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  1. lovely update! Can you share the source for the sconces?

  2. Leslie Sheppard says:

    Oh my goodness! This is the perfect inspiration for me! The difference of the full wall of mirror and sconces is amazing! Did you have to do patchwork on the wall behind the mirror after removing it? I’ve heard that it rips the drywall….

    1. Thank you, Leslie! Actually, ironically we were lucky that the builder took shortcuts and the mirror was only held up by hardware and not glued to the wall. (That’s normally a bad thing… ???) Just had to patch the paint but not the wall itself.

  3. That’s a very nice bathroom make over! Really pretty and soft looking. I love the photos on the wall! Soft and not busy looking like you would imagine for all the pics. Very nice!

  4. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    I keep coming back to look at your new vanity with all the details you put into it to achieve the soft elegant look without spending a bundle or having workers invade and make a mess! My vanity lights are our only light in our bathroom and where I love your sconces, are they a good light source? I’m impressed with the painting techniques on your cabinets. Have a lovely weekend!

    1. Thank you Cecelia! The sconces are a decent source of light with (2) 60 watt bulbs in each, but I do have one other high hat in the room. A window would help, but we have none. This bath already had sconces, so I just replaced them. Happy weekend to you, too!!

  5. This is beautiful Lory! It really does compliment the bedroom, and I love the gallery wall too! Thanks for sharing how inexpensive a re-do can be! 😉

    1. Thank you, Barbara! Sometimes I think it just takes putting your mind to it. For several years I thought this bath needed to be gutted. Who knew?

  6. Beautiful makeover! Your daughter must be thrilled. Can you share the source for the French photos?

  7. This is a fabulous ‘makeover on a budget’….that gallery wall became quite the focal point. I love it all!

  8. That is simply amazing! That gallery wall with the hints of pink is stunning! We are in the middle of a kitchen renovation. It is not nearly as much fun as it looks on tv. Everything from the kitchen is piled in the dining room, there is a huge slab of granite sitting on a dolly right behind my head, I have no sink. Whine, whine I know. I am a compulsively neat person, so the mess is really stressing me out! By Tuesday I should be able to move almost everything back in the cabinets before the tile goes in. Exciting times for sure.

  9. Teresa Snipes says:


    Lovely, as always! You spoil us with your consistently gorgeous makeovers! We’ve come to expect only the best and you deliver!

    I am probably blind, but I missed the mirror source. I am looking for something just like that for our downstairs powder room. I apologize if it’s there in the sources and I missed it.



    My master bath is similar to yours. I want to take down that ugly mirror, and I have not found anything to replace it until I saw those mirrors. Where did you get them? Lovely!!!
    Enjoy your blog.

  11. Ellen Shook says:

    Very nice redo! I notice you do not mention a source for the mirrors, and I was wondering if they are still available.

  12. Just lovely! Doesn’t even look “budget” (to me)!
    Can you direct me to instructions on how to hang a grid gallery wall, please?
    My walls are full of holes from trying to get it right!

  13. I want to replace my builder grace mirror. What was involved in this? Did the Sheetrock come off when you removed it?

  14. Love the soft look of your bathroom. Did you repaint the walls, and if so, what is the color?

  15. Hi! I’ve been following you for awhile, but particularly now as we are downsizing from a big home to a townhouse. I’m trying to redecorate, but on a budget, so really appreciate what you’ve done!! Thank you so much for all your inspiration!!
    I’ll be spending a lot of time on your website!! LOL

  16. Only one word to describe… GORGEOUS!