We bought a cottage last July and we've been slowly renovating it room-by-room into the Country House of our dreams. One room I had to tackle ASAP was our upstairs washroom. It was stuck in the 70's and in desperate need of a facelift. So, I bought a few cans of paint (Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace) and got to work painting the walls, vanity, baseboards and window trim (which has since been replaced along with the windows).
My style inspiration for the house is 'Modern Farmhouse' and if you search the term every image you see includes shiplap! So we bought pre-painted MDF, wood composite from Lowes and installed it up on the ceiling. Wow, it completely transformed the space and highlighted the beautiful wood beams on the ceiling! It also highlighted the terrible lighting fixtures so that was the next to go!
Click here for the link to the vanity light and click here for the link to the chandelier. Both are from Design Electrical in Owen Sound.
I cozied up the space with some great finds from Homesense including the mirrors and faux fur carpets that wear and wash beautifully! Just hang to dry and shake to fluff them back up!
The large wood frame is from Barebirch (best shop ever) in Owen Sound and the small blue antique table is from Styled By Monique in Collingwood.
I fancied up the enormous 70's jet tub with simple wood crates from The Home Depot, simple greenery from outside and another cozy faux fur rug. We will eventually replace the tub and vanity and install a glass door on the shower.... but for now I think it looks great! And my kids are little enough (5 & 7) to think the tub is super cool too... lol.