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Blue and White Bathroom Makeover Reveal – One Room Challenge Week 6

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This is it – the day we have all been waiting for! Our blue and white bathroom makeover is complete and today is the big reveal!

After just 6 short weeks the guest bathroom has been completely transformed. There wasn’t one surface left untouched – except for the bathtub.I am very proud to say that I completed 95% of this project all by myself. There definitely were some challenging moments, but I toughed it out and learned some new skills. So let’s get on with it and see my blue and white bathroom makeover reveal! As a refresher, here’s what I started with:


Navy and White Bathroom Makeover - One Room Challenge Week 1


I had to be a bit of a contortionist to take these photographs LOL. This bathrooms does not have a single window or one bit of natural light.  I was standing in the corner behind the toilet, ducking down on the floor under the mirror – it was hysterical.

Yes, I painted the tile floor to look like marble!


Navy and White Bathroom Makeover - One Room Challenge Week 1

A tutorial will be following soon. Being that I was on a budget for this bathroom makeover, I had to get creative with my finishes.

All new hardware was installed and I chose champagne bronze finish.

Liberty Hardware pulls and knobs look beautiful with the newly blue painted vanity.

The Countertop was painted too!

My heart was set on having a bright white countertop – until I discovered how expensive it was going to be to purchase a new one. I found a product that allowed me to paint my beige countertop to have the glossy white countertop of my dreams. Another tutorial to follow.

The glass tile on the feature wall is peel and stick from Aspect. I chose the color Frost.

We added a new light fixture and raised it higher on the wall by 12 inches.

The mirror was repurposed as I already it stored in my closet. You can see that tutorial HERE.

Thank goodness my hydrangeas chose yesterday to bloom!

This Delta Dryden faucet is a beauty!


The new faucet and fixtures are from Delta in the Dryden line. Again, I installed them all myself with their easy to follow directions.


And I painted the shower tiles

Being that I painted the floor tiles, the shower tiles needed to be painted too. At first I was going to do a faux marble treatment on them as well. As the bathroom makeover progressed, I felt that this was going to be too busy. I opted to paint the tiles light gray. Tutorial to follow.


I got a great deal on the heavy duty kitchen cabinet at Lowe’s. After priming and painting, it now looks fabulous hanging on the wall next to the shower.


I can’t believe how different the bathroom looks. Honey Bee was out of town on a business trip, so he didn’t see the room coming in the final few days. When he returned last night I was so happy and proud when he said “Oh my God, this is beautiful! The bathroom looks so much larger now.”

Thank you for following along for the past few weeks. I hope you love my blue and white bathroom makeover reveal! Now I’m going to soak my aching muscles LOL.

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Blue and White Bathroom Makeover Reveal - One Room Challenge Week 6Sources:


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You can catch up with our past posts here WEEK 1     WEEK 2     WEEK 3     WEEK 4   WEEK 5. WEEK 6

A big thank you to the creator of the One Room Challenge™  Linda of Calling it Home .Without you, I wouldn’t have a “new” bathroom!

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  1. GORGEOUS!!!!! LOOOVE the paint color you chose for the cabinets! It looks amazing with that wallpaper! Congratulations on completing the ORC!

  2. One word…STUNNING!! Y’all knocked it out of the park! Great job ladies! Hugs!

  3. Congratulations on getting this room done and done so beautifully, Vicki! I love the blue and white theme for this bathroom. You’re right, bathrooms are incredibly hard to photograph. Enjoy this new space. Bet your hubby will approve!

  4. WHAAAAT??!! I’m almost speechless! This is one of the most dramatic transformations I’ve ever seen. The amazing thing is that you did’t demo any tile, counters or cabinets, but instead re-invented what you already had to work with. This bathroom is BEAUTIFUL, and I am so impressed!

  5. Totally worth the wait! I love, love, love everything you did to make this room feel so special. From the frosted tile, to the wallpaper to the painted floors, shower tiles, countertops and cabinet, mirror and the hardware you chose – you should feel so proud of all of your hard work. It paid off, just gorgeous! Hugs, CoCo

  6. I’m swooning! All the blues are so beautiful! I already fell in love with that wallpaper, but you have floored me with your floor! I would never have guessed that it was painted. It’s a stunning reveal and you should give yourself major kudos on a brilliant job!

  7. Wow! Vicki, I can’t believe my eyes. This is spectacular! Pinning!

  8. OMG! Wow! That is beyond gorgeous! That wallpaper!!! And I love the blue cabinet! Well done! Well done indeed!!

  9. Beautiful job! So much character in such a small space. And such a vibrant blue on those cabinets! What a transformation!

  10. Prettiest bathroom ever!! I love how it turned out! That wallpaper and vanity paint color combo is perfection.

  11. Sigh – gorgeous!!! I love the blue and that wallpaper is stunning! The brass hardware and fixtures are a great accent in the room too! Major Kudos for a great space!

  12. I still can’t get over that wallpaper!! What a beautiful transformation!

  13. Your bathroom is stunning!! It is so elegant!! I am in awe that you painted the vanity top, floor tile and shower tile!! I am looking forward to the tutorials, I want to do our master bathroom, but I am not sure I am up to laying tile again. This body of mine still hasn’t recovered, lol!! I know where you’re coming from on trying to photograph a bathroom. I was stuck against the back wall of our tub surround trying to get the perfect shot..HA! Congratulations on a beautiful makeover!! Grab a glass of wine and jump in a hot bubble bath…you deserve it!!

  14. these are my two fave colors so of course I love it!!! it is just fabulous what you put together in 6 weeks. Congrats!

  15. I literally just gasped!!! The wallpaper, that blue coloured vanity, the painted shower tiles – I LOVE IT ALL!!!!!

  16. An absolutely beautiful and amazing transformation of a bathroom! The blue and white combination is so bright and crisp looking. Congratulations 2 Bees on another successful DIY project!

  17. Vicki, this is PHENOMENAL! You did so much work and it turned out absolutely beautiful! That wallpaper – the counters (I can’t wait for that tutorial) – everything really! And those floors are gorgeous! I would never have known that they were hand painted. Just an outstanding job. You should be extremely proud of yourself! Xoxo

  18. How beautiful is this room!!!!!! I love the blue vanity with the champagne bronze, that is such a gorgeous combination! And that wallpaper! And the painted tiles! You’ve done so much to update this space, and it came out great. Hope you are enjoying the transformation!

  19. Debra K Casebere says:

    Wow, wow, wow! Just gorgeous! Another stunning project! Thanks for taking us all along for the ride!

  20. What a difference! I wouldn’t even know this was the same room. The new high contrast blue and white and floral wall make for such a pretty space.

  21. Wow! It turned out so gorgeous! I love the wallpaper and the blue with the brass accents! This bathroom is a showstopper now!

  22. This blue and white bathroom is killing me! What a great job you did! I am about to rip up some ugly carpet and paint a floor and you have given me courage, sisters! Well done. Also, do you think my husband would notice if I put that paper on every single wall in our house?

  23. Marcie Millholland says:

    That wallpaper is just fabulous!! The powder room looks so fresh and fabulous. I painted the vinyl floor in my daughter’s bathroom a few ORC’s ago and it still looks good! I love that you painted your floor as well!!

  24. Vicki, this room just screams YOU! It is absolutely gorgeous, and you know I love all the DIY touches – especially those “marble” floors! And of course, that wallpaper is gorgeous! Beautiful job!

  25. The color choices are so happy! Such a gorgeous space!

  26. Oh. My. Goodness. This is beyond fabulous. I have a 70’s bathroom with royal/navy blue sinks that I’ve been trying to re-do on a budget, and this is perfect!!! What is the name of the paint color you used? I’m going to go measure my wall for wallpaper and get this going!

  27. I never thought blue would look so beautiful in the bathroom! Really very charming and elegant! Thank you for the tips! I loved the wallpaper!

  28. Vicki, fabulous job on your bathroom makeover. I’m blown away that you painted the floors, the countertops and the tile. I’m including your post as one of my top ORC bathroom makeovers tomorrow.

  29. Connie Borden says:

    This is a great and innovative idea. Thanks for sharing your idea.

  30. Connie Borden says:

    Beautiful and cool renovation. The combination of blue and white is cooler than any combination. Thanks for this renovation ideas.

  31. ColleenB.~ Tx. says:

    Beautiful make-over. Love how you painted the floor and the counter top
    Such a pretty color of blue you used on your vanity. I wasn’t able to find the color;/ brand of paint you used on your vanity.

  32. Clara Cerda says:

    Your bathroom is absolutely gorgeous!

  33. Hey Babe, what is the name of the blue color on the vanity? I’m obsessed! TIA! 💜

  34. Beautifully designed bathroom!! I have been searching for a product to cover my blue-marble colored countertops and am hoping I have finally found it? I was wondering how your countertop and sink are holding up a year later? Also, were your countertops laminate or cultured marble? I will be so EXCITED if this becomes the answer to my tiny half bathroom prayers!!!

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