Installing Wood Planks on the Bathroom Walls

YAY!!! We are finished with the installation of wood planks on the bathroom walls! We started it just before Christmas and I am so happy it is finally done! Check out the first part of this post HERE for more detailed instructions on HOW we did it, but for now just enjoy the After photos!

Here is the BEFORE of one of the vanity areas

before vanity bathroom area

The tub & toilet area… and yes I know it’s a lot of doors! I wish they had used some pocket doors in this space…

before tub & toilet bathroom area

The other vanity area… see the brass knobs & hinges on all of the doors too? Those I replaced a couple of months ago.

before vanity bathroom area

Here is the AFTER of Brie’s (the youngest) vanity. Her bedroom will be painted blue so the blue around her frame will coordinate with that when it gets painted… sometime next century maybe Winking smile

The mirror frame is painted Anderson Blue and is a Benjamin Moore color, I will write a how to post on the mirror framing next.

planked bathroom walls and mirror framed

Other than replacing all of the brass doorknobs and vanity light shades, I reused all of the existing fixtures. I’ll replace the vanity knobs after I paint it… maybe…

planked bathroom walls and mirror framed

This is a close up of the detail on the wall planks. It starts with horizontal pine planks, then a small chair rail, then vertical tongue and groove bead board, then crown molding… so worth it I think! The paint color is Sherwin Williams Velvet White, it is the same color used on all of the trim throughout the house.

vertical and horizontal wood planks installed on bathroom walls

This is Sierra’s side, the purple is “Elderberry Wine” by Benjamin Moore and is the same color as an accent wall in her bedroom (I will share that makeover with you soon).

New framed mirror and painted and planked bathroom walls

We also changed out the globes on the light fixture in this room as well.

New framed mirror and painted and planked bathroom walls

This is the tub & toilet area of the bathroom. The shower curtain I sewed for them a few years ago and since the colors still work it’s staying, plus I really love it.

Custom shower curtain in tub area

I also replaced the original “boob” light for this more traditional looking light, it’s very big and I almost didn’t have enough clearance for the door to close… I completely adore it! I found it on line at Lamps Plus if you’re interested.

Schoolhouse light in bathroom tub shower area

I also reinstalled their “spa” basket and added a framed print that we had in storage. I also reused the toilet paper holder we already had instead of reinstalling the roll holder on the wall. The girls prefer the stand holder because it holds extra rolls and is easy to change the rolls… I’m all about making it easier for them whenever I can!

wood planked bathroom walls

The soaps are lavender and make the bathroom smell wonderful!

wire basket for bath and spa items in bathroom

I think the Before and After shot really shows the HUGE improvement!

Before and after girls bathroom update with planked walls

I hope you enjoyed this “little” bathroom makeover. While the installation part of the planks and trim were by no means hard, the amount of caulking, hole filling and painting was pretty time consuming. I think I’m going to take a little painting break!

I love the results of the bathroom makeover and I hope to never have to paint this area again!

Thanks as always for stopping by!

Until next time…

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Linking to these posts:
Between Naps on the Porch, The Dedicated House, Coastal Charm, A Stroll Thru Life, Elizabeth and co., Savvy Southern Style, Domestically Speaking, From my Front Porch to Yours, Remodelaholic

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  1. Totally LOVE the planks and the beadboard together, truly inspired … and I am stealing this idea for my dinning room makeover … Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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