This light and airy bathroom is the perfect way to transform a small stuffy space into something you will love. Visit the post to get all the details on this Modern Farmhouse Bathroom. This is a sponsored post written by my on behalf of Bed Bath & Beyond. All opinions are 100% mine! Affiliate links have been provided for your shopping convenience.
We’ve been slowly working on updating our Utah house. We started with our Master Bedroom, Mudroom, Laundry Room, some small kitchen updates and now I’m finally ready to reveal our Modern Farmhouse Bathroom! I’m absolutely thrilled to have teamed up with Bed Bath & Beyond to complete this transformation and can’t wait to show you the before and after! Bear with me on the photos… this tiny little space wasn’t easy to photograph in any way! As a reminder this is what we started off with:
The flooring was a brown sheet vinyl, the cabinet was builder grade with no hardware and it was just about as plain as you could get! I originally thought about painting the cabinet and maybe painting the vinyl like I did in our laundry room, but I really wanted this to be a clean and simple bathroom. Right now it’s our kids’ bathroom but they will be moving down to our basement once it’s finished and this will become our guest bathroom. My biggest reason for wanting to not paint this vanity was because I fell in love with this one from Bed Bath & Beyond. Enough talking though… here’s how it turned out. :)
Isn’t that vanity just the most gorgeous thing ever? Spoiler alert, the top drawer is a tilt out for toothbrushes! My kids might actually cry about leaving it, haha!
As you can see we also decided to shiplap the walls, something I have been wanting to do for a while! We added a new tilting mirror that just so happened to come in handy considering the shiplap stopped right behind it!
Overall I wanted this to be a very clean feel so I stuck with my favorite colors for most of it… black and white. We found this light fixture that worked beautifully above the mirror. It’s a rather small space, so I planned on incorporating clear glass that would illuminate the space rather than point the light down.
The faucet might be my absolute favorite part of this whole bathroom though (it’s so hard to choose)! I’m thrilled with how far it comes out from the back edge of the sink and isn’t she just gorgeous?? All the heart eyes for that faucet!
Opposite the wall with the vanity I added some hooks for our towels. In the debate of towel bar vs. hooks, I’m definitely a hooks kinda girl! My kids just can’t seem to keep the towels on a bar. As an added bonus you don’t have to fold them just right to get them to look pretty. Just throw them up there and they look perfectly staged! Don’t go sharing all my life secrets now ; )
The one thing I didn’t do was tile the shower. I desperately wanted to, however the tub and shower walls were one full unit and that was completely out of our budget. We decided to add a pretty shower curtain rod, hooks and a shower curtain to keep closed so you don’t even know what’s back there! More of my life secrets!
We did however decided to go ahead and tile the floor. As we continue to upgrade our house we really want to add a level of luxury so tile seemed like a natural choice. It’s also quite affordable for such a small space if you install it yourself! If you’ve never done it before you can totally find classes at local hardware stores. It’s not as hard as you think, I promise!
I wanted a concrete look so we ended up going with this tile from Floor & Decor. It’s about as close as I can get without actually having real concrete floors!
Now just a few more pretty pictures!
I hope you love this little space as much as I do! It feels so clean when you walk in now and provides a much more open vibe that I desperately wanted in this Modern Farmhouse bathroom!
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