Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Petite Cottage Bathroom Makeover


Crisp clean white bead board.
Soft gray accents and maybe a pop of pink mixed with 
a little bit of elegant gilding and a lot of cottage charm.

Those are some of my inspirations for the petite cottage bathroom makeover
 that we have been working away on for the past week.
It's a small room and is part of the little cottage on our property.
It was basic with just the essentials  & there was water damage from a leak
 which resulted in damage to the walls and floor in one area.
The before shows the replaced sheetrock area  and work starting on the ceiling -
We pretty much looked at this project as starting from scratch with the damage that had already been repaired.
It was more than ready to get a new look and be made over into a beautiful space!
(Apologies for the dark photo) 




Lowes gave each of their Creative Ideas bloggers $500 to head to Lowes
& find the elements to do a bathroom makeover
I love all of the design and decorating projects that I always find at Lowes while the Mr. shops
 for lumber so I knew I would find the perfect elements to make the bathroom amazing.


It was supposed to be a quick trip in to grab supplies but truth be told...
I wandered and dreamed and drooled for several hours. 
 I even used their free in store wi-fi with my ipad to search a couple products online as well.
All I was missing was a cup of coffee and a little lunch in the garden department. 
:)



On my makeover want list:
New Lighting, different ceiling & wall coverings,  flooring, trim and a new sink and faucet

Everything I found was already priced fantastically and even better- on sale!
 I also found a couple amazing clearance deals
As a big time bargain shopper
 I LOVE that!

  My first stop at Lowes was the lighting department.
I knew exactly what type of sconce I wanted for the space.


Something with a vintage feel and lots of charm AND since I had a lot of things
 I was planning on doing in the bathroom they had to be priced well too.

I found these beautiful sconces and fell in love.
Shabby, french cottage and so sweet and just $49 each-
 yep, they are perfect. 
(I already had the chandelier)

We had great bones with the angled ceiling - but it was just plain old sheetrock originally.
We found thin grooved knotty pine planks from Lowes to finish the ceiling with
These pieces come in packs of single pieces that you groove together and then finish as you like
 I painted them with Valspar right off the shelf white paint watered down a bit.
Love the character they add to the room with their knot holes and rough texture
and they are priced at $8.99 for 14 square feet.
Awesome.

Next was a drop-in bathroom sink.
We found a perfect white rimmed sink on clearance for just a few dollars

I thought about a pedestal sink-and Lowes had some gorgeous ones for sure
 (already thinking about replacing the sinks in my master bathroom with a pair I found)
but I had the perfect shabby old sideboard stored just waiting for a new life as a vanity.
It was A LOT of work to clean it up as it had several issues  but it is so charming for the space. 
I love the chrome and white faucet- another sale priced find at just $37.
 (I'll share the how to on turning this sideboard into a vanity in another post.)

 Being a big time bead board girl -of course that was on my list. 
I wasn't sure if I would go with bead board wallpaper or bead board panels.
I found both of them at Lowes- but when I saw the panels,
I absolutely loved how detailed their wall board was.
It has a different rounded type groove instead of the more flat ones
and it really makes a difference in how it looks on the wall in person.
Being that this is a pretty small room- we didn't need too many sheets-
 they were priced around $18.00 each.

These shelves are made with crown moulding pieces that are actually foam trim boards
I love them because they are fantastic for moist areas like a bathroom and their architectural detail.
They are placed high up on the wall- at 8' to cover the seam where the bead board panels
came together  in this 10' tall room.
Some of this trim was leftover from a previous project so we didn't need much more.

I am a big believer in re-using what you can, finding elements that you already have
 and re-imagining them  and also in mixing old and new.
The old bathroom door is original to our house - just a new coat of paint was all it needed.
The transom type window was a flea market find from a couple years ago~
  perfect other than it has one pane of glass that needs to be replaced
(oops...)


The floor was replaced with a creamy sand colored tile that was a Lowes Special Purchase
and just .78 cents each so the whole new floor was around $45

The work was all done by my husband and I
After we worked on the beadboard & the Mr got the bulk of the heavy lifting done-
I came in and finished up the trim & finish work, built the shelves and wrapped it up.

I am so impressed by the design and room elements I found and used for this makeover at Lowes
and how incredibly far $500 went! Working with some of what I already had and mixing vintage finds in-
 we were able to makeover the bathroom on a budget.


Is it wrong to love a bathroom?
 I hope not...
because I'm kinda loving it.
:)





I was compensated for this post as a member of the
 Lowes Creative Ideas Network of Creators and Influencers  but the designs and opinions are my own.




sharing at 
One Project Closer

130 comments:

  1. It is not wrong to love a bathroom, especially when it's as beautiful as this!

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  2. Wow - what a gorgeous transformation - I like the way you have incorporated the new products into your vintage finds - that sideboard is gorgeous, and I agree with you - while pedestal sinks look pretty, I don't think they are at all practical!

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  3. WOW! Amazing job! Just love your repurposed vanity unit. Beautiful!

    Sharon

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  4. This could never be wrong - it's absolutely charming - very cottagy and French inspired. Love every detail.

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  5. It is not wrong at all.... I love it, too! Love the mirror, sideboard, trimwork, sconces, curtain... everything!! Fantastic!!!

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  6. Just beautiful Courtney! WOW I love that bouquet of flowers on the sink too. SO pretty! and frenchy for sure.

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  7. As always I adore what you've done!! SO lovely! Amanda

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  8. "I'll tell you what's perfect" The whole thing... Absolutely beautiful !!! Say no more!!! I posted a new album check it out if you get a chance...Blessings to you this day!!! Lori

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  9. Everything is beautiful ... well done!
    I tell you wuuut .... I hope someone from Lowes is reading your post because I think it would be AWESOME if all Lowes stores had a cafe!

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  10. Very pretty, Courtney! I love it all ~ from the crown molding to the floor! Any time you feel you need a guest to use the cottage, you just let me know. : )

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  11. Soooo charming! How can you not LOVE it. The vanity is a fabulous focal point. Your lovely petite bathroom is jammed packed with inspiration!
    Mary Alice

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  12. Nothing wrong at all!

    I do love your bathroom!! Wonderful job.

    Fra

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  13. Just lovely Courtney! I am a big fan of budget decorating and this should give good inspiration for everyone. Those sconces are the same ones I chose for my bathroom! Beautiful AND economical...a winner!
    Lorraine

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  14. Wow! You did an amazing job! I absolutely love it all!!!

    Carolyn

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  15. Gorgeous! Love all the creative ideas you used in this bathroom! Love the soft white wash to the ceiling boards! It's simply beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

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  16. It is beautiful! So charming and the soft grey works well in making it feel warm. Love it!
    Brenda

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  17. How good a ride on your blog to inspire me ...
    I loved the contrast of the flowers with neutral colors in the bathroom.
    Happy beginning of the week for you.
    bj

    Rose
    http://amigasqueengordam.blogspot.com/

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  18. Just beautiful, Courtney. Hard to believe those sconces could be new, it's all amazing!

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  19. OMG! I'm swooning right now. No, make that drooling right now! You used my favorite color combo grey, white and touches of fushia and pink topped off with burlap. Those are the colors I used in my powder room, but it doesn't hold a candle to yours! I love the beadboard walls and wood planked ceiling. I love the romantic style mirror and sconces above the grey antique looking vanity with the rolled up towels in it. Love the little chair with burlap and all the ruffled white fabric. Ok, I better stop now before I write a book. Just yummy!!

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  20. OH MY GOSH! YOUR BATHROOM IS GORGEOUS....

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  21. Nothing wrong with loving THAT bathroom! I LUV it too!

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  22. You blow me away! I love how you have used new and old to create and instill a vintage European feel. This reminds me of my grandma's farmhouse bathroom...which is a compliment! The airiness, the basicness, yet beautifully detailed combination is perfect and I think Lowe's should be honored that you have showcased such elegance with their products:)

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  23. Absolutely darling! I love, love, love the vanity! and the sconces! You are fantastic!
    Hope mine turns out even half as great as yours....
    Nancy

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  24. I've got to say, it really is gorgeous....love the repurposed vanity and the crown molding shelf.

    Thanks for sharing....

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  25. Courtney you put so much love and I am sure a lot of hard work in this bathroom redo. Fantastic pictures and for a small space the photography is very well done. I could sit and have a cup of tea in your guest bathroom, so pretty. Ciao Rita

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  26. What an amazing space! It's making me want to re-do one of our bathrooms =) I love the vanity, ceiling, accessories...well, everything! Beautiful!

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  27. Is this bathroom big enough to live in? Wow, what a gorgeous makeover. Sometimes it's easier just to start from scratch. Perfect finishing touches!

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  28. It is beautiful! No wonder you love it. Now I'm thinking how boring our little powder room is!

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  29. Bellissimo!!! ma la tenda l'avrei fatta partire dal soffitto, fermata dove c'è il bastone adesso; per creare un'effetto verticale!!! complimenti e baci!

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  30. Oh Courtney! This is just absolutely stunning! You did such an amazing job and it looks gorgeous. I think this room may be destined for a magazine! :-)
    Vanessa

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  31. Beyond Beautiful and affordable!

    You ROCK! I love Lowe's, too, couldn't have done work without them and a line a credit ;-)

    x0x0

    Sandy

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  32. Oh my gosh I am in awe. Courtney, you are a super shopper. I love this little bathroom. It has it all.

    Well done,
    Judy

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  33. The bathroom is just stunning! So many details to love.....love the sideboard as a vanity....love the beadboard walls, the sconces, the faucet, the shelf....I think that about covers the whole room! Really beautiful!
    Xo,
    Shellagh

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  34. Courtney this bathroom is GORGEOUS!! LOVE LOVE that sideboard turned vanity! So much better then a pedestal sink. Love it!!

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  35. I'm in love right along with you! it is beautiful.

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  36. Simply stunning! Your bath is not so small as you can put in that lovely large sideboard for your sink. Can't wait to see the how to for it.FANTASTIC JOB WELL DONE

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  37. Where do I begin with this room I love everything about it, the mirror, the vanity, the sconces. Right down to the bouquest of flowers. This room is FANTASTIC!

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  38. I love beadboard too and this room turned out beautiful. I just joined your blog and hope you will drop by my NEW blog and join me too. It's all about farm life, decorating, cooking, animals, projects, and lots more. Hope to see you there!!

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  39. Wow!!! Courtney this room is just amazing. I love the high ceilings with all the bead board surrounding. Your vanity is perfect with tthe two open sides for towels.

    I have a sink in an old dresser in my bathroom as well. I'm slowly redoing this room as well, but know the look I want. Sometimes it just takes a while to get there, right?

    Thanks for sharing and enjoy your new beauitiful space:-)

    xoxo
    Kathleen

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  40. Are you kidding me!!! That is insane... I can't believe how amazing this little bathroom is. You totally maximized the charm potential in here. Unbelievable. My mouth is hanging open... I am soooooo off to Lowes today, they do have the best light fixtures, and i've been looking for cute sconces too. What an incredible makeover...

    Cindy

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  41. {sigh}...so beautiful. If that was my bathroom, I would never leave. I love the shade of grey you used on the vanity. We are thinking of painting ours grey. Maybe this will get me moving on that project. Have a happy Monday afternoon.

    http://shabbysweettea.com

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  42. Speaking of drooling, I just did..all over my keyboard.
    Love it!!

    blessings
    barbara jean

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  43. You go right ahead and love that bathroom Courtney because I'm loving it too. All of it... colour, walls, floors, lighting... it does scream shabby French country ~ well done.

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  44. You did it again! Can't wait to see the shower!

    xoxo
    Andie

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  45. Perfect little cottage bathroom! Love LOve It!!!!!!

    Debbie

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  46. It is breathtaking! I am impressed at how frugally you could do it and make it look so beautiful!

    MC

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  47. Courtney, we're ALL lovin' it!! andrea@townandprairie

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  48. Courtney, this is so pretty and romantic and so you! I would love to have a dresser to place a sink in, but no room for one in our little bathroom. The master has to stay the way it is, but your dresser in that gray and filled with towels is so yummy. I love the sconces. They are perfect. I didn't know you had a separate cottage on your property. What fun to decorate.

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  49. Wow, so pretty and I am so happy that the items are available so reasonably from Lowes. I love that you mixed vintage items with new for such a great look. I'm going to check our Lowes here in Canada for new taps, and possibly lighting for our master bath.

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  50. This bathroom makeover looks as though it is coming straight out of a magazine article...Everything is so impeccably done..stunning...I am in awe of your DIY skills...Perfect piece for the vanity...amazing job!!

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  51. I think we're ALL loving your new French vintage bathroom, Courtney! WOW! It turned out just beautifully!!! You always know how to put things together just perfectly, girl! Is that ruffly prettiness part of a bedskirt....?

    xoxo laurie

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  52. Oh how I wish this was my bathroom!
    It's 2die4 gorgeous!!!
    I saw those sconces in Lowes and was wishing that I had somewhere to use them. They are perfect.
    Everything is lovely.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  53. Simply stunning!! It is true design perfection. What a gorgeous job you did dressing this beautiful space. It looks as if it was shot for a magazine feature. Lovely, lovely, lovely!
    xo-Lisa

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  54. Where ever did you get that mirror?! Please tell me Lowes or Home Depot and not some French antique shop your great grandmother bought it at for a nickle in 1920. It's amazing!!!

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  55. So gorgeous! I love, love, love what you have done! Thanks for the great ideas, I usually shop at Home Depot (closer) so I will have to go and check out Lowes instead.

    ~Shanon

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  56. Gorgeous, Courtney! Beautiful choices and I can't believe how far $500 went. Hugs, Sherry

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  57. LOVE IT!!!! Absolutely gorgeous and incredibly charming :o)
    ~Des

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  58. I'm in love with that vanity! What a gorgeous piece and the color looks so pretty. You did an amazing job and really made that $500 work!

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  59. Oh my goodness, your bathroom is just gorgeous! Those sconces are perfect, and what a deal. I love white beadboard, too, and your sideboard makes a beautiful sink. It's all just perfection, well done!

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  60. Oh Wow! I love it, too! We can't both be wrong can we??? :) Gorgeous!

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  61. You have outdone yourself! This is the most beautiful bathroom ever. That chair is gorgeous--love the mirror--all the woodwork is just to die for. If loving this bathroom is wrong, than I don't want to be right-LOL! Thanks so much for sharing I don't think bathrooms get much more perfect than this.

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  62. It's fantastic!!
    I'd like a bathroom as this!!!
    Very very beautiful!
    Kisses
    Francy

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  63. Absolutely adorable...love love love it

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  64. It all looks so wonderful! Love the sideboard turned sink - can't wait for the how-to on that!

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  65. Great makeover! Wonderful budget, beautiful finishes! You and Lowes make a great pair! I love every inch of it!
    Debbie

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  66. Turned out great. Wrong to love a bathroom? How could it be, it's the only room in the house you can sit and admire something, for the most part.... by yourself!

    ~Bliss~

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  67. ooooh! I'm LOVING this Courtney! XO Christie

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  68. Gorgeous! That ceiling grabbed me right away! We're putting the same planks in our hallway, and I love how you whitewashed them.
    It's such a beautiful room~you did a fantastic job!

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  69. What a beauty of a sink!! The best part is the storage underneath!
    Thanks for the share:)
    xxx Liz

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  70. I love every little detail! The beadboard, the faucet, that beautiful dresser as the sink cabinet amd I love, love, love those ceilings and the moulding! The finishing touches like that gorgeous mirror and the window treatment just makes it have oodles of old charm! Super Duper Job! So glad I found on the Romantic Homes page...now I am your newest follower!

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  71. Beautiful job Courtney! It looks great! Vanna

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  72. You have an amazing eye for detail. Everywhere the eye travels in your bathroom is just perfect. Really really beautiful.

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  73. Kinda love it? It's drop dead gorgeous, and I REALLY love it! laurie

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  74. Oh my goodness, gracious! You've done such an incredibly beautiful job putting it all together!

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  75. Hi,
    I love what you did with this bathroom. The vanity is beautiful. Now I want to redo a bathroom. Great job!

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  76. It is NOT wrong to love a bathroom. You could move in and never leave since ... you know ... everything essential would be handy!

    Thanks for the peek ~
    Mary @ Sea Quilts

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  77. Love it! You did a wonderful job :) so pretty.

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  78. Hi Courtney! I just wanted to stop by again to thank you for sharing your beautiful bath at my party. xo, Sherry

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  79. It's incredible, Courtney! Can I come and stay in the little guest house?!! Love it all.
    xo, Andrea

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  80. Wonderful! Love that mirror...and those flowers are gorgeous!

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  81. If you're wrong then we're all wrong cause your bathroom is to-die-for!!!

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  82. What a stunning blog you have here. so glad to have found you!
    i so looooooooove your petite cottage bathroom makeover. Love your sconces, mirror, repurposed vanity unit, faucet... everything is so chic and you definitely did an amazing job with your makeover.

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  83. Absolutely beautiful! I love how you used all the neutrals mixed in with that splash of colorful bouquet, utterly romantic! Love all the ruffles and that sideboard turned vanity is just plain gorgeous! Beautiful transformation. Thanks for these inspiring pictures and for the party!~Poppy

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  84. I feel as if I've just been transported to France. You've done a beautiful job with this little makeover...! So amazingly creative and thrifty too. Great Job and Great Inspiration!

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  85. so pretty Courtney! I smiled when I saw your light fixtures. We just looked at those for our bath! :) they are so cute! we are in a pickle with our lighting. They've been broken for over a year, look terrible, and now we've been through 4 different fixtures, and none fit the existing fittings. :( So frustrating! If we can't find one that fits, we will be turning a not so expensive DIY to a drywall and electrician job. On a five year old house. Boo!
    (I'm sure you wanted to hear all that, didn't you?!) Your bath looks great!

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  86. Wow! It is Stunning!! I love every detail of it! The ceiling, vanity, the fixtures! it's beautiful!

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  87. This has to be my favorite bathroom of All time~ you have done a Beautiful job, it is full of Charm~ Thanks for sharing, hop on over for a visit when you get the chance.
    Cheryl

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  88. A simply elegant bathroom. the pop of the hot pink flowers is a perfect touch!

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  89. This is adorable!!! Would love it if you shared it here:
    http://www.decoratinginsanity.com/2012/03/furniture-friday-7-and-link-party.html
    xo...mONICa

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  90. I have the rare opportunity to visit more blogs than usual today, and I came across yours.

    Lovely bathroom! You did a beautiful job with it. I think it's just fine to love bathrooms - they're usually the first rooms to greet our lovely faces in the morning, so they, too should be lovely.

    Blessings,
    Marianne

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  91. SOOO beautiful! You did a fantastic job and I'm drooling at all your great bargain finds :)

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  92. ow wow, what a beautiful bathroom, i would love it if you could link it up to my party at http://twiggstudios.blogspot.com/2012/03/sunday-show-off-linky-party-4.html
    thankyou so much, hope to see you there xxx

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  93. Absolutely gorgeous, you do have a gift for making things so beautiful!!!

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  94. How Beautiful. I love the colors and the pink flowers just jump out at you!

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  95. Stunning!!! It is so incredibly beautiful. I can't believe you got some of that stuff from Lowes. Who knew? I will be featuring it tonight at my Winter Blues Wednesday party that opens at 8pm EST. Please stop by and pick up an I've Been Featured button. Thanks so much.

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  96. Do you see my mouth hanging wide open? It's gorgeous! You are so gifted my friend! Love every inch of it! Thanks so much for sharing! Will be featuring you again!
    Melody

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  97. Courtney,
    Your house is so perfect for this style of decorating. It is just gorgeous! Love it! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  98. Oh, what a perfectly gorgeous bath!
    It's all turning out amazingly. I'd love to have you link it at WIW. Gorgeous!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  99. My jaw dropped when I saw this. You did an AMAZING job. Oh my stars girl this is gorgeous just gorgeous. And for under $500. Well it should be in a magazine. I wish it were in my house. I can't believe that I would actually want to sit in a bathroom all day but with that one I could to just relax and enjoy. I love the vanity and what you did with it. Well I love it all! Just too stunning for words. You should be so proud of yourself!. But I am amazed at all the great things you do. What an inspiration you are!!!

    Nann

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  100. Love the bathroom, very beautiful.

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  101. There are no other words to say, WOW. I have fallen in love with those scones, and will buying myself a pair. So pretty! Can't wait to see how you transfer the buffet in to a vanity, love the look. Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration at Sunday's Best!

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  102. Simply beautiful! Please come by my linky party to link up - I would love to have you there!
    Stacey of Embracing Change
    http://staceyembracingchange.blogspot

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  103. Be still my beating heart! My jaw is laying on the floor. I love every little detail! Those shelves are stunning, and I love the transom window...the vanity...those pink flowers. I'm sorry I'm gushing, but it is breath taking!

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  104. What an amazing makeover!!! Wow- the sconces,wall treatment,mirror. My favorite - the vanity remake!

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  105. What can I say that hasn't been said already? It is just gorgeous! The mirror alone does it for me. Can I come stay in your bathroom for a visit please? It is so pretty!
    Thanks for linking up - please come back again Thursday!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

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  106. Featured you today! Come and grab a button and be sure to come bakc Thursday for the party! See you there!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

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  107. Ooooh la la... my favourite is the wee ledge by the window! :)

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  108. Oh my goodness I am in love with your bathroom makeover!!
    Thank you for sharing how you did it too!!
    It is beautiful!!

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  109. I love it too!! Beautiful vintage space.

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  110. Oh I so love that last bathroom too!!!
    Beautiful pics

    thanks for the newsletter and links

    blessings
    barbara jean

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  111. LOVE this. I'm featuring you tonight for my weekly roundup!

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  112. You should love it, Courtney!
    It looks fantastic. Love your style. Every little detail.
    Gorgeous!

    xox
    A

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  113. May I ask, where DID you get those beautiful mirrors? I am looking all over online for some similiar ones, and am having a hard time without paying $$$$$$ too much.

    I have a bathroom remodel comming up, too.

    Thanks,
    Nancy

    www.ofwoolandloveliness.blogspot.com

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  114. This is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for sharing on hometalk :)

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  115. Wow! You do the most REMARKABLE BATHROOMS! I continue to be inspired by your beautiful work.

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  116. You are such an inspiration to all of us! Your blog and all that you continually share on it
    makes my heart go pitter patter! One of my inspirations for my new shabby chic bathroom,
    thank YOU!!!

    Judy

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  117. I am so impressed with your makeover. You are a wonder and Lowe's has a whole new flavor for me. I will definitely be checking them out for my future projects. I love your photos, thanks for sharing!

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  118. What brand and color paint did you use on the sink vanity? Love it/

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