It probably comes as no surprise that I’m running a bit behind schedule on the One Room Challenge makeover of our basement bathroom. We got a late start and worked right down to the wire. We are SO close to being done, but there are just a few more projects to finish before I take the final photos. But I do have one photo of the almost finished bathroom below.
Here’s a quick reminder of where we started…
And this was the design plan that I came up with for our One Room Challenge makeover:
After we stripped it down and repainted (Sherwin Williams SW7005 “Pure White”), we were left with a blank palette.
All the major elements of the room are complete – the new vanity is in, as well as the new light and mirror. I finished caulking the countertop (and recaulking the shower) today.
UPDATE: We got all of the artwork hung, as well as the shower curtains. Now there are just a few small projects left to finish up and I’ll finally be ready to properly photograph the space. But in the meantime, here’s one quick iPhone photo of the nearly completed bathroom makeover!
One Room Challenge
As a quick reminder, we’ve been working on this bathroom makeover as part of the One Room Challenge – transforming it from bold but boring into a lighter and brighter space with a lot more style. The ORC was started by Linda Weinstein of Calling It Home, and Better Homes & Gardens is the official media sponsor. If that sounds familiar, it’s because this is my ELEVENTH time participating in the ORC.
In Case You Missed It…
If you want to see where we started and where we’re going, check out the before photos of our basement bathroom, as well as the design plans. You can also find a round up of all ten of my prior One Room Challenge makeovers at the end of the week 1 post.