5 room wall colour 2018

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Hello there,

Did the title draw you in? That was my intention because who wouldn’t want to know the answer. 🙂

Welcome to Week 3 of the in which I am renovating my daughter’s bathroom and documenting the process in six blog posts over five weeks. (The photographer is booked for May 8th – less than 3 weeks away!) You can catch up on the before photos and the design concept here:

Week 1 |

I know from experience, having completed seven ORC’s that this is when things are either moving along as planned or things are at a standstill. In my case, it’s the latter. And it is no one’s fault but my own. You see, I committed the cardinal sin of renovating which is…


Usually, I am planning, scheming and ordering product weeks in advance for client projects or my own but with this project, I didn’t decide to participate until the day before the first blog post was due. (I know I sound like a broken record but I need to explain my lack of progress. 🙂 ) Couple that with indecisiveness (it’s way easier to design client spaces than my own, right designer friends?) and we are where we are. My contractor spent one day last week demoing the bathroom – removing the tub, toilet, floor and wall tiles. If I had the bathtub and shower rough in on site, then the plumber could have installed both the next day and on the third day, the tiling could have begun.

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The doors and the drawers of the vanity are being professionally sprayed at. They are waiting to hear back from me on the colour choice and I am thinking black or navy which would look great against the faint lavender or blue walls. Can you sense my indecisiveness?

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I don’t have the tiles either. Again, my fault for leaving my tile selection until last week. I am partnering with and I cannot wait for the tile to arrive next week. You can see my selections in the concept below – fish scale/fan tile for the tub surround and a marble basket weave for the floor. How lucky is my daughter? These are tiles that are available at the Home Depot in the US and Canada –  affordable and available which is key when renovating.

Thank you for weighing in on my dilemma on Instagram and here. I agree with everyone who said a statement shower curtain rather than wallpaper would be the way to go.  I love my fabric choice from as there are so many colours to pull from for paint and accessories.

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The faucet and shower system are from in their (very-popular-amongst-designers) Champagne Bronze finish. Have always loved the simple design of the Trinsic as well as the finish.

That’s all I have for you this week. I’m hoping that the tile will be installed next week so that I can share that with you.

You can read the posts of the 20 featured bloggers and the rest of the guest participants. I’m loving the creativity and beauty that I’m seeing and can’t wait to see the reveals.

And as always, thank you for following along and leaving a comment. I so appreciate you!

Check out my former One Room Challenge Reveals here:

(former home)  – Fall 2014

(former home) – Spring 2015

(former home) – Fall 2015

(former home) – Spring 2016

– Fall 2016

– Spring 2017

– Fall 2017

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Happy decorating,

{Please feel free to email me at if you are interested in a design consultation. I am not taking on any projects at the moment – two to three hour consultations only. So if you need a fresh pair of eyes and ideas for your space, or advice on a kitchen or bath reno, please reach out.}

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