Hi all, I am back from my winter hibernation. After some much needed R & R, the warmer weather has definitely gotten me motivate to begin some spring cleaning, yard work and of course decorating. I promise to share all my fresh spring projects here at 11 Magnolia Lane.
As you know I started working on my boys bathroom last month and I am thrilled to share….it is finally complete (well almost:)
I still need to frost their medicine cabinet mirror and possibly hang a new light fixture. I couldn’t wait a day longer so I wanted to share my “almost complete” boys nautical bathroom.
These adorable metal stars came from my sister-in-law Holly. They were the perfect accent for that navy blue wall.
The boy’s grandfather is a ferry boat captain in Hilton Head, S.C. It really makes their room extra special and very nautical.
I love this basket from Home Goods!!
I trimmed out the mirror with white molding- it made a huge difference. You can see the before shot on my Nautical Valance post.
Thanks for stopping by~
Christina Bartz says
Ummmm, love,love,love, LOVE this. Kudos!!!
Adorable! Did you get the rug at walmart? I have been eye-ing their polka dotted rugs for about a month now…. Can’t get over how it goes so well in your nautical theme! Love it!
Visiting from Serenity Now….
I did get that rug from Walmart… it was on sale too!
I love the dots although I will admit my heart was stuck on a navy and white stripped rug… no luck finding one.
I saw the dots and really wanted to post about their room so I purchased it on a whim… it really did work out well for their bathroom and it a good deal.
That is such an awesome little boys bathroom! I love the red, white, and blue! Stopping by from Serenity Now:)
Amanda @ Serenity Now says
The white molding on that mirror really makes it pop on the blue wall! I love the cute red basket on the counter top too. This is a great theme bathroom without being over the top. Great work!
Thanks so much for joining my Weekend Bloggy Reading party. 🙂 Have fun making a new blog friend or two, and I hope you’ll visit me at Serenity Now again soon! 🙂
Thank you so much for your note. The molding was such a simple fix to those large builder grade mirrors you see in every house here in VA. I love the impact with the molding, especially with the dark walls. That color had me panicked for a good week but now I love it.
Thanks and have a great weekend!!
This looks fabulous! I think the molding around the mirror is the perfect finishing touch. Big impact from a small change. The rolled up towels in the basket are a great touch also.
I know this was done almost a year and a half ago…but I just love it. How did you do the molding around the mirror? That’s a brilliant idea!! I love everything you did and the wall color!
Thanks for stopping by and checking out some of our older posts. That bath was a fun project and I cannot believe it was over 1.5 years ago. Time is sure flying by.
I simply covered the mirror with molding and glue. Easy project and major impact. Thanks for stopping by!
Do you by chance remember the name of your blue paint. I really love this idea and I am not good at shade matching? Thanks
Hi Wendy- the paint color is called “December Eve” 580f-7 BEHR Ultra Eggshell. Thanks for stopping by and good luck with your next painting project.
I love everything about this bathroom, you did an awesome job!! Do you remember where you got those towels from?