But first, a walk down ole memory lane–
This is the “dressing room” inside of our master bathroom space. When we first viewed the house, it was carpeted and the walls were a little bit different. We expanded the wall you see to the right just a bit to provide room for a larger bath tub. The thing I loved most about this space, originally, was the pretty door molding.
Here’s how it looks today–
We replaced the chandeliers with (painted gold, of course!). I really debated about keeping the chandeliers. I liked them, but ultimately I decided to stay committed to my mood board to maintain a unified vibe throughout the rooms.
The acrylic frame is .
For the mirror at the end of the L-shaped closet, we replaced the folding doors with a standard door so that I could have a standing mirror. I hated to lose that pretty molding, but it was definitely the most practical place to have this mirror. So I’m glad we did it!
This little dresser area is AMAZING. I love having a place for everything, and I am mildly obsessed with re-styling it every couple weeks. I find that the more visible things are, the more I wear them. So pretty storage like this really works for me!
Thanks for taking a peek at my progress!! It’s definitely still a “one day at a time” thing, but this past month, I’ve been feeling really encouraged by the progress we’ve made in just eight months (or a year, depending on when you start counting). Either way!
If you’re currently renovating, don’t let yourself get discouraged when looking at other people’s already-finished rooms. This stuff takes TIME. You’re doing great!!! xx- Helen
Credits//Author and Photography: Helen Larson. Photos edited with .