*This is a sponsored post brought to you by Pearl Design Studio. All opinions are 100% my own.
We’ve finished the Master Bathroom mini makeover! It all started with my friend Pearl, of Pearl Design Studio (on Etsy.com). She creates the loveliest stencils and it was this very one that had me at hello.
Yes, it was love at first sight and just the boost I needed to get going on a makeover.
First, I chose where I wanted the focal point of the bathroom floor to be, then taped the stencil to the floor tile with painters tape. With a small circular-shaped sponge brush I began stenciling. I immediately removed the stencil and fixed any smudging with a fingernail.
I found that it was easiest to remove excess paint from the stencil before moving onto the next tile. Once the entire floor was finished, I used a mini roller (*don’t use a brush, it will pull the paint off the tile) and sealed it with Minwax Polyacrylic protective finish. I let the floor set overnight (which I’d also strongly recommend if you’re going to give this a try at home).
I was thrilled with the results:
Now that the floor was complete… it was on to the rest. Let’s take a peek back at where we started:
I wanted to pump this tiny space with loads of character… so I had the mister help me add some Shiplap to the back wall. Once that was hung, we added a new light fixture, a small cabinet, and of course a few accessories:
And last but not least, let’s see them side by side:
Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed the mini makeover.
Floor Stencil : PearlDesignStudio (use Promo Code: MyBlueberryStencil to receive 20% off your purchase of $15+)
Clock: Antique Farmhouse
Light Fixture: Amazon
Turkish Fouta Towels: Amazon
Faux plant: Homegoods
Pineapple sachet: Homegoods
Hand and Cream Soap: Murchison Hume