Tuesday, August 21, 2012

The Chinoiserie Powder Room Reveal

Well we finally finished a room.  The smallest room in the house.   Without further ado...










And just to refresh your memory, here's what we started with.

Before

And after.



And now for some stats:

Wall color:  BM Chelsea Gray and Baby's Breath
Mirror:  Thrift store find painted BM Rose Quartz
Light:  From Shades of Light (shadesoflight.com)
Roman Shade: Made from  Coral fabric with grosgrain ribbon (fabric.com)
Toilet:  Lowe's
Vanity: I think it was from Quality Bath, but not 100% sure.

And that's about it.  I'm thrilled with how it turned out.  One room down, several to go.

Update:  I forgot to put the stencil info and I've been getting some questions about it.  I bought the stencil from The Stencil Library (http://www.stencil-library.com/docs/cat299.htm).  It is the Willow pattern.  It's not difficult to work with if you're only putting it on one wall.  If you're going around corners get ready to pull all of your hair out;)

28 comments:

  1. Janet @ House FourAugust 21, 2012 at 5:23 AM

    It's so pretty Tiffany. I adore the light and the colour of the blind. I loved it even before you finished it though ;) The stencil just makes the look

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  2. Oh wow...I love it! All of it! I know you didn't love doing the stencil, but I may need to try it. That shade, you did a fantastic job. I would love to see it in the up position.

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  3. Thanks! I didn't make the shade though. I don't have those kind of skills;) I didn't photograph it up because it looks right into our neighbors house.

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  4. Thanks Janet! I love how it turned out, but what a pain in the butt that stencil was.

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  5. Great job! The room looks so wonderful...that shade choice was perfection!!

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  6. createaviewdesignsAugust 21, 2012 at 6:14 AM

    Wow! The room is gorgeous! You got the shade hung so fast :)

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  7. Tiff, that looks FANTASTIC. I love it, esp how the coral pops so brightly against the neutral background. I know the stencil was a pain, but it looks so great. Great job!!!!

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  8. WOW! it may be the smallest room, but it has MAJOR impact. It looks amazing. I love the wallpaper and the coral is perfect!

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  9. I love how this turned out! The pops of Rose are just beautiful! What a great little vanity.

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  10. Okay I.am.dying!!!!!! I love the "rose quartz" color with the wall color! Between the chinoiserie, the window treatment and the painted mirror I don't know which element I like the best! I already pinned this beautiful bathroom before you added that pop or coral and now I'm off to pin it again - it's really lovely, Tiffany!!

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  11. This is like a little chinoiserie jewel box! I love everything about it. Are the walls stenciled?

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  12. You're bathroom turned out SO SO pretty! Seriously, it looks so good!

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  13. Love the wallpaper/stencil. Would you be willing to share the source?
    Your bath turned out to be a little jewel box.

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  14. It looks gorgeous! I remember how frustrated you were when you stenciled the walls, but man! It looks SO GOOD! Totally worth it, right?

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  15. such a fun fun space! love the colors and the walls!

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  16. charmaine religiosoAugust 28, 2012 at 5:15 AM

    Wow! You did a great job! Love the stencil!

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  17. I posted about your bathroom today on my blog- so inspiring and beyond gorgeous!!!

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  18. This is amazing!!! Such an awesome transformation. Good job girl!

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  19. Pam @ Simple DetailsSeptember 1, 2012 at 7:40 AM

    Oh my gosh, I would have never guessed it was a stencil! FABULOUS redo! It's the perfect combination of fresh and fun, yet classic!

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  20. Love the shade and the stencil. Just gorgeous!

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  21. Lisa @ Shine Your LightSeptember 2, 2012 at 12:23 PM

    Thanks for linking this room up to the summer B&A, Tiffany! You know I LOVE it!

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  22. Absolutely smashing powder room! You will be FAMOUS for this room Tiffany! It is beyond beautiful-love the red touches!
    Nancy
    Powellbrowerhome.com

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  23. What a beautiful job. I saw one of the pictures on Pinterest and thought that looks like my stencil..and it is! The room looks gorgeous and tomorrow I will tell my readers to visit your page. I think they will be inspired. I'd do it now but it's late in the UK and I'm sleepy.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Helen! Everyone who sees my powder room thinks its wallpaper. It's really stunning. I get so many compliments. I visited your site again and was really excited to see the Alice in wonderland stencils. My four year old loves Alice:)

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  24. So does my husband! He's been an Alice fan forever and he designed the stencils. I tweeted your post and linked from Facebook. I am featuring willow pattern on Designinspiration next week. Whilst I have my blogging hat on, I will schedule to write a blog post on 'how to stencil into corners without tearing your hair out' I am sure that it will help many stencillers!

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  25. Wow, this does look like a tough one. I've actually looked at this stencil for another part of our house but I'm not sure I can do it after my clover experiment :) Love how this turned out, though.

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