It’s the reveal week for the One Room Challenge, so it’s pretty much like Christmas day in blog land! There are so many beautiful rooms to check out. Today, I’m sharing my Moonrise Kingdom inspired bathroom that I’ve been working on for 6 long weeks.
If you’re new here, we bought our house in central Maryland about 2 years ago. We’ve been working non-stop to update it and make it feel more like us. In the spring, we completed our kid’s treehouse and now we’ve completed a bathroom!
I made some temporary changes by removing the wallpaper and painting. We eventually replaced the vanity, so we were left with a hole in the vinyl flooring where the old one used to sit. This hole combined with messy kids meant that it needed to be fixed.
Moonrise Kingdom Inspired Bathroom Plans
It’s come such a long way!
The shower curtain was my starting point. The details and colors are so perfect. To me, it’s almost like a big piece of art.
Bonus feature: you can learn the Latin names for flora and fauna while in the bathroom!
I love the shower curtain so much with the tile. The tile has subtle stripes that remind me of linen. It’s so much better than the gross vinyl flooring from before.
The tile always looks clean, even though we have black lab that sheds like crazy.
The stenciled walls provide such a happy backdrop for all of the other elements. The bunny light switch never fails to delight me. An item that is used this much should be beautiful! The paint by number art is so amazing. The picture is printed on the wood and the edge is painted a lovely shiny gold.
I made the sunprint art with leaves from the trees in my backyard. The paper turned such a pretty color of blue! The art is meaningful and will always remind me of autumn in Maryland.
I painted the existing mirror green to match the shiplap. I like how you can see most of the art in this picture.
The leaf plate is a thrift store find. It has the prettiest crackle in the glaze. It’s there to hold random hair bands, bracelets and stray Legos.
The new toilet is so easy to clean (I’m sure moms of boys can appreciate that!) The industrial shelves add storage as well as a place for display. It’s my mini cabinet of curiousity! We also added bamboo blinds to make guests feel more comfortable.
I added a few fun items for display here, like this skull that my dog brought me. Isn’t she sweet?
I’m so glad that this bathroom is finished. (We must be crazy because we’re starting another one this weekend! From scratch! Like there aren’t even walls built yet… Eek!)
Moonrise Kingdom Inspired Bathroom Sources:
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Wall color: Benjamin Moore Wickham Gray
Shiplap paint color: Ralph Lauren Felt Green
Door paint color: Sherwin Williams Flannel Gray
Pipe shelves | Tutorial
Frames | Home Goods (similar)
Mirror |Home Goods (similar)
Glass mushroom | Home Goods (similar)
Snail planter | Vintage (similar)
Owl planter | Home Goods (similar)
Unidentified animal skull | gift (similar)
Basket | Home Goods (similar)
Linking to: Thrifty Decor Chick