Monday, March 14, 2011

Master Bathroom Big Reveal!

Thank y'all so much for so many sweet comments on my bathroom thus far! Between quitting a job, starting a job, hubby applying to grad school, and a kitchen reno - we've actually finished a project! I'm so excited to show you what we've done! Hope you like it!!

Here it is!!
Before:

Side by Side:

Like my Jones Design Company stencil? :)


Here are the cabinets and mirror frame we refinished with Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations after reading Centsational Girl's post.

We used the "Espresso" color

A little bit closer look...

Since my side by side pictures come out very small, here are my before & after pictures:

BEFORE:
AFTER:
- Put together the new shelf storage thingy ($30 on clearance at Target but countless hours of my life putting it together)
- Valance from Tar-jay again :)

BEFORE:
AFTER:
No more builder grade special lights, mirror, faucet and cabinets! :)

BEFORE:
AFTER:
See the light we replaced with the pendant light? So much more interesting!



If you haven't been following along, you can check out my slow progress below :)

Using Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations - here
The stencil and lights- here
Making our mirror frame - here
Faucets before & after - here
My artwork - here
Pendant lighting - here

I know a lot of you are interested in trying the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations kit so feel free to shoot me some questions! Thanks for stopping by! :)

Linking to: Polly Want a Crafter? ; Amaze Me Mondays ; Get Your Craft On ; Too Cute Tuesday ; Show Me What Ya Got ; Extreme Personal Measures ; A Diamond in the Stuff ; Swing into Spring ; Strut Your Stuff ; Feature Yourself Friday; Free For All Friday ; Remodelaholic ; Debbiedoos Newbie Party ; Tatertots and Jello ; Be Different Act Normal ; Tip Me Tuesday ; The DIY Party Project (can't get the button to work)


41 comments:

  1. AMAZING!!! I love this! Not only am I adoring the morrocan trelis on the walls, but you did a fantastic job with the mirror and cabinets! It looks beautiful, you should be really proud!

    Heather

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  2. Mallory! It turned out so pretty! I love your light fixtures!!! Everything looks great. Your paint looks great with the cabinets and your small white storage cabinet. Your art is too, too cute!

    Kudos to you!

    (((hugs))),
    Ricki Jill

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  3. Mallory, WOW, my jaw is on the floor, excuse me while I pick it up!!!...You have done an incredible make-over, I love,love,love it "ALL"!!
    ~JO
    LazyonLoblolly

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  4. Gorg!!!!! Great job! Love the cabs. And the walls. The design is fantastic.

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  5. Love it! Kinda might steal that trellis idea! You're bathroom is almost the exact same layout as mine, except our tub and shower are switched. Random comment. But anyway!! It looks great!!!

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  6. It turned out great! Y'all did a fabulous job.

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  7. Gorgeous! The cabinets turned out great! And the light is fabulous! Love it all!

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  8. Thanks everyone!!! Love reading all your sweet comments! THANK YOU! I'm so excited to be done and just enjoy it! :)

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  9. Wow, what a transformation! I love the gray! And that Pride & Prejudice wall art is amazing!! I'm kinda jealous of where you take bubble baths!!

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  10. I love it! What an amazing transformation :)

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  11. Hi Mallory! You did a terrific job on your bathroom - it's beautiful!
    Thanks for popping in to see my little grand!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  12. It look beautiful Mallory! Great job! Everything turned out so great!

    www.goodgirlgoneglad.com

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  13. Beautiful transformation Mallory, I love your stencil wall and the espresso cabinet update! Thanks for stopping by and following me. I can't wait to read more of your blog.

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  14. The bathroom looks so amazing. I love that stenciled wall. Thanks so much for linking up to my Swing into Spring party.

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  15. This is seriously So fabulous! I love it so much. I am so wanting to re-do my Master Bath. I want to paint my cabinets too. Very inspiring and making me REALLY want to get going on mine.

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  16. Visiting via Sassy Sites. Great job, love the colors you chose and the cabinets are spectacular!

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  17. that looks fantastic! i love the serene color on the wall, and that stenciled wall looks perfect there!

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  18. you rock! thanks for the visit back, and now i'm your newest follower, too!

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  19. Beauuuuuutiful! I can't imagine how much work this was. SO pretty! Love the colors and the cabinets/mirror. Great inspiration!

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  20. Great job, I really love the painted cabinets. I would like to do the same in my bathroom. I just need to get Hubby on board. Thanks for sharing.
    Gayle from Vintage Farmhouse

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  21. What a great transformation! Love the stenciled wall.

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  22. hiya visiting from debbies newvie party x what a great transformation the units are a gorgeous colour and i love the stenciled words very cute x hope to see you at mine soon
    xmaggiex

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  23. Wow it looks amazing!!! Great job!

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  24. I swore I was here before and saw your amazing make oveer!! maybe not?
    It is fantastic!
    I'm popping in from Debbie's party, and I'm also your newest follower!
    xxDaniella

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  25. Amazing transformation!! Love the stenciled accent wall.

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  26. Check it out...very nice transformation! I love it. Thanks for joining the newbie party.

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  27. Very beautiful!
    Stopped by from Debbiedoos :)

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  28. Wow on the cabinet transformation! I wonder if I could start with white cabinet and change them to the espresso color? Love the makeover.
    Lori
    www.mudpiestudio.blogspot.com

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  29. Amazing! the difference in the cabinets is tremendous! Love it.
    Love the tar-jay valance. I have been eyeing that one.

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  30. That looks super!!!! I love the huge framed mirror! Your newest follower. Hope you can com and visit me soon.

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  31. Hi, I came over from Debbie's to visit. Love your bathroom redo. The cabinets look awesome. You mirror frame is great as well. I recently started the project to frame my bathroom mirror. As I was going to the garage to put on the last coat of paint, I fell and broke my foot and tore a ligament.
    So now I am sitting here visiting you with my foot in the air.
    Guess I will have to wait a while for the reveal.
    I am your newest follower cause I like your spunk. Come over and visit me. It is a little slow at my place just know but maybe you will follow me anyway. Ginger

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  32. What a dream bathroom! Gorgeous! I have grainy oak cabinets that I would like to refinish in white. Do you feel you got good coverage? Did you use a regular brush or a foam one? Since I am doing white, I am afraid of brush marks. Was the product low VOC? Did you have to coat it with anything in case it got wet - (mine will be in the bathroom too!) Thanks - sorry so many questions! I appreciate your help!

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  33. Love the cabinets and the accent wall is great too! I'm thinking of doing something similar in my craft room, but haven't decided for sure, yet. Thanks for stopping by! : )

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  34. Great job. It looks so lovely.

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  35. Beautiful change! I love every detail! Great job! :)

    Roeshel

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  36. Just wanted to let you know that I got my leg out of the cast. I already had the pieces for the bathroom mirror cut. So this week, after carefully walking down the steps to the garage, I finished painting the moulding. Bob and I put it up yesterday. I am still excited about how it turned out. I will post it when I get the bath straightened up. I am still loving what you did with your bath. Hugs, Ginger :)

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  37. What color paint is on the walls? This is exactly what I was envisioning. We have wainscotting on the bottom half of the walls which I want to paint white.

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  38. I randomly came across your blog while googling this rustoleum stuff. I am wanting to do our bathroom, and the funny thing is we have the EXACT same vanity and light fixture too! Right under the sink there is that fake "drawer" that doesn't really open. Is there a way to get it off or do you have to refinish it while it is attached? (p.s. you've also inspired me to replace our ugly old light! :))

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