DIY: Coral and Aqua Bathroom Makeover

I’m sharing my coral and aqua bathroom makeover as part of a sponsored post for Olympic and The Motherhood. #Bringonthecolor

Master Bathroom Before and After

Remember the master bathroom mood board I shared a couple months ago? With some help from the Olympic® Paint Visualizer tool, I was able to FINALLY pick a color for my bathroom! With the Paint Visualizer tool, I was able to load a photo of my bathroom and play around with color. I then headed to the Olympic Paints and Stains Color Center at Lowe’s to check out the color in person. You can purchase a paint sample for a small fee, which I highly recommend! It is so helpful to see a small portion of the paint up on the wall, before committing to a color. 

Aqua and Coral Bathroom Makeover 3

While I was at Lowe’s, I learned about their Paint Pledge Program: Paint with Confidence. If you are unhappy with your paint (for any reason), you can bring back in your paint in its original container within 30 days for a refund! This is valid on interior and exterior liquid paint purchases (4/3/16-8/9/16). I felt so much better about committing to a color after that info! Drum roll, I went with Olympic’s Tropical Dream, an aqua/mint color. The photos make it look like a baby blue, but it’s much more mint in person and I adore it! No painters remorse here. 

Aqua and Coral Bathroom Makeover 4

You can see my before photos above. Aside from a few ugly candle sconces, my master bathroom had never been decorated. It was the place I sought relaxation and solace, but it was far from relaxing or comforting. I’m entering a new stage of motherhood, minus the bottles and diapers and sleepless nights (thank goodness). I feel like mothers, especially, give up so much of themselves during the baby years and for good reason. It felt good being able to create something, just for me. I highly recommend that too. Plus, I need a peaceful place to escape to now that we’re entering the toddler years. Bubble baths help.

Aqua and Coral Bathroom Makeover 2

It’s amazing how one little can of paint can completely transform the feel of an entire room! Goodbye builder beige, hello color! A nice, relaxing, minty color that I love! I stayed pretty true to my mood board and did so on a tight budget. Greenery is a must for me when I want a room to feel homey, so I made sure to add a few succulents to the space. I recommend shopping your space for items that you might be able to pull into your room, like I did with the white accent table. It now holds my books by some of my favorite author/blog friends. Candles and pretty soap/lotion dispensers are also an affordable way to add to the decor. I love my new and improved space, thanks Olympic! 

Aqua and Coral Bathroom Makeover 1

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Which room would you makeover in your home?

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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