7/23/13

New Powder Room Decor

So as promised in my previous post about this room's big re-do, I wanted to share with you a quick post about all the little decor details I've added to it during the past month.  Nothing crazy, just a few little touches that made the room feel complete.

This is how she looked last we left her.... Wallpaper free and with a fresh coat of pretty paint.


Here is what it looks like now from the hallway...



Normally not a fan of decorating a toilet, but I put this little tray on top I've had forever along with a silver Tory Burch candle and I think it looks pretty cute... But ugh, I hate seeing toilet paper. haha Is it just me? I may get one of those little toilet paper holders that hook to the tank. So I could put it on the right and it wouldn't show.  But I know, I know... It's a bathroom. Toilet paper is kind of a given.  Same little antique table to the left of the toilet which I talked about in the last post about this room.

The biggest challenge for this room has been finding a great mirror. So up until last week, that wall was bare until I couldn't take it anymore.


...and added this one that I hadn't found a great spot for yet. I like the way it looks and the way the different facets reflect the light. I WISH that it were more rectangular so it would be a bit longer, but it works.  Who knows, I may still find the perfect one for that space, but this one works for now.  The litte birdcage in the lower left holds extra toilet paper, although I'm not sure I love it there. I may store it away in a closet because we know how I feel about toilet paper.

What really pulled the room together, I think, are these 4 pictures that I'm in love with.



These were a lucky score from the Ballard Outlet in Atlanta. They each are unique and have beautiful little ceramic cameos depicting what appear to be Greek figures (?). I could totally be wrong.  Anyway, they were such a find because regularly they were a (completely unreasonable) $199 a piece. Unless Zeus made these himself, no thank you. Maybe not even then. But I scored them for $30 a piece at the outlet! I've had them for a few years now.

So that's that for this room (for now). Currently I'm tackling another bathroom project. I'm painting one of our upstairs bathrooms a gorgeous shade of satiny black. Cannot wait to share it with you!

Details:
paint color- Benjamin Moore Abalone
gold table- antique
mirror- Michael's
wall art- Ballard Designs
rug- Anthropologie

For MUCH more on this room and how it came along from this...

I apologize.

... check out this post all about it!

AND be sure to look out for a new beauty video coming up this week as well!

38 comments:

  1. I love it, and I really like that mirror though I agree that if it were a bit bigger it would be perfect.

    Mana
    Fashion and Happy Things

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  2. Beautiful colour scheme and ever so well put together!

    http://njcdesigns.blogspot.com/

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  3. What an improvement! I really like how clean and airy it looks now. It certainly gave me some inspiration to tackle my master bathroom. I am loving these home decor posts...keep them coming!

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  4. The decor is adorable! I love it! And completely off-subject, but I also love the mirrored cabinet in the hallway!

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  5. You could always just spray paint the old mirror that fit the space...a nice silver or black.

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  6. I love the redo - it looks so fresh and clean, which I think is important in a bathroom!

    katespitz.blogspot.com

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  7. Beautiful as always! May I ask if this is more gray or giege? I've searched high and low for the perfect griege to no avail :(

    Kelley

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  8. I love how you made a small space look amazing and gave it a bit of life. Love your interior design blog posts.
    http://creativegesturebeauty.blogspot.com/

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  9. Lovely, understated and chic - love it!

    http://makeupbycandlelight.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. Love the round rug - it's perfect!

    Monica, www.pear-shaped-gal.com

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  11. Lovely and simple

    Emgeorgias.blogspot.com

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  12. I love the bathroom! It looks great - I also LOVE that huge mirror in your hallway. It is fabulous!

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  13. I have to refreshen our guest bath and I'm tempted to just completely plagiarize your powder room. I love every single detail. Especially that rug!

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  14. funny that you have such huge windows next to the toilet! very nice design tho :)

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  15. I love love love the way this powder room turned out. I cannot wait to see more home decor posts.
    www.basicallybrandy.com

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  16. I love the rug that you used!
    www.modernbeautygirl.blogspot.com

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  17. Ooooh a satiny black bathroom??? How interesting, I CAN'T WAIT to see!!!

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  18. love it. i love your sense of style. very classy chic

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  19. I love your taste. So inspiring! =] xx.

    www.beautyandlouise.com

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  20. Geez lets all live with Tiffany lol.Your interior decorating and house is fantastic. Love reading your posts about it and getting inspired for my own dream home one day.xoxo

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  21. I love your home decor posts, you have such a classy taste!
    The pictures are the best addition, they pull it all together!

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  22. great tasty deco, thanks for sharing

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  23. Very creative and fresh idea )

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  24. Looks gorgeous! Loving your house posts. We have been in a new house for about 8 weeks now, and haven't made much progress. Your updates give inspiration!

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  25. Love the decor and especially the frames!

    xo kerri
    Beauty & Things

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  26. Looks beautiful and fresh!


    =) Great job!


    Brooke

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  27. Looks great!

    www.restlessturnstyle.com

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  28. So cute! Love the candle on the toilet!! But not sure why toilet paper bothers you. It's a part of life, we all go! ;) Putting the TP in a cute container/dispenser spiffs it up. :)

    Also wondering where you put the hand towel when it's not in use? I can't imagine you'd leave it just lying on the sink.... I liked the hook you previously had up.

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  29. Hey Tiffany!! I absolutely LOVE your style and taste. Unfortunately I'm not so talented in design and decor. My fiance and I just moved into our first home together and I'm looking for some inspiration for our master bedroom. I noticed you haven't posted anything about yours and I was wondering if its because that's just your private area? If not, maybe you could do a blog about it one day!

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  30. I really want to go home-deco shopping with you :D

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  31. Nice one post I also share with you something hope you like it. Double everyday items as stylish storage. Bread baskets, water pitchers, and large mixing bowls are just some of the functional kitchen objects that can serve as convenient containers when not in use.
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  32. Love the mirror :) was it a recent purchase?

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  33. Or do you have a sku number that I have to call local Michael's to seeif they still have that mirror in stock?

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  34. well i need to get to know how can i make my bed room awesome.
    Cheap Bed Glasgow

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  35. You could try the hotel-type toilet paper holder that has the silver plate that lays over the roll. First thing thst camevto my mind. Love your posts!

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