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Our master bathroom isn’t very big but I am the only one who uses it so it is perfect for me. Last week I shared a sneak peek of our new green and white master and boy, what a difference paint can make! It’s amazing how clean, fresh and bright this small space looks. Our master bathroom makeover is sponsored by Sherwin-Williams as part of National Painting Week and the color Composed, is what transformed this space from drab to fab.
The master bathroom before was lacking in character in style. It was a space that was thrown together when we moved in a few years ago using left over items from our previous home.
See what I mean by a little bit of paint can completely transform a space?
The color Composed, by Sherwin-Williams Emerald Interior (Satin finish), is a deep dark green but gives the spa feel that I was going after. The goal was to complete this project on a minimal budget.
I did purchase a new shower curtain, towel rod, bath mat and baskets.
Shower Curtain + basket / HomeGoods
I painted all of the trim and vanity a fresh new white (Extra white/Emerald Interior by Sherwin-Williams) color in a semi gloss finish.
Here is another before picture:
The vanity prior was a cream color and it didn’t coordinate at all so painting it white was necessary. I am hoping to add new hardware at some point but that is for another day.
I used two small finish nails and gently tapped them into the side of the vanity to hang the basket. The basket is perfect for toilet paper or even a magazine if that floats your boat in the bathroom ;).
A new towel rod, an inexpensive white valence and a set of new white towels added the finishing touches to the space.
I spray painted the existing black mirror white which helped keep me within my budget.
Baskets / HomeGoods
Similar woven baskets at Walmart.
Here is one more before and after,
The lime green hand towel and checkered towel add the perfect contrast to the dark green on the walls. Don’t be afraid to mix in different shades of the same color. I was pleasantly surprised how the lime and composed/green looked together. I am so pleased with how our master bathroom makeover turned out. If you are looking for more paint projects and ideas, be sure to check out SWPaintingWeek.com as well as these other fabulous blogger projects over at Vintage Revivals (niece’s bedroom) and Simply Grove (side table). You MUST jump over and see their projects today, they are amazing! Oh and guess what, these three rockstar bloggers are sharing their projects tomorrow, Thistlewood Farm (study), I Heart Naptime (son’s bedroom), House of Earnest (console) and many more bloggers throughout the week. You won’t be disappointed!
So, are you ready to paint your master bathroom now? Ready. Set. Go!
Update:Wondering where I bought something? Be sure to checkout the resource list for this bathroom makeover.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Sherwin-Williams and I was compensated for this post. All opinions and words are 100% my own. I think the bathroom is fabulous!
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