Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Mirror Mirror On The Wall

Hello my friends hope everyone is having a good start to the weekend. I finished my guest bathroom and wanted to share with all of you what a simple change can do for a small bathroom. All I did was take the border, down put a fresh coat of paint on the walls, and hang all the mirrors and pictures I had laying around that I have not used. I love the way it turned out.. OH, and I did paint the cabinet light grey and found some inexpensive peel and stick tile that I got at the Home depot for  $25.00 on clearance... Seriously I can't believe what a difference small changes can make.... If you look in the mirror you can see the border. The paint went form cream to white. I took the towel bar down and placed it behind the door. This whole project cost around $35.00 dollars.I am joining Kathleen @Faded Charm for White Wednesday. Please go visit her blog and join in.








Hope you all like it as much as I do, Have a great weekend 
Linking up toFunky Junk Interiors for home decor...


      Hugs
~~Pattie~~

40 comments:

NanaDiana said...

Pattie- What a difference a little money and a lot of elbow grease can make! Love it! xo Diana

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Pattie, it looks great. I wish I could get my border down without tearing up the wall, but not sure it will come down. I may try soon.

From the Kitchen said...

I think it's beautiful. I especially like the grouping of mirrors and prints.

Best,
Bonnie

Crystal @ Ordinary Days said...

It looks so nice. I have so many pictures boxed up I need to hang. Way to just go in there and make it happen! :)

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

Looks awesome Pattie. Love the gallery wall. You do such a nice job.

Erin said...

I absolutely love the gallery wall behind the toilet! You did a great job! :)

Brandi said...

beautiful pattie, I love the gallery wall of mirrors.

Rosetta said...

Oh,Patti!Sei un'arredatrice nata!Hai gusto e creatività!Che bello con gli specchi,mi piacciono i colori e gli asciugamani,le candele.E' uscito proprio un bagno romantico!Brava!Rosetta

Christine @ Stonehouse Living said...

Hi Pattie,

Wow!! What a great makeover...your collection of mirrors and the paris sign, love that, they all have been arranged perfectly. What a wall of interest that greets you now when you walk in the bathroom. Love the size of the oval mirror above the sink. Beautiful!!
All the Best,
Christine

A Cottage Muse said...

Hi Pattie...I think this looks beautiful!
I love your arrangement of mirrors and pictures!

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Wow Pattie,
What a lovely bathroom, thought it looked pretty before but this was a great new look. Really like all the mirrors and pics behind the potty.
Does look great without the towel rack, course,
it is a much need accessory whether we like it or not!! lol Nice you could put it behind the door.

The cabinet looks great painted gray and loved your lil knobs, so feminine and pretty.

Isn't it amazing how changing the bathroom mirror from square to oval, makes such an amazing difference. I just did that in my bathroom about a year ago, but I went from oval to square and couldn't believe how much bigger it made my bathroom look.

Small changes pay big rewards, and you just
proved it to us. What a great bathroom for just
$35.00. Good for you!

Blessings, Nellie

A Perfect Setting said...

Your bathroom looks so fresh and new! I love the mirrors and pictures over the toilet! What a great transformation, and even better that you didn't have to spend lots of $$!!

Crystal said...

I love the new look!!! I love the collage of mirrors and pictures...it's perfect!!!!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

I don't like it Pattie I LOVE IT!! Your bathroom looks so bright and crisp and that mirror arrangement turned out fabulous! Girl you are on a roll with all your transformations and I love them all! Martina

Cindy said...

Talk about a change! The pictures look wonderful! you did a perfect job with the way your grouped and hung them. I LOVE the gray cabinet with the little white knobs... the knobs totally make it. I am soooo going to copy that. And that oval mirror is GORGEOUS in there. It's so cool that this only cost $35.00... amazing make over!

Cindy

Victoria said...

You are a decorating machine Pattie! It looks amazing, I love the wall of mirror and pictures behind the loo:) And you can't beat $35, that is amazing! I love the knobs on your cabinets too:)

stefanie said...

PERFECT!!!!!

Anna said...

I love it!I really like the mirrors and the candles!Everything is perfect!Kisses,
Anna

Comeca Jones said...

Great job!

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady. Your bathroom looks Amazing sweet lady. I also love the wall of art sweet!!
I hope you and Tia are having a Great Weekend.
xxoo Diane

Gina said...

That's a huge transformation for very little money! It looks perfect. I love all the mirrors & pictures.

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Oh my gosh this is stunning! What great inspiration. It makes your bathroom look so BIG! Thanks for visiting my blog...I'm a bit behind with my comments so forgive me for being so late getting back...have a great week!

d e l i g h t said...

That transformation is marvelous! I am so loving all the gray painted pieces.

CalypsoInTheCountry said...

What a great transformation! I love gallery walls. You really did a beautiful job!
Shelley

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home said...

I love your wall arrangement, Patti. It's amazing how small-scale art can have a big impact when grouped like that.

sissie said...

Hi Patti!
It's amazing what small changes and new paint can do. Your bathroom is lovely. I really like the wall of frames and pretty objects.

Thanks for following my blog. It's great to meet you. I'll be following you too.

hugs
Sissie

Pamela said...

Gorgeous Pattie! An amazing transformation!

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hi Pattie...

Ohhh my gosh...what an awesome transformations, my friend! My favorite thing...that awesome gallery wall of art that you did!!! It really, really looks GREAT!!! And...I love that you painted your vanity cabinet gray! Gorgeous!!! What a creative and talented lady you are! This is truly inspiring! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Well dear lady, I just read your sweet note and wanted to come over to say thank you! I'm just tickled that you added Happy To Design to your list of blog follows! I am also adding your sweet blog to my list of follows! I'm really looking foward to your upcoming posts, my friend...and going back through your past posts!

Warmest summery wishes,
Chari

Gypsy Heart said...

Really, really pretty! You are so talented ~

xo
Pat

victoriantailor said...

Beautiful, Celeste, The Victorian Tailor

Michelle said...

Love the wall grouping, great job!

Michelle,
http://confessionsofaholidayjunkie.blogspot.com/

outjunking said...

Love the wall. Makes me want to get up now and go do something creative.
Lisa

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Hi Pattie,
Thanks for visiting our blog and wishing us a Happy Anniversary. We had a great day. Your bathroom redo is amazing. I love all the pictures on the wall, the linen hanging on the toilet, the gray cabinet, etc. It all looks wonderful.

The Paper Mulberry said...

How GORGEOUS!!!! I adore the rose cupboard door knobs! I just wanted to say thank you so much for following my blog and that now I am following yours! I'm thrilled to have found you Pattie. Warmest wishes - Glenda

Rita May said...

That looks great! Makes me want to re-think my guest bath.
Thanks!

Angela (Cottage Magpie) said...

This looks fantastic!!! I really love this. I have a bathroom in my studio that's exactly the same layout and I have just pinned this to my inspiration board!

I have to ask -- what's color is the white paint you use on the wall? It looks great!

~Angela~

Finding Home said...

Looks really great - love the collection of items so much! Take care, Laura

MARÍA said...

I love those frames and mirrors alltogether in the wall.
Nice!!


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chateau chic said...

Lovely transformation. I like your grouping of mirrors and pictures. A few changes go a long way!
Mary Alice

TracyMB @ Crow's Feet Chic said...

Beautiful job!