Bathroom Makeover ORC Fall Week 3

Week 3 of the One Room Challenge was all about painting, painting and more painting. I love the magic of paint but actually doing the painting is not my favorite.

Painted tile floors DIY master Bathroom

One Room Challenge™ Mission Statement

The One Room challenge™ will provide participants with a supportive, enthusiastic forum in which to share the process of transforming a room. The ORC is not a competition, but rather a celebration of creativity, inspiration, and original ideas.

I am happy that’s the walls are finished. I still have the doors and toilet room to tackle but the main bathroom space is finished. All that’s left of the Arizona builder land of the brown/tan/beige master bathroom is the tile floor. After researching my favorite Instagram DIYers I’ve decided to use Rustoleum Rocksolid Home Interior Floor Coating System in pure white for my base coat. For the detail paint I plan to use Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Athenian Black.

For the tile stencil I decided to go with my first love I spited by the Tulum Cement Tile pattern. It’s totally me and in the small space I think it will be perfect.

Along with the floors, this next week will be focused on fixtures. We received our gorgeous vanity lights from Poly and Bark. I can’t wait to share them with you! I plan on spray painting the sink faucets , bathtub faucets and metal shower frame in matte black to match.

Week One ORC Master Bathroom

Week Two ORC Master Bathroom

Week Three ORC Master Bathroom

Bathroom Design Inspiration

With only 3 weeks left to complete this here is my TO DO list

  • Refinish cabinets (strip and bleach)
  • Paint tile floors
  • Caulk shower
  • Spray paint matte black metal accents
  • Update Shower Hardware
  • Install Lighting
  • Accent wall??

Thank you for following along on my ORC journey. Follow to see more design + DIY on Instagram @thedottedbow and tons of design inspiration on my Pinterest page here.

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