This whole project began when I stumbled across Milton & King. I spent hours on their site looking at all their wallpaper options, they have so many amazing designs. I knew I wanted to wallpaper the bathroom, but wasn’t sure which direction to take the design until I stumbled across Sarah Annie. I fell in love and the design took off!
I made a few adjustments to the design in an attempt to make the powder room as budget friendly as possible. Instead of purchasing a new mirror, I did a little DIY and stripped a mirror I already had down to its original wood tone. One thing led to another and a few other adjustments were made, all to say I’m so happy I made the changes because I love the final design.
With the final design set, I was ready to get started! I was a little hesitant since it had been a few years since I wallpapered a room and I knew hanging traditional wallpaper wasn’t easy. BUT! I was SOO WRONG! Wallpaper has changed drastically in just a few years, making this project so easy that I even completed it in my first trimester of pregnancy!
I’m not going to give you a tutorial on hanging the wallpaper, because Milton & King already mastered that tutorial and its the tutorial I followed when hanging my wallpaper. You can find that tutorial here on their blog.
It wouldn’t be a good reveal without showing you a few before photos…so here you go! This is what the powder room looked like a few months ago when we moved in!
Here is a list of everything I changed in the powder room:
- Paint Cabinet (Involved Sanding, Priming, Buffing, Painting)
- Added New Cabinet Hardware
- Spray Painted Fixtures and Accessories
- Stripped Mirror
- Painted Tile Floor (you can find that tutorial here)
- Hung Milton & King Wallpaper
All of that, lead to this result!
- Cabinet Hardware
- Landscape Print
- Basket Wall Decor
- Wood Cloche
- Hand Towel
- Trash Can
- Spray Paint
- Mirror (similar)