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  1. Dweller-Carly says:

    I agree with wallpaper. It can really be an easy (and cheap!) way to revamp a room. I've used wallpaper to line the back of bookshelves to give them a pop.

  2. Scientific Housewife says:

    What an intriguing mirror. Great bathroom 🙂

  3. Claiming Our Space says:

    We used the oct-and-dot tile you referred to as an alternative to the penny tile in our powder room. We got ours at Lowes and if I remember correctly it was right around $2.00 a square foot (definitely less than HD). It isn't on the web site but they had it in the store.

  4. Risley says:

    I love that color! Clinton Brown? I just got some great ideas! thanks!

  5. Barbara says:

    That's a hell of a mirror. Wow. I'd give anything to have a bathroom bigger than 5'x 3'…

  6. Averill says:

    Great job recreating this bathroom on a budget!

    Do you know how easy it is to swap out a sink like that? I have a hideous "cultured marble" sink in my powder room and I'd love to change it out, even if it's just with a basic porcelain model.

  7. Jennifer says:

    you are hitting some of my favs with this little series! very fun!

  8. A Perfect Gray says:

    Great post! Thanks!

  9. Dumbwit Tellher says:

    Great, helpful post Camila. All your choices to recreate this look are terrific. Appreciate too knowing we can purchase 'to the trade' items through you. Welcome back from Costa Rica & happy to know you had a great time. All my best x deb

  10. my favorite and my best says:

    love that bathroom. i used it as inspiration in my old house. well, the color anyway.
    welcome home!!

  11. Claire Watkins, ASID allied says:

    You're da bomb! Love the texture of the beadboard wall paper! How very clever- I have seen a similar idea for ceiling tiles, but not wallpaper! Nice!

  12. Dayka says:

    What I REALLY want to know is where you got those cute shoes!! LOVE them!

    Glad you both had fun on the trip and made it back safely!

  13. GP CUPCAKE says:

    I used the black and white tiles in our 1920's bathroom as a quick fix when it was on the market. It turned out great! I had to drive to several Home Depots because they were discontinued in our area, but it was worth it. We did them in a random pattern and it was perfect to keep with the 1920's styling.

  14. Living It At Home says:

    Thank you for this inspiration. I cannot stand my bathroom! I will definately tackle it and be more open minded with what can be done with it.

    Have a great weekend!

  15. Revival says:

    Thank you Thank you Thank you! We just bought a new house that needs to be totally gutted and I've been looking for these exact ideas for inspiration. You rock!!

    Now, could you please send us some Costa Rica weather? This is brutal.

  16. Katie says:

    Love this!!!

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