I give a lot of credit to the previous owners of our house. All of the rooms were painted a decent color and nothing made us go, "WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?!" (You can see how the house looked before we moved in here.)
With that being said, there are some rooms that we've been wanting to paint and we have finally gotten around to it...the guest bathroom being one of those spaces.
The previous color wasn't terrible, it just made the space feel really dark. That, coupled with the super cool and stylish 90's light fixture (you know the one that is just a row of bulbs?), made for a really dark space.
We had some paint leftover from painting little man's room, so we decided to do some minor upgrades to the guest bathroom.
We changed out the light fixture, faucet, towel bar, paint, and are currently in need of a new towel hook. These simple changes made a world of difference!
We are still wanting granite and new floors in this space, but we want it to match the kitchen and we haven't gotten that far yet, so the waiting continues!
All in all, for less than $200 we were able to update some keep pieces in this bathroom that make it feel new again!
PS: The lighting is making the room look a little yellow, but I promise it is a much brighter space than before! Aren't bathrooms without windows the worst to photograph?
Paint - Repose Gray by SW
Light - Home Depot here
Faucet - Home Depot
Moss T - DIY here
Other decor from HomeGoods and random other places!