October 27, 2016

Hollywood Regency Bathroom Redo

Hollywood Regency Bathroom Redo

Slowly over the last 2 years I have been redecorating my house from one end to the other.  

Next up.....The guest bathroom



When I bought the house 11 years ago, it had the original 1984 blue bathroom.  
When I moved in I redid it to reflect the shabby cottage look I had in the rest of the house. 


I just finished giving it ANOTHER make over


I kept all of the fixtures, removed the wallpaper (What a pain) and painted the walls "Cement Grey" 


Then it was just a matter of glamming it up....A fancy 
Bed Bath and Beyond shower curtain

I used the same shelf........


.......And added some fancy new hand towels


And a blinged up soap dispenser


The total investment was $150 and sweat equity

Not a huge change, but not a huge investment either!
 
The same bathroom 3 ways.  Reflecting my ever evolving taste in decorating
Next up.....The office, I am almost finished and will show you soon.
Happy Creating!
Carol 
 

21 comments:

Curtains in My Tree said...


The new er look for your bathroom is wonderful
so much better for sure.
Glad to see your new post
I still think about your hat box shade for your floor lamp
in your bedroom

Connie said...

It may have been a small investment, but with elbow grease and talent, you made a huge difference. I love your shower curtain and soap container, so unique and pretty :) I'm happy to see you blogging again, especially after the hurricane. I have been wondering how you were doing.
Wishing you all the very best.
Connie :)

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

LOVE your guest bathroom! Love the color you used. Is your little grand going to trick & treat?
warmly,
deb

NanaDiana said...

How nice to see a post from you. I am slowly catching up with everyone after being gone for almost a year. I love the glam one the best! That shower curtain is fabulous! xo Diana

Createology said...

Love your Hollywood Regency redo. It looks like a million bucks. Happy to see you post dear. Embracing Creative Bliss...

Ros Crawford said...

Good morning Carol! Your new bathroom looks fabulous! It's the little touches that make your work so special!

Heidi G said...

Ummm! Do you make housecalls? Would you like to winter over in Delaware? Rent free? Just redo my house just like yours. I love your re-do's! Gorgeous!

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Hi! That looks very nice!!! Nancy

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

This turned out beautifully, Carol...it was fun to see the changes over the years!

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Carol, Love your regency bathroom. Every detail is perfect. You have been busy and it sure is gorgeous!! Love seeing the journey of pics to the now style!!
I just finished two bathroom updates too. Right down to the studs in the showers. I will start the reveals this week, I hope. It's that busy time of year already.
So great to see your post in my inbox.
Have a nice weekend. xo

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Removing wallpaper is an awful job, but so worth it. Everything looks so fresh and I love the color! Great job, Carol.

Julia - Vintage with Laces said...

Great makeover and even better that you didn't have to spend a lot of money to get a totally different look, Carol!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Jann Olson said...

Carol,
it all looks lovely! Removing wall paper is not fun!! I have not made it over in a long time, but thinking of old blog friends today. Not old in age of course! lol!
hugs,
Jann

Jillian's Bella Rosa Antiques said...

I am seeing a whole new color scheme ... love the gold mirror on the wall with that shower curtain. May have to try that sometime in the near future! (My link party has moved to my new brick and mortar shop website... www.vintandco.com )

handmade by amalia said...

Calm and modern and a little sparkly - a lovely makeover.
Amalia
xo

Boopnut said...

How nice that you have kept pictures of each time you redecorated. It looks so pretty, I would hate to use it!...LOL. Removing wall paper sure is a pain!

Lynn Hasty said...

Love it! So beautiful!
Lynn

Danice said...

Gorgeous. I love Hollywood Regency style. You do have great decor taste and skill.

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Dina said...

Wow! It looks amazing now!! Really beautiful!
Love, Dina