If you’ve been following Fynes Designs for a while, you’ve likely seen a handful of bathroom makeover ideas. My bathroom has been through some ups and downs, with its most recent being a very bold coral colour. Check out the bathroom before and after photos here.
Tiled Bathroom Makeover
The starting point for this bathroom makeover was the beautiful Locket natural stone mosaic tiles from Jeffrey Court. It was love at first sight, I knew they had to be in my space.
It was my first time laying a mosaic tile and I couldn’t be more pleased with the result. I had quite a hard time deciding on what grout colour to put with it, but in the end, settled for Delorean grey.
Before the Bathroom Makeover
Sorry if you are suddenly blinded, I can’t believe how popular that colour was a few years ago. The previous space completely lacked storage and always looked untidy… even after I had just cleaned it.
Bathroom Wall Tile
These Jeffery Court tiles paired together was my best bathroom makeover idea yet! The glossy white tiles make everything look so sparkly clean.
I can’t begin to tell you how pleased I am with the vanity. It was designed and built by my friend Kyle at KB Cabinetry You can see my inspiration in this post, but I simply gave him an idea of what I was looking for and he totally brought my vision to life.
The Vanity Before
The old vanity was actually two small ones pushed together. The seam in the middle was impossible to clean between, the glass top was covered in toothpaste splatters, and there was obviously no storage. Plus the faucets shot the water directly at the back of the sink and you could hardly get your hands under it.
The Bathroom Fixtures
One of my bathroom makeover ideas is to look for a collection that has additional accessories to make your space seamlessly coordinated.
The matte black and satin brass Fonce hardware is from Shaub by Assa Abloy. It is used throughout the bathroom, on the vanity, linen closet doors, and the towel hooks.
The Painted Accent Wall
If you follow along on Instagram you would have seen shots and clips of me painting this accent wall.
I had found this wallpaper above which caught my eye but couldn’t stomach the $400 price tag for such a tiny space. I decided to give the paintbrush a try and love the results! Click here to see how I painted the bathroom wall.
Thank you for looking around my renovated bathroom. I hope you gathered some bathroom makeover ideas to use in your own home!
Disclosure: A huge thank you to my partners that made this project possible. As always this project is 100% my own ideas. All my thoughts and opinions are my own.