I am so excited to share this reveal with you! I stumbled across the inspo photo on Pinterest around the same time that we were finishing up our massive paint project earlier this summer. Our powder bath had just been OK, the previous owners replaced the builder pedestal with a tiny sink/cabinet that couldn’t even hold the smallest bottle of liquid soap. It was time for it to get the boot!
As much as I fell in love with this inspiration photo, I could never locate it’s origins. I wanted all the links, but I just couldn’t find them. As much as I would sleuth around for links, it was impossible! But, the challenge was on! First off, I knew that I wanted a reclaimed cypress counter top for two reasons. 1. Cypress is a hard wood that is water resistant. 2. I wanted that little piece of Louisiana in my home. I contacted an old friend of ours in Louisiana who is in the construction business and I knew he could point us in the right direction of locating some reclaimed cypress. Josh went to a warehouse not far from our old home and picked up several beautiful reclaimed pieces. The rest of the pieces fell into place after a lot of price watching and curbside pickup!!
After we ripped out the old fixture, Josh began framing up the floating vanity, and affixing the top boards so that we could install the sink fixture. After we installed the sink, he affixed the front panel on the vanity and installed the new light and mirror… well the rest is history. The entire project took a weekend and we are so much happier with this space. Right now, if you asked me my favorite room in our home, it would be my powder bath! Check out the finished product!!