We love receiving emails from our wonderful customers especially when they send us home makeover pictures with our products. We were featured recently in Amandas' DIY blog called the "HOME chic HOUSE" where they updated their Powder Room and used our tea towels as guest towels. We have been doing the same thing in our house for awhile now, one because we have a lot of extras and two because they are too pretty to not use everywhere.
Here is the makeover-
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Hello all! We are so excited to share another room that's near completion! Our powder room is located right near the front door and across from our kitchen, because it's one of the first things you come across when you walk in, and is going to be used by most people who come over, we wanted to love it. The walls when we moved in we're a little beat up, the vanity was bad 80's laminate and the sink had seen better days - so out it went! We got to work fixing and painting the walls, then replacing the vanity. The countertop was actually a small remnant we found in a pile outside the shop we ordered our kitchen countertops from. If you're doing over smaller vanities that is definitely the best way to go, you can get a great quality stone for pretty cheap!
With the new vanity, counter top and sink in we realized it was a little blah. What better way to add some "wow" than with great backsplash? We picked up some inexpensive sheets from Home Depot and got to work.
Then we grabbed a frame from Ikea, it was the perfect size and simple style we were looking for the mirror to have.
We added a hand towel ring so guests would have a way to dry their hands. We also did a little silver leafing project to create the W & C (water closet), they gave that awkward wall a purpose!
We LOVE the sink in this space. It's the smaller, square version of our two upstairs sinks and it was super affordable! (Our Powder Room Sink )
We originally ordered this adorable hand towel for the kitchen but since we got three for $27 (such a steal) we put one in the powder room too. We found them on Etsy, you can choose your letter, and colors - so awesome! Order some for your house >> HERE
Be sure to head over to her blog and check out the rest of her house
HOME chic HOUSE