New Bathroom Faucets + Makeover in a Month Update

New bathroom faucets + makeover in a month
New Bathroom Faucets + Makeover in a Month Update 5

Hmy friends! I’m here with a bathroom update today for the Makeover in A Month series. Several of my blogger friends and I set out on a timeline, each to start and complete a room remodel in our own home by the end of this month. Isn’t it amazing how fast you can work when you have a deadline ?! Kind of like how quickly you can clean your house when the company arrives (heheheh). Alas, we don’t have a lot of visitors these days (thanks RONA), so I guess we’re going to resort to our own deadlines. 🙂

My project is this simple makeover in our bathroom in the basement. I wanted to refresh this space for FIVE YEARS, but so many other things seemed more urgent to me, so I kept putting it off. But now we’re going to do it in a few days! HOURRA! I’m grateful for a deadline. It helped me let go of the idea of ​​finding the perfect plan so that I could focus on the most reasonable options for this space. It’s really fun to see what a difference these simple changes are already making in this room!

If you’re just catching up, or like to scroll back and forth like I do to see the front and progress, take a look below where we started.

New bathroom faucets + makeover in a month

Last week I showed you our freshly painted vanity in this post. The dark, shiny wood vanity, dated silver and brass faucets and hardware did not do this bathroom a favor. The milk paint was like magic in the way it transformed vanity.

This week we had our brand new Kingston Brass faucets installed. I mean, can you even believe the difference between the paint and the new faucets? I AM SO IN LOVE with the changes already! I feel like we’re going to have a whole new bathroom. And we haven’t even finished yet!

New bathroom faucets + makeover in a month

I love vintage style faucets they are so cute! They are also of high quality. We also installed new matte black hardware for the towel rail, robe hook, toilet paper holder and toilet handle (all from Kingston Brass). LOVE how cohesive it all comes together now! I’ll share more of these updates in our revealed and upcoming articles.

Next we are going to paint the stencil on the wall (so curious how this is going to be haha, stay tuned :). Then we’ll hang up the mirrors, remove the old lights, and install these pretty white powder coated lights from Barn Light Electric!

Click here for a reminder of our designer mood board too!

New bathroom faucets + makeover in a month

I’m pretty excited to see this room come together. 🙂

Visit other Makeover in a Month bloggers to see the progress of their spaces!

Miss Mustard Seed
My 100 year old house

Did you work on simple home renovations during this pandemic?