One Room Challenge Eclectic bathroom reveal

The day has finally come- my eclectic basement bathroom reveal and the end of the One Room Challenge is here! To say I’m excited is an understatement- I’m thrilled!

See, a little over 6 weeks ago we had a completely unfinished basement, and we lived in a house with one bathroom as a family of five. Today, we have a complete gorgeous eclectic bathroom in our basement and I can’t wait to show you everything!

First let me remind you where we started:

And here is where we are now:

Since this is a basement bathroom there isn’t much natural light nor much hight going on, and so I decided to paint the space in a subtle but warm shade of peach from Behr Paint- I feel it makes the space more warm and welcoming!

But it’s the tiles from Home Depot Canada that I’m mostly in love with-they are definitely a showstopper here in this space! They turned out exactly as I hoped – patterned, vibrant and a bit vintage, they look great with the simple textured subway tile.

I think the next thing you notice when you come in is the DIY vanity- my thrifted kijiji piece that my hubby has been working on earlier this week. This project was definitely the best idea I ever got off Pinterest – so much more affordable then getting a new vanity of the similar size and I just love the mid century modern vibe and all the character that this piece adds to the space!

And while there isn’t a lot of art in here , the print by Johanna Rossi that hangs right by the vanity is my new favourite print ever!

And of course, I’m absolutely in love with the gold Delta Faucets – I think they add the perfect amount of chick to this bathroom! (I’m still waiting for one last piece to be installed but it should be up by the end of the week!)

Disclaimer- this renovation where sponsored by Home Depot Canada and Delta Faucets, all opinions remain exclusively my own.

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  1. This renovation turned out great, I love how large the space is! Are your plants real or faux? We’re finishing our own basement renovations and while I’m hoping to get some real ones down there, I’m worried they’ll die (limited light problems, ha!).

    1. One- the bigger one- is real, but it;s a low light- lot’s of water type of plant so should be happy here- and the second one (smaller) is fake!

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