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Oh my, how long ago was it when we began this bathroom remodel. I painted the bathroom cabinet, and began scouring the internet for mirror and décor ideas. My husband added hardware, changed the faucets, and then we waited for the mirrors to arrive…and waited…and waited…and waited. One arrived broken. They were sold out. The company was very accommodating (and new) and gave a full refund while allowing us to keep the other mirror. I found the same mirror on another website, so no harm done. But we lost momentum during the wait for sure.

Recently, it seems we adjusted to our new schedules and little projects around the house have seen their completion. This morning, my man switched the light fixtures around, per my request.

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And later this morning, we tackled the oversized mirror and my husband hung the two mirrors (who were spray painted black some time ago, collecting dust). Then with loving kisses I continued to bring him things to hang. The verdict? Decide for yourself.

IMG_8000I chose these mirrors for their shelves, to lessen the countertop clutter.

IMG_7999The black and white palate is so striking.

IMG_8008IMG_8014Of course, the littlest touch of color goes a long way, I think.

IMG_7998The rose photograph now makes sense.

IMG_8013An antique spice rack to hold bobby pins, hair ties, and some luxury bath goodies.  IMG_8016And towel hooks for convenience.IMG_8017What do you think?

IMG_7996It feels like a decorated space now, whereas before there was little we could do to make it our own. In some fantasy, we’d rip out everything and put in a clawfoot tub and an antique dresser turned vanity, but I believe we’ll be happy with this remodel for a long time.

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