Blue Cottage Decor: Our Powder Room

by Dagmar Bleasdale on November 3, 2014

cottage decor bathroomBlue Cottage Decor: Our Powder Room

We have a little powder room next to our kitchen, and I wanted to share what it looks like right now. I don’t think I’ve ever shown you the whole room before!

Don added wainscoting to it per my request, and I painted it a super-light pink.

cottage decor bathroomThe whole room is decorated with inexpensive items. The sink cabinet and vintage-inspired faucet are from Lowes, and I just exchanged the knobs to vintage glass knobs. I also bought the floor tiles at Lowes, and Don put them down in both bathrooms.

The mirror is an antique store find, and I bought that little white shelf three years ago for $3 at a tag sale. I want to repaint it with white chalk paint eventually — the off-white doesn’t really work in this room.

cottage decor bathroomThis picture is an original, signed print, and also a tag sale score. It hung over our bed in our old place.

cottage decor bathroomAll of these vintage bottles, earthenware, and the tin are from tag sales and thrift stores. My mother-in-law gave me that little mirror tray for my birthday this year.

cottage decor bathroomThis newspaper and children’s magazine are over 100 years old and I think I bought them from my favorite vendor at the Lasdon Park Antique Show.

cottage decor bathroom

Emerson quote signI forget where I bought this metal sign. If Landon would have been a girl, we would have named her Emerson — Emma — and I love this saying.

Both of our bathrooms have a sign like this on the door. They are from the Christmas Trees Store and cost only a few dollars each. I simply stuck them on the doors with Command picture hanging strips.

cottage decor bathroomVoila: a little powder room filled with vintage cottage decor and thrift store finds.

How did you decorate your bathroom?

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