Thursday, December 10, 2009

The Powder Room is Finished!

 
The powder room is finished! The first picture below is one of my inspiration photos. I borrowed the toile, bead board and the framed prints with pops of reds and golds from this inspiration. To see more of my inspiration photos, click here. OH! And you can click on any picture to enlarge for better detail - except the first one....


The first TWO pictures below are BEFORE shots. This is what the powder room looked like when we bought the house.




Olive green walls, outdoor back porch lights for lighting, the hardwood floors were ruined because of a water leak. The toilet was stained beyond repair. The sink and cabinet had been pried off the wall (hence the water leak) and broken.






All of the following pictures are AFTER. We had new hardwood floors installed. We installed a new pedestal sink and commode from Lowe's.




The sconces we ordered from Overstock.com. The black shades with gold lining are from Lowe's. The black toile wallpaper is also from Lowe's - a special order.


The black framed mirror is a vintage mirror we had in our former home in the foyer at one time.






The black striped ticking window valance, I made with less than 1/2 yard of fabric for $10.00.



The three chandelier prints above the commode are by a fellow blogger, Teresa Sheeley. She is a very talented lady! I know some of these prints are still available...and she has matching kitchen towels too! These prints used to hang in my studio at my other home.




A close up of the prints.









The silver container below is a vintage goblet, that I picked up at an antique store for $5. It is the perfect size to set on the sink. The red roses are from my local grocery store.



I love how it turned out!


Welcome Home,

Penny

72 comments:

  1. It's beautiful!! I love your blog so much... I get so inspired by your beautiful photos. Thank you for updating so often, I need my daily fix! :)Merry Christmas!

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  2. It's beautiful, Penny!! Makes me want to take a picture and do my powder room like yours!! Love everything, you talented lady!!

    xoxo
    Jane

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  3. It's beautiful, Penny! Wonderful makeover!!

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  4. Love, love, love!!! It is amazing Penny! You've done a great job! xo Vanessa

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  5. Hi Penny, what a transformation!! So, so beautiful, and that's just the powder room! You go girl!!!!! take care, Maryann

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  6. It is beautiful...I love the black and white!

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  7. Ooo, it's so beautiful and what inspiration.

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  8. It's really beautiful Penny! You know I'm lovin that toile wallpaper! Those are really pretty prints and look perfect where you have them.

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  9. I love how it turned out too Penny! Rachaelxo

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  10. Your powder room is beautiful! The pedestal sink is perfect for the space and the wall paper is very nice! I like the white on the lower part really well! Of course your decorating touches give it style! Enjoy the holidays and your new home!

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  11. Penny,It looks awesome! I love the wallpaper and the valance that you made. The touches of red are perfect. The lights are beautiful,too. I know that you are so happy to have it finished!

    Hugs,
    Lee Laurie

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  12. Penny,

    It's gorgeous - just like I knew it would be! Thanks for the inspiration - I'm wanting the toile wallpaper!

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  13. Very pretty! You did a beautiful job. I just love the wallpaper.
    ~Michelle

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  14. It looks wonderful! I love the beadboard and toile!

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  15. Penny, your powder room is beautiful. I love everything that you have done in this room

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  16. Oh be still my heart! I love how all those components came together. It's bright and beautiful in that little bathroom. I love Theresa's prints in there too. Great job!

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  17. Oh Penny, your powder room is simply divine! Love all the toile and beadboard! Love the prints, love everything! Good job!

    Christmas Blessings,
    Sandi

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  18. Penny, I have been waiting to see the finished "room"!! So elegant! I love it!!! and the goblet with roses .. perfect!! Thanks for "welcoming" us into "the comforts of your home"!

    Merry Christmas!
    Dee

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  19. It looks wonderful Penny! I had to chuckle when you said about the outdoor light in the bathroom. That is exactly what we choose because we wanted a rustic feel and just couldn't find anything we liked better... so we used the porch light that is on our wraparound porch :-)

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  20. Oh how lovely. It turned out so pretty Penny. I just know you are thrilled to have it all done. Everything seems to be coming together just perfect.
    Hugs,
    Dianne

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  21. I clicked on your blog to see your new powder room and I don't think my computer ever moved so slow. I just could not wait to see this BEAUTIFUL powder room! I LOVE IT!!Blessings,
    Ginger

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  22. Oh Penny it is beyond perfect.... all your touches ..... love it ..... what a charming in EVRY way.... power room..... love the prints.... the toile.... the valance.... it is PERFECT..
    HUgs
    Linda

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  23. Penny, this was so worth everything you had to do. The bathroom is gorgeous. Everything looks fantastic.

    I love the chandelier prints. And, of course the toile is perfect.

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  24. It's perfect! Worth waiting to see and really worth all the hard work you put into it! I know you will enjoy it and be so glad you followed your heart and did it your way! ~Adrienne~

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  25. Hi Penny; OH what a beautiful powder room.. It is so gorgeous, and you really captured the inspiration room. All the little touches and pop of red,, wow love it....

    Hugs;
    Alaura

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  26. It looks SO different from when I saw it just a while back - you and DH are amazing how you get so much completed, and so quickly! Love everything and the prints are perfect there.

    Hope you will get some time to relax over the holidays dear. We are off on that trip to NYC next week - when we return Christmas will just about be here so I must get moving this weekend!

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  27. Your bathroom turned out great!! I love it. The toile is so beautiful and I really like the ticking you used for the window valance. Wonderful job with the room. The beadboard looks great too! Love & blessings from NC!

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  28. Oh Penny, I absolutely adore what you've done with this powder room. It's fantastic. Your new home is turning out beautifully. I'm such a huge fan of French Country. Maybe someday, I'll turn in all my antiques and traditional style and chase my dream of French Country. It's fabulous. Keep sharing. I so enjoy your blog and your mosaic work is spectacular.

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  29. Simply, completely, totally beautiful!

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  30. Penny! Your bathroom has turned out so beautiful! I love the black and white toile. Everything is just perfect. You really are a fantastic decorator! You're amazing! I can't imagine doing all you've done! Your home is so pretty.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia;0

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  31. Penny, your powder room is gorgeous. I love those chandelier prints. How cute and perfect they are on the toile black and white paper. The Chandelier you picked out is great and the red roses just finish the look in the vintage goblet or vase. I love the bead board too. A beautiful makeover. I love it too.

    Hugs xoxo, Jeanne

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  32. Hi Penny! Wow, the transformation of your power room is gorgeous sweetie! I love it and I'll bet you do too! I'm having a Nutcracker giveaway for Christmas Penny and would love for you to enter if you get a chance to pop on over. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas season sweetie!
    Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

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  33. Penny I love your powder room and am so humbled to see the chandelier prints added in. I hope they are bringing you much enjoyment.

    warmly,
    teresa

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  34. Penny, it turned out fabulous....and I love, love those chandelier prints!

    Have a lovely day,
    Stephanie

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  35. It turned out as beautifully as I knew it would Penny! I have been in love with black and white toile for years and I never get tired of it. You must smile each time you see it:>)

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  36. Oh,
    This looks beautiful Penny. I love those chandelier prints and the way your curtains compliment the toile wallpaper. Gorgeous.
    Karen

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  37. It turned out so beautiful!! I could spend hours in your bathroom! I especially like those to lamps you have on either side of the mirror - warms the room up!

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  38. The powder room looks gorgeous! I love the sconces!

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  39. Wow Penny. This is a home run...nope. A grand slam home run! Absolutely gorgeous. I am so envious...: ) I have wanted this moulding in my baths for 7 years!
    And the paper and vanity...just a wow. I would go in and never come out! *laugh*

    Love,
    Sue

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  40. Cheerful and charming, Penny. Great job!

    Janet

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  41. love to see what you do. Love the wallpaper.

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  42. Everything looks so fresh and crisp. I love the contrasts and really like the beadboard. Wow!

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  43. I'm so happy for you! It turned out so beautifully. Glad your found the black toile wallpaper. It's so pretty!

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  44. Beautiful!

    what a wonderful make over...


    Louise

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  45. Beautiful and even more lovely than the inspiration photo.
    Hugs,
    Catherine

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  46. I love it too! It turned out so beautifully! I love the black and white toile and ticking together. The sconces are beautiful and all of the silver accesories are a perfect compliment!
    Those chandelier prints are lovely!
    I can not wait to see what you show us next! This is so fun!

    Blessings,
    Heather:)

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  47. Beautiful!
    Your house sure is coming along nice.

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  48. It's fabulous, Penny! Looks like it's right out of a magazine. Love it!

    Hugs,
    Donna

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  49. What a gorgeous powder room!!!

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  50. It's gorgeous!! I just love how it turned out. The toile looks fabulous and I love the mirror, sconces, prints, etc.

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  51. This is just beautiful! I love every little thing about it!

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  52. Oh my gosh...how deligtful this turned out....and I am a real fan of beaded board.
    How did you find that was to install Was it hard to do ?

    Rose
    http://delightfulclutter.blogspot.com/

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  53. Woohoooo! Terrific. I so like all you are doing!

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  54. Hi Penny.
    You have one of the most beautiful homes I have seen. :o)
    Your bathroom is precious!
    Trish

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  55. This is just beautiful. I love the wallpaper and I don't like wallpaper. This, however, is just perfect. Great job.

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  56. Oh my goodness! This is gorgeous! I LOVE it! The sconces and the chandy prints are my favorites!

    You did a great job!!

    I am a follower!

    Lou Cinda :)

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  57. How fresh and inviting! Just wonderful!
    Dee Dee

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  58. Wow..this is gorgeous! Toile and beadboard are two of my favorites.

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  59. Well I thought I had commented on this before, but I don't see it. This bathroom reno is just beautiful. I love the toile paper and the bead board. I have been wanting to add bead board to two of my bathrooms and may attempt it with the bead board wallpaper some day. Love the black and white that you used in this space.

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  60. It's really beautiful. I'm a big fan of toile !

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  61. Oh my gosh. I am in love. I have beadboard all over my house and love it, now I think I'll copy your idea with green toile.

    Thanks so much for posting this. :)

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  62. What a great redo! You used two of my very favorite things...toile and beadboard! Very lovely :)

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  63. Really beautiful redo! Love the black and white with the bead board.

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  64. I love that goblet. What a lovely detail in such a pretty room. Great transformation!

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