One of the first rooms I refreshed in the Farmhouse was the upstairs powder room. About six months later I am back with an update!
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Powder Room BEFORE:
I often forget just how far we have come in our 1800’s farmhouse fixer upper in the year that we have been here. Although this powder room wasn’t in terrible condition (compared to the rest of the house), it was in need of a few cosmetic changes. The first thing to go was that very bright and unique toilet seat! Some paint, sharpie shiplap, and some new accessories later our farmhouse powder room feels much more our style.
Simple DIY Updates to the Powder Room
Isn’t it incredible how much of a difference paint can make?! I used the color “Gatherings” by Magnolia on the cabinet and Rustoleum’s Tub and Tile paint to transform the sink. Next I replaced the hardware with brass handles and pulls, added two black mirrors, farmhouse style lights, and some open shelving.
Farmhouse Cozy Style
There are two things I consider when decorating a space; the way an item looks and how it functions in a space. I like our decor to be both pretty and practical. That is why this vintage inspired Gel Pro rug was the perfect addition to our farmhouse powder room. It is so comfortable to stand on and adds a cozy vibe to the room. I love the vintage inspired design and the fact that the top piece is washable! Gel Pro was kind enough to offer my friends 20% off with code DIANA20 if you would like to try one in your home as well!
Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today! As always, I hope you leave feeling inspired with new ideas to create cozy spaces in your home on a budget!
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