02 February 2010

A Reveal

Here's our finished basement bathroom....with the exception of changing out the faucets.

I unfortunately don't have a before photo...but the before of this bathroom was broken tiles and dark walls. Mr. Plains laid the beautiful black and white tiles and added some bead board...love how that looks.

The bathroom is rather large...so I added this old rug (a great $5.00 find) to break up the tile and add a little warmth to the bathroom.

I painted the walls Gray Owl by Ben Moore and the trim and bead board a crisp white.

I also included lots of basket....they added a lot of needed warmth to the space. (Have I mentioned that I have an obssesion with baskets.

2 bathrooms down....1 bathroom left to go.

35 comments:

  1. The Edwardian-style basin is perfect, and you've accessorised it beautifully. Well done to Mr Plains for that fine floor!

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  2. Every part of it is just BEAUTIFUL...down right to that star fish, curtains, tile floor, bead board...

    okay you get my drift...love how it turned out!!!

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  3. wow wee, love this bathroom especially the floor!! great job Andrea...and this is the basement bathroom, wow!!

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  4. Looks so pretty and I'm jealous, I want those floors!!
    Hugs~Kelly

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  5. The tile is so classic and looks really nice.

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  6. I LOVE this bathroom! I am sooo envious of the tile and of that beautiful rug!!! I want one just like it. :) It's very timeless and classic looking - great job!
    And, what a perfect chair ~
    Sarah

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  7. so beautiful, Andrea! Love the tile work - wow!! And the colors, that gray is perfection!

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  8. I can't believe this bathroom is the one in your basement. GORGEOUS! All the best, Lori

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  9. Wow! What a great size room! You are so lucky! I have been thinking about Gray Owl for my guest bedroom. It is nice to see it up on the walls...it looks great! ~mary~

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  10. Oh my my my my my my.....

    I love it. It looks like a magazine article! Or, like Restoration Hardware (maybe its the soothing green on the walls that reminds me of them).

    You guys did an incredible job!! My house next! :)

    Enjoy it!

    Ruth

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  11. Oh Andrea,
    It's beautiful! What an amazing job you and Mr. Plains did ~ congratulations!
    xo~Tracie

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  12. Your bathroom is so lovely...I adore the tile floor. Thank you for showing it off to us. Your Mr. is very talented indeed. xoxo

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  13. oh, that looks gorgeous!!! what a spectacular reveal!!!

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  14. Andrea, I love the room! I have bathroom envy! I won't even tell you about mine. Lovely job, Mr. Plains!
    Sherry

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  15. Andrea, I love all your choices!... the color of the walls, the tiles, the crisp white beadboard. It looks fabulous and I share your basket obsession!

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  16. Beautiful...love your $5.00 rug and baskets. Did I mention how much I love, love, love the color of your walls...cause I really do...gorgeous!!

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  17. Andrea amor, your bathroom came out gorgeous! I think you and your mr. make such a great team! Beautifully done :) Besos, Rose

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  18. it's wonderful and every detail is perfect!!
    You are good!!!

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  19. Andrea you and your husband did a fantastic job! You should be so proud of yourselves. I hear you on the baskets love that color and warmth. Super job!!

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  20. Andrea, your bathroom is gorgeous! I love everything you did and that little slightly tattered rug is the perfect finishing touch.

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  21. Your bathroom is gorgeous! I love baskets also I think I might have too many :)

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  22. Oh mY another great bathroom!!! I can't wait to see what you do witht the 3rd one!!!
    the color has me swooning,
    xo,
    LuLu

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  23. Gorgeous! I have an obsession with baskets, too! Oh, and ruffles and... LOL!

    I would love to paint my new booth space that color! BTW, how is it going with yours? Did that happen yet?

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  24. A lot of work that paid off. It's so inviting!

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  25. It's perfect - how happy you must be! I love bathroom makeovers - they make you feel so fresh. That is an odd statement - but you know what I mean..right?

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  26. Just found your blog when browsing through Vintage Junky. This bathroom is gorgeous! I adore the tile.

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  27. Perfect, in every way.

    Blessings ~ Eileen @ Star's Fault

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