Next Renovation: Iceland-Inspired Bed & Bath Makeover

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The second I saw this ceramic tile online– it took me back to the shores of Reynisfjara Beach in Iceland.

Just the most magnificent place on earth!

I’ve known for sometime I wanted to use our photos from Iceland when we makeover the bedroom but I had never planned to put any effort into the half bath. It’s so tiny, my guess is that it was one time a closet.

My hope is a beautiful, patterned ceramic tile like this will give this tiny space a high-end feel without spending a huge amount of money. I found it on Wayfair.

In addition to the tile, I’m planning to paint the walls a stark white and use some good old fashioned black matte spray paint to do a few diy projects on the fixtures and cabinet that are already in there like these sconce lights.

While I’m cutting costs by revamping some of the existing fixtures, I am planning to spend a little cash on a pretty mirror for the space:

You can find the “Alissa accent baroque oval mirror” on Wayfair as well.

A drastic change like this will also require a facelift once you walk out of our bathroom into our bedroom.

I’ve purchased this chandelier from Target.com and bonus- it’s on sale right now.

I’m also considering buying a small vanity sink so that we have extra storage. This will probably be a function over fancy decision because a basic white vanity runs about $80 while you can spend hundreds on a fancy one. I think I’ll go low-cost there 😏.

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