Powder Bath Refresh

I am so excited to share a super fun DIY project today that we have been working on for the last few weeks. A few years ago, we painted our downstairs powder bathroom a shade of dark navy, which I loved, but we eventually grew a bit tired of. So, after we had the entire main floor painted a few weeks ago, we knew we wanted to give the bathroom a facelift as well. Soooo, we did!!

We were super excited to discover a fun alternative to just painting the room, and it’s not your mama’s wallpaper! 😉 You know I can’t resist a good black & white pattern, so this Chasing Paper peel & stick wallpaper had my name written all over it. Since the space is so small, it’s easy to feel like you can go bold, which we certainly did! 
We installed a new light fixture a few years ago, which we love, but wanted to still replace the mirror since the one previously in the space was too large. After searching high & low, I came across this perfect brass circle mirror at Target, and couldn’t get it in my cart fast enough after I saw the price tag was under $50! 
I moved a piece of art from Claire’s room to temporarily fill the space while I search for something, or maybe something new for her room, I am in a constant state of undecided when it comes to art. 😉 We also got rid of the traditional towel bar for a fun monogrammed towel hook, I love it so much more & it makes the room feel so much more custom!

Wallpaper c/o Chasing Paper // Round Mirror (10% off with code SPRINGHOME) // Monogrammed Towel Hook // Light Fixture

And yep, you guessed it, I totally want to wallpaper EVERYTHING now. It was surprisingly so easy to install, as it comes in small 2×4 sheets and can be pulled back off the wall easily if you mess it up, we did almost all of it in a few short hours! A huge thank you to my super sweet sister in law for her help, it does take quite a bit of patience, slow & steady wins the race! 😉

So, current state of affairs over here, all three girls are getting over colds & I am (somewhat) enjoying my very last day in my TWENTIES! Brandon has the day off work, and there is wine + good weather, so not too shabby for a Monday.
Hope you all have found a little inspiration here in this post & enjoy the week ahead! XO


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  1. It's Tuesday morning as I read this so I just want to be the first to say, Happiest of Birthdays to you!!! I love reading your blog, seeing your beautiful family and supporting your shop. I hope you enjoy the beautiful weather as you ring in the first day of your 30's; Fiesta like there's no Manana!!!

  2. So funny you posted this because my husband and I have a few wallpapers we've been eyeing from different shops! We have all these crazy ideas -ceilings, fireplace, breakfast nook -we just don't know where to start. I think starting with a small space is best though. My mama also has two small bathrooms in her home that have pretty b&w wallpaper 🙂


  3. We are considering the same project (Same wallpaper too, maybe grey though. Can't decide!). Do you have and tips for going around the pipes for the sink and toilet? Also, are your walls textured?

  4. Love the wallpaper! And the mirror.

    Hmm, maybe a nice black and white photo for the bathroom? Or I think Martha Stewart had a thing a few years ago about blowing up kids' scribbles, converting them to black and white, and cropping interesting sections to form "abstract" art.

  5. Super cute wallpaper! It scares me, but I may have to give it a try! Have a happy 30th tomorrow! I've loved your blog since your first belly pictures! Cheers!

  6. I LOVE it! Especially with the new paint! We are finally painting our whole house – something we should have done five years ago when we moved in. As I posted on Instagram, I hope you got to be hungover without taking care of children – best birthday gift ever. 😉

  7. Love the bathroom! A bit off topic… what stain are your hardwood floors? We are in the process as redoing ours and really like the coloring of yours!

  8. Love this SO much! I think I finally convinced my husband to wallpaper an accent wall in our baby girl's room, and this made me even more excited about it! Looks awesome, Jessica!

  9. Hey, I know it's been awhile since you posted that. I have been eying that mirror from target because of the price (alternative, higher quality ones are running $300+) for above our fireplace. However, on target.com the reviews seem to be mixed. A lot of people say the mirror makes images look wonky, and that the brass paint easily chips/scratches. What is your opinion on the mirror?

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