Brought this with me from one of my old baths and this is an inexpensive fixture from Lowes with seeded glass globes. Print passed on to me from Layla, which I’ve always admired from Rusty Cricket shop. I picked up the frame from the thriftstore and had a mat custom cut for it, total to frame it.I’ll show you that later too, but framing things like that is so easy.Burlap lamp was in one of my bathrooms too and it works great in here.Hard to get a great pic with the light shining so bright in here.I have no idea what happened back in 1973 that brought in the aqua countertops, but I have a feeling my Dad found them on sale somewhere. So, let’s take a peek back at what this bathroom looked like a few short weeks ago when I first shared it with you.
You can see I added the beadboard wallpaper on all the walls in both rooms, except around the vanity area.
With the Replace service, they remove your old cabinets and replace them with gorgeous new ones. I don’t think I’ve ever gone to Home Depot with out talking a little tour through the kitchen area, it just draws me in like a magnet! This is the style of the cabinets that we’re getting, they’re called Ox Hill. Fairy and I talked it over and we decided to go all out and get new counter tops and new flooring while we are at it!
The Reface option, works with the bones of your old cabinets and refaces them with new doors, trim, veneer etc. This is the color of the cabinets, it’s called Picket Fence. Since the Home Depot can do all of that too, it just made sense to do it all now, and have them install it all at once.
And the Renew option takes your existing cabinets and refinishes the wood. I’m ridiculously excited to announce that I applied for, and have been chosen for, the Replacement option!!! I’m so excited to have been selected for this, that I can’t even begin to tell you! I picked out some Martha Stewart Hardware to go along with the cabinets. We picked out black Absolute Granite for around the perimeter of the kitchen and we’re going with Silestone in Lyra for the island. Mike has been designing kitchen’s for years, he loves his job and he’s won awards for Designer Excellence, so I knew I was in good hands!
It’s like Christmas and my Birthday all rolled up into one, and maybe a few other holidays too! I love how the Lyra looks a lot like Carrara Marble, but without all the worry, that you get with real marble. It’s the same wood floor that we have in our Dining Room, Living Room and Foyer, we decided to extend it into the Kitchen and Laundry Room. At the end of the appointment, you get a print out of your new Kitchen to take home with you. And if you decide to proceed with the Renovation, you can have them come out to your home to take the official measurements.
Some suggested that I should reglaze or paint the tiles. But no more…carpet is gone, as well as that ugly, ugly wallpaper and border. This pretty green metal shelf came out of my old green bathroom in AL, along with the accessories, most of which were found at yardsales.