1. Lovely shade of pink. Feminine without being syrupy sweet. Great remodel!

  2. So pretty! I love the hanging wall plants.

    1. Thanks! I’m in love with them too. I had to have them!

  3. Great job! I love that you were able to make the old floor tile look intentional. The wall color is beautiful and the new marble top sink works really well with it.

    1. Thank you Amy! The number one thing I wanted to do is make the old tile look like it was intentional. I’m glad that I accomplished that.

  4. Wow, what a difference. It looks amazing. I love how you add all the molding, so pretty

    1. Thanks Marty, I’m addicted to moulding now 😉

  5. Love it, looks like an entirely new room and on a budget.

  6. Julia it’s perfection!!!!! I’m loving this shade of paint so much! The monochromatic design with the trim, moulding, and even the mirror works so spectacularly! Well done and awesome job.

    1. Thank you Stephanie! I’m already thinking about adding more moulding in the house. Maybe ceiling moulding.

  7. That makeover is one of the best I’ve ever seen! You are so talented and so lucky to be able to do this work yourself. Any kind of renovations cost a small fortune and trying to find someone competent to do the work right is very hard. Now your bathroom is bright and cheerful. The best accessories in there are the kitties though!

    1. Wow Donna and this is the nicest compliment I have ever received. Thank you so much! And I agree they are definitely the best accessories.

  8. First….I would have killed the Uncle. It’s one of those things….if he wasn’t going to do what you wanted, you probably would have paid someone to do the tile versus what you would up with.

    I need to paint my bathroom too, it’s currently blue with a brown painted vanity. (It was in style 10 years ago.). My friend said I should paint the walls, vanity and trim all one color and I just couldn’t see it….now I can.

    Unfortunately, I installed a tile floor when I moved in and I PICKED IT OUT….I created a ‘rug’ with a tile border and now I wish I would have gone with a plain floor. I need to go get a paint deck to match to the right color paint. It’s beige tones with a white geometric border. My tile is white, but it’s cracked in places and not in great shape, I have to live with it, or at least the countertop for a while longer.

    1. Ugh Renee! It makes me so mad to just think about it. I’m glad you can envision the monochromatic look now. Have a great weekend.

  9. It looks beautiful! Well done!

  10. You are so gutsy…..from black walls (yikes) to pink….it looks unbelievably great.
    The floor…OMG!! It looks custom.
    The cat IS an integral part of the whole room.

    1. Thank you so much, Carol! Haha the black walls! Love my cat accessories

  11. Alisa B Smith says:

    WOW! Amazing. Thank you for sharing!

  12. It looks fantastic. I LOVE the plants. That’s something I should add to my bath. Great job with everything

    1. The planters and plants are perfect for any bathroom. So much better than art because of the humidity always ruining everything

  13. I love this bathroom! Love all your work. We have similar styles. I’m bad about commenting, but always read your posts!

    1. Well thanks so much for always reading Debra and for your comment. I really appreciate it

  14. Really amazing work! I love the wall treatment. I love the wall plants. I love that everything has the same color, which gives the chance to the depth of the 3-D shapes to shine through (i.e., mirror, vanity, even the decor pieces). The shower curtain is just the right pop of color to tie it all together and bring it to life. Even the cat-model seems perfectly designed to the space. 🙂

    1. Thanks Ale. Willy looks perfect in any space, right?

  15. Jen Biggs says:

    Great job as usual, Julia!!!!

  16. Love it!! I was impressed and surprised that the prior tile held up so well. Anyhow, love the new look.

    PS – could not view or find the video

    1. Thanks Tammara. They are chipped here and there but nothing awful, so yes they held up great over 20 years.

  17. What a beautiful job you did, Julia. I shudder to think what my results would look like if I ever attempted to do a makeover on our bathroom! You’re so talented! And I really appreciate your honesty about being on a budget – that’s the reality for most people, and I see so many bloggers who “seem” to have unlimited funds for such things, although I find that hard to believe. Naturally, I love the cat accessories. 🙂

    1. Yes, I get baffled by how some people look like they have unlimited funds too. We certainly do not! And thank you so much

  18. Your blush bathroom makeover is truly inspiring! It’s wonderful how you turned your dreams into reality, even without a complete gutting of the space. The decision to work within budget and energy constraints is a testament to your practical approach.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.