One Room Challenge Spring 2017 {Week Six}: Farmhouse Powder Room Reveal

It’s a beautiful day for a farmhouse powder room reveal, don’t you think?

Six very short weeks ago we signed on to take part in the One Room Challenge, pledging to makeover one room in our home in just, you guessed it, six weeks.

Now, this wasn’t our first rodeo my friends – we’ve actually been down this road a few times now, creating this rustic, cabin themed bedroom for our not-so-little guy the first time around; this lovely farmhouse master bedroom space; our farmhouse style main bathroom last Spring and our farmhouse family room last Fall.


 

So, we knew exactly what we were getting ourselves into when we signed on this time around. We knew it would mean six long weeks of nothing but chaos, to-do lists and never ending work. We knew it would be six long weeks of quick dinners, late bedtimes and absolute exhaustion.

We knew.
 

And still, not only did we decide to jump on board a fifth time (that’s right, five freaking times!), but we had the brilliant idea to take on another bathroom (can you hear the sarcasm coming through?).

After taking on our main bathroom space last Spring, we thought this little powder room would be a piece of cake.

Boy were we wrong!

This itsy-bitsy space may be the smallest room in our home, but oh my goodness, it was by far our most difficult room renovation yet!

Nothing major went wrong per say (thank goodness!), but it truly felt like we were working through one challenge after another, for six very long weeks.

I’ll tell ya, we definitely learned (over and over again) that, even with the best planning (or at the very least, our best effort), things don’t always come together as we’d hoped. I won’t get into all that today (I hope to share a behind the scenes look at the renovation next week).

Honestly though, it felt like we’d never be able to pull this thing off more days than it didn’t.

But really, all that matters today my friends is that all that extra work was SO worth it in the end.

We really couldn’t be happier with how things (finally!) came together!

I cannot wait to share our new powder room with y’all!

But first, let’s just take a quick look back at what we started with…

ORC Powder Room - Before

ORC Powder Room - Before
 

And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for…

Our new farmhouse powder room!

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

We kicked things off with these gorgeous marble hex tile floors from The Builder Depot.

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

There’s just nothing so elegant and classic as marble!

Then we moved on to adding some wood planks to the bottom half of our walls (find the tutorial here), which I painted out in my favourite white paint. I really think it brings so much character to the space.

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

I had planned to paint out the top half of our walls with this beautiful Lisabetta Damask Wall Stencil, but let’s just say things didn’t go as I’d hoped (more on that next week), so at the last minute, I opted to paint the walls and ceiling out with my go-to greige paint.

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

Of course, we added some farmhouse style trim around the window and doorway (tutorial here).

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

Because things weren’t already difficult enough, at the very last second, I changed my mind about the lighting over the mirror and opted to install sconces on either side instead (thank goodness I have THE MOST PATIENT husband EVER!). I’m still deciding on just what I’d like to put here, but for now, we’ve borrowed these rustic lights from our main bathroom.

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

The star of the show is definitely that incredible vanity and mirror combo from Build Direct!Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

Isn’t it just stunning?! I am head over heels in love with the classic lines and rich wood! And how lucky that the counter so perfectly matches our marble floors!

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

To match our main bathroom, we opted to top it with this Cassidy faucet from Delta Canada.

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

And of course, we added in the matching towel ring and toilet paper holder.

In our design plans for the space, I mentioned how much I wanted to replace the bathroom door with a sliding pocket door, but with time running out (more on that next week too!), we opted for a simpler barn style sliding door instead. Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

It still leaves our mudroom space open and, once we get this lock installed, will function perfectly too.

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

Finally, my very favourite part – we added in a few decor pieces to really bring this small space to life…

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

Including this simple artwork I created with my Lisabetta stencil (find the tutorial here!)…

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

Oh my goodness, I swear, nothing about this space was easy! But thank goodness, it was all worth it in the end!

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com

Farmhouse Powder Room | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 
 

Now, just in case you were left wondering about anything, here’s a complete {source list} for everything we used to create this pretty farmhouse powder room space:

marble hexagon tile – The Builder Depot
vanity, counter top + mirror – Build Direct
faucet – Delta Canada
towel ring – Delta Canada
toilet tissue holder – Delta Canada
barn door kit – Home Depot
barn door lock – Amazon
lights – borrowed from our main bath
decor accessories – Wayfair.ca
Lisabetta Damask Wall Stencil – Royal Design Studio


 

Here’s one last look at just how far we’ve come in six week’s time:
install new sliding door
tile bathroom floor
create stencil art
add planked walls and paint
replace trim
install new vanity
install faucet, towel and toilet tissue holders
– install new toilet

install new lighting
decorate!


 
 

We were SO incredibly lucky to have teamed up with such AHHHHHMAZING companies as we plowed our way through this crazy renovation! Sending out SUCH a big thank you to the following companies for sponsoring this makeover (and making it so easy to recommend them and their fabulous products!).

Big thanks to our official sponsors


The Builder Depot
Royal Design Studio Stencils
Delta Canada | BuildDirect | Wayfair.ca

 
 

Now, don’t forget to check out the other One Room Challenge Makeovers – there’s A TON of talent to see my friends!

You might also want to check out our other One Room Challenge makeovers below…


 

And finally, you can find my DIY stencil art tutorial here
Whether you're looking for some inexpensive art to fill that empty wall space, or you'd just really like the ability to customize the size and colours of your artwork, look no further my friends ... this DIY stencil art was SO simple & inexpensive to make and you'll love being able to create exactly what you're looking for!
 

Wishing you SUCH a lovely day!
 
 

PS. This post may contain affiliate links. For more information please read my disclosure and privacy policies.

Happy Notes copy    

101 thoughts on “One Room Challenge Spring 2017 {Week Six}: Farmhouse Powder Room Reveal

  1. Kristi, what a bright and beautiful farm house bathroom! You amaze me each ORC round with all your DIY’s; love the wood planked wall, barn door and oh so gorgeous hexagon tile floor! I have to say my favorite piece is the wood and marble counter/sink with it’s detail! Bravo my friend! XOXO, Sarah

  2. wow love the traditional lines and how much character and charm you have added to your bathroom! love the barn door and yes the countertop marble is stunning! I also love the faucet too … what a beauty!

    congrats on week 6 of One Room Challenge!

  3. SO worth it Kristi! The space looks amazing! Your lighting looks beautiful (even if it was borrowed, lol). I’m so impressed that you got this done with everything else you have going on! You’re amazing girl!

  4. The vanity and mirror are both stunning pieces that totally anchor this space! This room ties in so nicely with the rest of your home now! You guys are rockstars!

  5. Another beautiful ORC makeover, Kristi! Love the vanity and mirror! Proud of you guys for finishing during such a busy time in your lives! Hope you get to relax today! xo

  6. Kristi! Every room you do always turns out so incredible and this one is no exception! Just beautiful. And you know those floor tiles are my favorite! πŸ™‚

  7. Oh my gosh! Kristi, I cannot believe the vanity and mirror are not antiques! That is insane! And the faucet is so dreamy. That is EXACTLY the faucet I would use in an actual bathroom reno in my house. It’s perfect!

  8. That vanity and mirror are so good, Im obsessed! And I knew I’d love your flooring, U have the same in my master bathroom! It truly is a classic! Always a fan of your makeovers and this one did not disappoint!

    1. Thank you so, so much Sara! I still can’t believe we made it through in time, but we are absolutely loving our new powder room space!

  9. Such a gorgeous power room, I LOVE LOVE LOVE that vanity and mirror, stunning! I was seriously nervous for you guys this time, but you did it and knocked it outta the park! Congratulations! xo

    1. Awwww, well thank you Laurie! This was by far our most challenging space, but with a few extra late nights, we were able to pull it all off just in time! Thanks again!

  10. Kristi it is so LOVELY!!! The gorgeous tile, the classic vanity and mirror, your accessories, that sliding door…all that effort was totally worth it as it is such a fabulous space!!!!!! If I entered your powder room, it’s so calm and serene that I may not leave! LOL!

    1. Awwwww, well thank you Lidia! We’re so, so happy with how it all turned out (even if it was the most difficult journey ever to get us there)! Thanks again!

  11. Little spaces are a challenge. Our bathroom is not much bigger than this. Smitten with your vanity and mirror! And the window is so farmhouse cute. Your stencil as artwork is brilliant. You are a very talented team! PS I do like the galvanized sconces.

    1. You are so darn sweet! Thank you so, so much Peggy! This one was literally one thing wrong after another the entire way through (and then some), but we are absolutely thrilled with the results!

  12. Such a beautiful transformation! Love the wood planked wall, the trim, and the marble floor. I have to say my favorite piece is the wood and marble counter/sink! It is such a lovely contrast. Incredible job, Kristi!

    1. Thank you so much Rachel! I adore everything about this space too, but agree that vanity makes SUCH an impact in the space! Thanks again!

  13. Bathroom renos are a real pain, aren’t they? But well worth it in the end! That vanity is stunning, along with the hex tlles. And where did you originally get those sconces from?

    1. Thank you so, so much Sonja! I swear, there was just nothing but challenges with this one! The sconces are from Barn Light Electric. Thanks again!

  14. Kristi, it looks so beautiful! Love the shiplap and the vanity and mirror. And the barn door is awesome. It’s perfect farm house style. Great job!

  15. It turned out amazing!!! All that hard work definitely paid off because your bathroom is adorable! I love the vintage look of the vanity and mirror and that vintage window with the wreath above the toilet is so cute! Great job friend!!

  16. Your new vanity is perfection! And I was laughing because I have the exact same faucet AND marble hex flooring in my bathroom-so I’m obviously loving your style! Kristin @ Postbox Designs

  17. You guys finished, and it’s gorgeous!! I love the tile and the vanity – they look amazing together. I’m sure it’s such a good feeling to have that room done!

  18. Your bathroom makeover is awesome. Love the clean classic look. The mirror and vanity are lovely. Such a big change. Enjoy your new space and thanks for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It.

  19. WOW! I’ve followed along with a bunch of your ORC projects, but this one takes the cake! What a beautiful space you’ve created–and I love the before-and-after pictures. You are transforming your home into a truly beautiful, welcoming space.

    Thanks for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!

Leave a Reply