One Room Challenge: More Bold Bathrooms

As many of you know, I gave our sad little powder room a bold makeover during the One Room Challenge which ended last week.  Six weeks may seem like a long time, but when you're a busy mom working and taking care of the kids that time can go by quickly. 

There were so many great transformations from other guest participants and I wanted to highlight a few others that took a sad bathroom and made a bold transformation.

Love and Renovations went bold by using a coral vanity in their master bathroom - a very fun choice for a room that many often keep pretty neutral.  I also love the classic tiled floor, the wood planked ceiling and the great window in the space. Photo via Love and Renovations

Love and Renovations went bold by using a coral vanity in their master bathroom - a very fun choice for a room that many often keep pretty neutral.  I also love the classic tiled floor, the wood planked ceiling and the great window in the space.

Photo via Love and Renovations

House of Hipsters had a very tiny space to work with but made a huge statement using encaustic tile from Cle Tile and this incredibly kooky wallpaper from Anthropologie, appropriately called "Party Animals".  This space isn't for everyone, but I personally think it's super fun! Photo via House of Hipsters

House of Hipsters had a very tiny space to work with but made a huge statement using encaustic tile from Cle Tile and this incredibly kooky wallpaper from Anthropologie, appropriately called "Party Animals".  This space isn't for everyone, but I personally think it's super fun!

Photo via House of Hipsters

Lehman Lane created a rustic boys bathroom using a beautiful double farmhouse sink from Kohler, small hexagon floor tiles and blue and white accents, also in a challenging space with dormer ceilings.   Image via Lehman Lane

Lehman Lane created a rustic boys bathroom using a beautiful double farmhouse sink from Kohler, small hexagon floor tiles and blue and white accents, also in a challenging space with dormer ceilings.  

Image via Lehman Lane

And finally, I also wanted to share this (non-bathroom) makeover by CC and Mike that was budget friendly like my own ORC.  This room was done with less than $500 using items they already owned and budget friendly finds.  Oh and some DIY as well.  I think it's a really beautiful little nook! Image via CC and Mike 

And finally, I also wanted to share this (non-bathroom) makeover by CC and Mike that was budget friendly like my own ORC.  This room was done with less than $500 using items they already owned and budget friendly finds.  Oh and some DIY as well.  I think it's a really beautiful little nook!

Image via CC and Mike