So I did it. I completed the 6 week One Room Challenge. It was so much fun taking on this challenge. I saw so many new DIY bloggers and their transformation. It was awesome. I loved seeing all the different ideas come together over the past 6 weeks. It almost saddens me that this is the end. Almost. I ain’t gonna lie this was definitely not easy. Especially while running a furniture building biz, being mommy and wifey all at the same time. I totally racked up some wine bottle on this journey for sure. But its done and I am so proud of what I have accomplished. So without further a do, let get in to the final pictures. I hope you like this HGTVs Fixer Upper Hot Sauce House inspired powder room, enjoy.
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What a difference the paint color and the lighting make. So much light without adding a window.
Ok guys, what do you think of my replication of the HGTVs Fixer Upper Hot Sauce House inspired vanity/ bath storage? You like? I swear finding hardware for this piece was a pain in the ass. I love Home Depot and Lowe’s, but seriously how can you not have any circle cabinet pulls. It mind boggles me. Thank goodness Hobby Lobby came thru. Its not the exact but I love the more orange detailing it has.
Yes I am rocking my favorite home decor and furniture store. Not that I can afford anything from there, but I do get a lot of inspiration from them. I’m just in love with the look of Restoration Hardware.
I also added a floating shelf. I wanted the shelf to have the metal corbels like the picture, but of course it was not going to work. The ones from holy lobby were to pricey and they were not on sale this week. Boo!! got some from lower but they poke out of the wall too much. So I had to adjust fire (military terminology for plan B) and go with pocket holes and use anchors to hold the weight. The bad was a little suspicious, but I assured him it would work. And what do you know it did. Told you funny. Just trust the wifey!
Lastly, for the final finishing touch. I added a towel holder. I wanted something unique and this piece caught my eye at hobby lobby.
If you liked any of these items beside to check down below to grab your favorite piece.
All and all I think it came out pretty good. I am excited for you all to see what we did over the past 6 weeks. Here is the final breakdown of the budget. Plus or minus a few dollars. I didn’t do too bad. The wood and stain for the console and shelf I already had. Saved money there.
And there you have it. I hope you had fun on this journey as much as I did. If you want to check out the previous weeks to see how it came together check the links down below.
Again I had so much fun doing this project, and I hope you had fun watching the progress till the end. Be sure to check out the featured designers and the guest participants in their final post. I know I am. Been waiting 6 weeks to see how everyone did. Super pumped. Don’t forget to sign up to my newsletter to get updates on the latest DIYs and exclusive content not on the blog. Till the next challenge, peace out!