Renovating My Guest Bathroom Part Two • Reveal — OLD BRAND NEW - David Watkins Designs
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Renovating My Guest Bathroom Part Two • Reveal — OLD BRAND NEW

Renovating My Guest Bathroom Part Two • Reveal — OLD BRAND NEW

We added a skylight. It’s such a subtle but effective transformation because it brought in some much needed brightness. As for finishing touches, we brought in brass light fixtures and continuing with the arches theme, I found this arched gold mirror. The shower trims, handshower and sink faucets are Delta Faucet which I’ve always been a fan of. And then to soften up the space, I hung colorful striped towels, added a bath mat that perfectly matches the floor tile, and a little art because no space in my home is complete without it. The art is a Dabito original from 2004 which, not surprisingly, has rust, yellow, and green.

And there you have it! I am completely obsessed with my guest bathroom. I can’t tell you what a relief it is to finally have this bathroom for my guests to use. I couldn’t have gotten such a transformation without the help from The Home Depot Home Services. Even though I love a good DIY project, I’m so grateful that they tackled this one for me. Home renovations can be scary, but this team of professionals makes the process so much less stressful. Not only could I rest easy knowing everything would be absolutely seamless (tiles are tricky), but I got to sit back and really focus on the design elements. This was by far the best renovation project I’ve ever done. Well, that’s because I had a team I could rely on and trust. And I know I said this was our last room to redo, but now that I know how much easier it is with pros like these, I may just have to start dreaming up other spaces to refresh! Seriously, I recommend you all to run to your local The Home Depot and check out The Home Depot Home Services team to get a quote and let them update your home for you.

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