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Powder bathroom complete.

Our powder bathroom has come a long way! Not only did we enlarge the space (albeit only by about one foot), but we also enhanced the overall feeling of the space. What began as a small utilitarian beigh bathroom has now become a bright and elegant powder bathroom. Please reference this previous post: Powder bathroom. 

Before:

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After:

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This bathroom is one of our favorite spaces in the home. Adding just one foot to most rooms would make little difference, but to a tiny room, one foot can make a massive difference. New plumbing fixtures and bright white tiles also brightened up and enlivened the bathroom. What was once a dull space is now a glittering jewel box.

Floor tiles are from American Restoration Tile in Mabelvale, Arkansas. The accent wall tiles are from Golem tiles in Berlin, Germany. The white wall tiles are from Home Depot. The lighting fixtures are from Rejuvenation based in Portland, Oregon. The mirror is from Gun Barrel City, Texas; or at least that is where my mom and I purchased the mirror in 1996(ish) for 80(ish) dollars. Pieces from around the world that come together to make a most pleasing friendship in our small but lovely powder bath.

Love and hugs,

Suzie

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