Wow, what a whirlwind these past few weeks have been. From our wedding (more coming about that!) to pulling off a surprise bathroom makeover, things have been a buzz of activity. It was so nice to come home to a finished, much nicer bathroom, though! I’ve gotten tons of questions about the finishing touches in the space, so I wanted to break down the full source list. If I missed anything, let me know and I can update this post!
The Full Source List for Our Tiny Bathroom Makeover
As always, please note that a few of these items have been gifted to me. I have indicated that with an asterisk * next to the name of the product. As usual though, I am only sharing what I have absolutely loved and would spend ‘real money’ on regardless.
Our old light fixture was not even centered to the sink (before photos are here)! It used to drive me crazy. Once we moved the junction box, I knew immediately which light fixture would be perfect for the bathroom. I chose this 2-light wall sconce* and placed it in the horizontal orientation. I love the soft, diffused light that it provides while also lending the space some bold, modern lines.
We also replaced the existing exhaust fan with this more powerful fan with a light*. Our old fan barely worked… in fact, it would launch into a crazy rattling sound after being on for about 5 minutes. Not exactly the zen environment I want when taking a bath! The new fan works really well, plus it’s nice having an additional light source in the bathroom.
I am SO into our new mirror*, you guys! It took me a while to find the right size and shape because our bathroom is so tiny and I needed something black to match the other pieces in the space. The skinny mirror frame is elegant and modern, while the size of it is perfect for seeing everything while applying makeup!
Ahhh, bathroom storage… because we don’t have a bath vanity and instead have a pedestal sink, I had to get creative. I was thrilled to discover this powder coated white cabinet fit in the space. It’s one of my favorite furniture pieces and one that I’ve moved a few times. I can never seem to part ways with it! The style is no longer sold, but here are a few similar options:
I also used an extra wire basket from our kitchen to hold hand towels on top of the cabinet. As for toilet paper storage, we didn’t want to drill into our freshly repaired walls, so I bought a belly basket to hold multiple rolls at once. I love that the seagrass adds another soft material to the space. I stole this idea from Annette’s guest quarters in Italy and I’m so obsessed with it. I’ll never run out of TP again for guests!
BTW, I am SO proud of my IKEA hack, turning these spice racks into tiny shelves for my massive skincare collection! I debated painting them blue as well, but ultimately left them raw wood. They complement the natural tones in the basket, floor, and artwork quite nicely. It’s so nice to have a place to store beauty products — especially without a bathroom vanity! Plus, it’s fun to display products with beautiful packaging and let them act as mini pieces of art.
We have way too much artwork in the house, so it’s a constant shuffle of where pieces will ultimately stay. I moved this mountain art print (similar) into the bathroom and I’m so glad it’s here! The large scale of it helps to balance the mirror, while the art itself is something near and dear to our hearts.
As soon as I planned out the design, I knew I wanted a white waffle weave shower curtain. There’s something about this classic that feels so spa-like! I’m really happy with the quality of this one, especially given how affordable it is. The white is a really nice way to brighten up the space, too.
And, lastly, I finally have a bathroom that shows off our black and white stripe towels from Weftend! We’ve had these gorgeous Turkish towels for quite some time and they wash incredibly well. I’m always amazed by how soft and thick they are.
- EasyCare Ultra Premium Paint from True Value in Maine Sky (the top color) and Crystal Lake (the bottom color)*
- Vale Charcoal Gray 21″ x 32″ Rectangular Wall Mirror*
- NuTone InVent LED White 80 CFM 0.8 Sones Lighted Bath Fan*
- Mitzi Stella 20″ High Old Bronze 2-Light Wall Sconce*
- H2Okinetic® In2ition® 5-Setting Two-in-One Shower*
- Matte Black Shower Flange*
- Matte Black Shower Arm*
- Stryke™ 17 Thermostatic Valve*
- Stryke™ Centerset Faucet*
- black and white stripe towels*
- black hook rack
- small wooden shelves
- white cabinet (similar)
- wire basket*
- belly basket
- black shower curtain rod
- black shower curtain rings
- white waffle weave shower curtain
- mountain art print (similar)
Also, be sure to check out the other 2 posts about our bathroom makeover:
- Before & After: Our Colorblock Bathroom Makeover
- The Easiest Way to Refresh a Tiny Bathroom to Feel More Functional
So what do you think of the new-ish bathroom??