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Our hall bathroom renovation would not be complete without adding natural light, fresh air and a view of the sky! See a space I’ve never shared before and the new vision I have for this room.
In the three and half years we have lived in our home there is one room that I’ve never altered. No paint changes, no new fixtures, nothing. It’s exactly like the previous owners left it. My mind has so many ideas for this space. It’s been really hard to pin-point my vision. Today I finally put my dreams for our hall bathroom renovation onto a mood board. Mood boards are a great way to organize your ideas for a room. If you’ve never created one before remodeling, I challenge you to try it!
Before I share with you how I would transform this bathroom here are never-before-seen pictures of what the room looks like presently.
There is so much that needs to be changed in this tiny bathroom. The green wall color. The outdated vanity. All of the wood towel fixtures (who does that?!). They drive me insane. And Chris just now realized the room is painted green! He drives me insane too. 😉
Let’s not also forget the fact of how dark and dreary this room is with no windows. Even though this hall bathroom renovation is a small space, I know this space has so much potential. It needs a whole lot of love and a ton of new light. So now that you’ve seen the bathroom, let’s take a look at how this room could look completely different!
Currently our bathroom has cheap linoleum floors that have seen much better days. I would absolutely love to replace them with a rich gray slate floor. To me stone just instantly makes a space feel rich and adds a deep contrast. Against the gorgeous dark flooring foundation, all the other accessories are going to pop! Since this area is on the smaller side, it would be extremely affordable and easy to add a beautiful stone floor. Just look at the amazing flooring below in my inspiration photo…
You know I’m a lover of subway tile. So I would replace all the tile in the shower with a white subway tile and a light gray grout. And the shower doesn’t get to have all the fun! I would continue to tile around the bathroom three-fourths of the way up the wall. Above the tile I would wallpaper a beautiful floral pattern. Something like this picture below….
Installing a skylight into this hall bathroom would be an absolute dream come true. The most critical key component to this whole transformation is the new skylight. Our bathroom is dark and gloomy. Bring on all that glorious sunlight! The contrast of every detail in the room from the gray flooring to the white tile, would shine a little brighter and appear truer. And it’s all because of the power of natural light! You can see what I mean in my inspiration below…
A VELUX No Leak Solar Powered Fresh Air Skylights would also add a lovely calming spa-like feature to the bathroom. I love that it opens! Fresh air can come into the house and release all the warm air that rises after a hot shower. Plus the skylight’s remote controlled blinds can instantly change the lighting from dark to bright. That’s why I even included a live plant on my mood board. I would love to be able to keep a real fern in our bathroom year around in Colorado!
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Now that I have a mood board all ready to go for this space, maybe this dream can become a reality rather sooner than later. 🙂
For a reference on how to create dream mood board of your own, be sure to pin the image below.
I would love to make this hall bathroom renovation mood board come true! Have you ever made a mood board for a dream renovation in your home?