The tile continued around the vanity area and created a decorative backsplash.The cabinets were painted an earthy green, and the handles on the cabinets were made from real branches. They didn’t carry them in the right size, so this one is actually about nine inches too short (sshhhhh…don’t tell!! So in order to block the rest of the window, I added frosted window film. I spray painted it with Rustoleum paint in Oregano, and then wrapped the arms and the little ring on the bottom with jute to add a natural texture.But it held up great, and has continued to so far…Worth it? Oh my goodness…this was one of those projects that I thought may never end.First, my original inspiration piece: this gorgeous Glass Mirror from Sarah M.Dorsey Designs: Or what about this fantastic Style Mutt Home Lamp (which actually doesn’t require you to take apart the glass panels!
The Press'n Seal was good to cover nearby walls and the ceiling.
) The Curtain Queen Creates turned the beveled glass panels of her flush mount fixture into these lovely etched Christmas Ornaments: A birdhouse is also a great idea, from Christy’s Thrifty Decorating: These are pretty alternative Terrarium ideas from Design Sponge and May Richer Fuller Be: If you still need a chandelier, but want to get rid of the 70s and 80s vibe, here are some great transformations: From Rose Hips and Red Ink.
She transformed it using PAPER: And here it gets a traditional lantern look on 320 Sycamore: A Pottery Barn Inspired version from Remodelaholic (yes, seriously, this was an 80s brass and beveled glass ‘before’): Here Beckie replaced the glass with paint sticks: Can you believe this is made out of rope and HULA HOOPS!!?
I plan to refinish the grout in a few more days after some more scrubbing!
I’m not giving up on trying to find a way to get it off without refinishing it.