Bathroom update with


They say decorating is never ending – so true.  While I’ve been incredibly content with the way our home has come together, when I was offered to collaborate with, I jumped at the chance to update Mr. Wonderful’s bathroom! was so easy to find what I needed and some products have product videos tutorials on how to install the product up! I’m also proud to say Benjamin and I installed everything all by ourself!  Changing lights is actually incredibly easy – don’t be intimidated!

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The good husband had to deal with a very girly bathroom that was supposed to be mine so I added some nautical touches for him with a thrift store picture and a barometer eBay find.

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I decided to mix metal finishes after seeing this image on Pinterest.

I love the champagne bronze/gold look (yes, slightly different than brass) that is trendy right now – but I didn’t want to get too carried away with then having to replace the shower head, faucet, and suddenly go too modern.

I decided to change the knobs, a very affordable cost, at just $3 per knob, a $15 upgrade isn’t bad!


Murray Feiss 2 Light Vanity to replace the crystal one.


And let’s also admire this very fancy Kohler Tissue Holder:

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Equipment used: Sony NEX-5R

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in her garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party.


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