Wrapping up our bathroom series! For the first 2 years of his life, Sonny shared a bathroom with Timmy and me. It wasn’t that big of a deal, but once we started this renovation process I knew we would all appreciate him having his own! We had gotten used to giving him a bath in the sink or our bathtub but we were ready for our independent bathing experiences. (Especially now since we are in the potty training phase!) I think this one was the most exciting because we were starting from absolute scratch.
Here to continue our much anticipated (at least by me…) bathroom reveal!! Last time, I showed you our master. In case you missed it, you can find all of the pics and shoppable links to it HERE! Now it’s time for the guest bathroom!!
We made a lot of changes to our house when we moved in; however, we had to put bathrooms on the back burner. We had just had Sonny and decided that the kitchen was the first project to tackle. The bathrooms were so charming and reminded me a lot of my childhood- with the colored and printed tiles-but we knew we wanted to make them our own.
A few weeks ago I posted on my Instagram about the challenge I was having with keeping my outdoor furniture clean! Even with covers and regular cleaning, fighting with the elements in my backyard is impossible. Marie Flanigan, my go-to source for all things home decor and improvement came to the rescue and put together a list of tips to help me take care of my beautiful things!
One of the first decisions I made when re-designing my kitchen was picking the stone for the countertops. I felt like if I had this down, all the other design elements would come into place fast and easy! Marie Flanigan, my amazing interior designer from Texas, introduced me to Aria Stone Gallery, the most incredible online marketplace for stone!