jennifer, good giggly wiggly! I would want to stop in the doorway and stare all the time too. This room is amazing...down to the soap and the TP holder. You did a GREAT job and you need to bask in this fabulousness!

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  78. WOWZERS!!!!! Jennifer this is spectacular!!! Amazing all around.

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  79. O. M. G.!!!! Stunning! Speechless! you are so talented! I love what you do and wish I could borrow you for just a month or two! WOW. WOW. WOW

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  80. what the what?....pure perfection, every detail. LOVE!!!

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  81. Your bathroom is gorgeous! I just love the black and white check with the pink accents!

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  82. Wow! What an amazing transformation - it's so beautiful, light and bright. I totally love all the pink touches. You have me wanting to jump right into my next transformation and take on the powder bath!
    Tricia // Suburban Bitches

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  83. Beautiful. Best transformation ever!

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  84. Wow. All I can say is: AMAZING! Love it, great job!

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  85. Stunning! Love the pink mirror and door for the surprise element. And the buffalo check is simply amazing. Naturally the edges of the sconces perfectly aligned with the check pattern. Perfection!!

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  86. So Amazing! One of the best transformations I've ever seen. I love the whimsy and color! Congratulations on the beautiful makeover.

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  87. Those walls... I can't even imagine how you pulled it off. This is a show stopping space. Bravo!

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  88. The little details in this space make it such a jewel. I adore the acrylic hardware. But the pink... I just love the surprise of pink you added!

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  89. Love, love ,love it! It is gorgeous. You are so talented.

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  90. Love everything about this room! Great work!!!

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  91. Oh my. THIS is gorgeous. I just love every, single detail. Job well done!

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  92. Stunning. All. Of. It. The pink with the gold jewelry against that gingham makes me catch my breath.

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  93. Amazing! This room is by far my favorite of the One Room Challenges. I think your walls were worth the frustration and hard work!

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  94. Oh this is amazing!! How could you NOT be happy in that little space?! It's so creative and the walls are incredible - I love how the pattern merges around the room. I also adore the pink door, the touches of lucite, the little giraffe print, the dotty towel... okay yeah just all of it. Superb job!! xxx

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  95. Wow - how awesome, Jennifer! I love, love, love the wallpaper!

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  96. Wow!!! It is beyond stunning. You are truly talented. Love it. The most dramatic ORC I have seen.

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  97. So great and unique and just beautiful! And I love that your new wallpaper matches your top on your profile pic too :)

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  98. This is the happiest bathroom on the planet- I am obsessed! You need to be along side Carleton Varney at the Greenbrier designing ;) SO GOOD!

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  99. Gorgeous! This is like a very well put together outfit that makes you have a little pep in your step when you go out in it. I can understand why you would want to stop and stare.

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  100. Jennifer this is absolutely amazing! I cannot believe you did ALL of this in such a small space. And your photos rock! Still not over the wall treatment either!! Definitely one of my faves!

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  101. Love that pink door! Congrats on finishing! I think everyone involved in the One Room Challenge slept really, really well last night...I know I did! :)

    Rachel@TrailerTrashTreasureTrove

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  102. What a fun space! When you said you were wanting to count how many angles you cut, I actually started the process in my head, and realized it was A LOT, and quit. I love the pops of pink and all the prints. Fabulous job!

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  103. This is just stunning! The mixture of pattern and colors is perfect! I followed your progress on this and am still amazed at how it turned out! Bravo!

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  104. I'm a first time visitor to your page and this reveal has me hooked and over the moon with awe. Did you notice that your profile pic matches your wall treatment? LOL I think that's funny, but also a sign that you made the right choice. Exceptional job and I look forward to the tutorials. 😀

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  105. Wow!! Showstopper! I can't believe you painted those walls - just fabulous! And I'm pretty sure my powder rooms need that TP holder & rock soap STAT ;)

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  106. Absolutely Stunning! Wow! I love the walls and the towel bars. I am not always a pink decor person but the pop of pink is a show stopper. You did an amazing job.

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  107. Amazing! That check paint looks like it could be wallpaper. You did such an amazing job, now time to enjoy the space :)

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  108. Absolutely amazing, Jennifer!! I'm never surprised at what a great job you do of making your home yours and beautiful!

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  109. I love your updated bathroom! I am working on one of my own. I was wondering what finish you chose for your lucite assessories. Love the pops of pink!

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  110. Oh sweet lady! This space is absolutely INCREDIBLE! I know how much you put into it and it is worth. every. moment. You absolutely blew me away with the final reveal! The wall pattern + the pink = inspired! Wonderful job Jennifer!

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  111. Wow wow wow! It's all so fantastic! I love the buffalo check!

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  112. So fabulous, the whole thing is a piece of art-museum quality!

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  113. What a great space! Love all the details, & the touches of pink!

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  114. I was so skeptical about the buffalo check when you mentioned it in your last post, but I'm totally into it! It's so regal and chic. Such a small room, but a huge statement!
    Well done!
    -Kristen
    www.pugsandpearls.com

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  115. Is pink the new green? Wow, just wow. What a transformation. You must LOVE your new powder room. Move over shiplap - buffalo check is the new thing!

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  116. WOW! That room is amazeballs! I guarantee you it will end up in the pages of a magazine, no question about it. I love it! Every detail!

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  117. DITTO, DITTO, DITTO. Amazing Makeover!!!

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  118. Spectacular! Just show-stopping. Congrats!

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  119. I love the pops of Pink!! It is such an improvement! It gives me an Alice in Wonderland vibe a little bit and I love it! Such a fun space.

    - Jaclyn

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  120. Wow!!! What a way to own those different angles in a tiny space like this. First of kudos for using such a bold pattern and mixing with paneling at the bottom. Secondly the pop of that color just demands attention, all the lucite details- just divine. Simply put- your powder room is a classic example of go big or go home- you took chances and executed beautifully. CONGRATULATIONS!!! Rajni

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  121. I think you deserve the WIN for this ORC ;)
    I love everything about the room. Well done!!
    Darlene
    www.BundleMeBaby.etsy.com

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    1. Thank you Darlene! Everyone who participates is a winner with a wonderful new finished space! ;)

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  122. I'm a little tardy here, but I wholeheartedly agree with everyone that this project is jaw-dropping, Jennifer! It's all amazing, but my very favorite part is the pink painted interior side of the door...love that ;)

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  123. Wow- I love everything here. I just saw this featured at Life and Home at 2102 and had to visit. Truly an inspirational project. Each detail is fantastic. This is magazine worthy all the way!

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  124. This reveal is so incredible Jennifer, looks like it took a lot of work but it really paid off! The paneling completely transformed the room and every detail is amazing!

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  125. WOW! Such a huge transformation, pretty bold & unexpected for such a small space!!!

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  126. Wow this is gorgeous. It's crazy how much changing the wall color/print does for a room. I particularly love the giraffe print and towels.

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  127. I swear you could break the intranet! Cutest bathroom ev-ah!

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  128. Such a chic and happy bathroom! It must have taken you many, many hours to paint the gorgeous buffalo checks but it turned out really stunning! Love the paneling, the styling and brass details. Best powder room ever!

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  129. Gorgeous! Can you share the wall paint colors please?

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  130. so very cute and oh so clever to angle the gingham ... looks AWESOME!!!

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