One Room Challenge FINAL REVEAL: Jack & Jill Guest Bath Week 7

One Room Challenge:

Jack & Jill Guest Bath Week 7

RECAP:

Week 7 THE BIG REVEAL DAY!!!! 

Just to recap this happens twice a year, April/ October, the designers only have six weeks, from start to finish in order to complete a full room transformation.  Each week the guest designer’s will link their progress to the ORC host page Calling It Home, and share their room’s progress. The best part you will be able to follow along with JENRON DESIGNS and all the participants progress just by clicking the ORC. This season for the first time ever, the ORC has extended the REVEAL date to seven weeks, to help accommodate  our fellow designers in Texas, Florida and California effected by all horrific the hurricanes and fires (updated in WEEK 4). So now the final completion date and big reveal of our Jack and Jill Guest Bathroom makeover will be on Thursday, Nov. 16th!!! 

WEEKS AT A GLANCE:  

 WEEK 1        WEEK 2      WEEK 3     WEEK 4     WEEK 5     WEEK 6

 

INSPIRATION BOARD

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THE TIMELINE:

Week 1- Introduction, Inspiration Board,  & Plan of Action 

Week 2- Order All Items, Buy All Supplies, & Frame Out Mirror

Week 3- Start/Finsh Board & Batten Wainscott Mill Work

Week 4- Paint Board & Batten Wainscott 

Week 5- Install New Lights, Towel Bars, &Homemade Robe Rack 

Week 6- Shower Curtains, All Final Touches & The Secret Art Project 

Week 7- BIG REVEAL!!!!

JUST A REMINDER-

Here are the before pictures, of my very plain, vanilla box bathroom. It had inadequate lighting, and no personality.  

THE FINAL REVEAL

Taking a Closer Look at the Detail’s 

I decided to leave all the writing portion of this post in the closer look at the details, and let the The Final Reveal pictures stand on there own. So, we will start from he ground up. I found these ultra plush Ralph Lauren bath mats at my local Home Goods. I loved the color and pattern as it envoked a serine spa feeling. They also matched the shower curtain I ordered from Bed Bath and Beyond perfectly.  I finished off these beautiful Barnwood Hooks (DIY LINK)  with some ultra plush robes from Pottery Barn, if you have not tried the robes from Pottery Barn do yourself a favor and try them. They are so soft and cuddly they make great holiday gifts for those “hard to buy for people” on your list.  I found these stylish Le Masion, Le Bain Bath Towels and WASH clothes at Home Goods. They were also the perfect color to match both the shower curtains and rugs. I really like to add in some personalized bath towels to my standard on hand all white collection. It makes the room feel more personalized and special for your guests.  It is not a secret that I love the look of a Mint Julep Cup, I think they have a unstated elegance to them and can work in any room. I found these sweet little Mint Julep candles online at a little wine company called IWA. I knew the minute I saw them that I just had to have them.  I put one in the toilet room and the other two on the sink area. 

Part of making a guest bath feel inviting and luxurious is having nice products to offer to your guest. I know those of you that read all my posts know I am a huge fan of LUSH and Jo Malone bath products, but I also really like the Barr-Co Products. Their cute down home packaging was the perfect look for this rustic spa bathroom and the smell of this Fir & Grapefruit Gift Set is so refreshing. 

On my inspiration board I had a large wicker hamper, which I think you need in every bathroom, to catch all the soiled towels, wash cloths and in this case robes. I found this really great hamper a my local Pier One. As you can see it is the perfect size to fit directly at the end of the vanity and can hold a week’s worth of linens. By far my best purchase for this room, because this is a true multi tasker. This basket can be useful anywhere, a bedroom closet or a laundry room. I even did a little organization under the sink. Lidded glass jars are added to hold cotton balls and q-tips. A basket of bath essentials in case your guest forgot something. Extra white Martex Everyday Towels from JC Penny’s.  You always want to make sure your guest have plenty on linens under the cabinet for the duration of their stay. I really like these towels since they are quite affordable, wash up really good, and alway keep their color, or in my case actually stay white, LOL. Also check out my post on Bathroom Organization (link here) for my tips on how to organize everyday items in your bathroom. 

Whew, I am glad we got everything done and had a week to spare. Now I am spinning off into the Christmas Tree world to get the house ready for my favorite time of the year. Be sure to check back in to see our Christmas Home Tour (link here). I guarantee you won’t want to miss it.

SHOP MY ROOM

WALL PAINT- Agreeable Gray Sherwin Williams TRIM PAINT- Pure White Sherwin Williams TILE FLOORS/WALLS- Interceramic White/Recife 13×13  TOWEL RINGS- Phoebe by Delta LIGHT FIXTURE-251 River Station Stain Nickel Two Light Bath Sconce Bellacore  SHOWER CURTAIN-Bed Bath and BeyondLe BAIN TOWELS- HomeGoods  “WASH”CLOTHS- HomeGoods  SOAP DISPENSERS-Hobby Lobby BATH MATS- Ralph Lauren HomeGoods  HAMPER- Pier One ROBES- Pottery Barn BARR & CO. SET- Fir & Grapefruit Gift Set MINT JULEP CANDLES- IWA GLASS VASE-HomeGoods FRAMES- Hobby Lobby HOOKS- Hobby Lobby EVERYDAY TOWELS-Martex JC Penny’s

67 Comments

  1. I love everything about this challenge you did a great job! The board and battery looks great, I love the art work and robe rack too.

  2. This entire project looks amazing. I love your style of writing and that you transformed a already basic space into something beautiful but not over done. It has elements of wealth but is comfortable and livable.

  3. Looks great you guys, this entire project turned out great. I love the Batten Board it is a nice upgrade.Thank you for everything!

  4. I love how this project turned out thank you for much for sharing your journey and all the great ideas that go along with it.

  5. I love this post and the Jack & Jill turned out fantastic.You showed your reader so many great ideas all in one space, all with beautiful results. I feel like I could probably adventure out a do a few of the projects myself. Please know that you are performing a really great service and doing a great job.

  6. I had to tell you how much I loved the challenge. You both did a great job and created a lot of fun focal points in an other wise plain Jane room. Great job and can’t wait to see you next challenge.

  7. I am so glad I finally got a chance to finish this post. Your Jack & Jill right turned out very nice and I love everything you did to create a larger more functional space.

  8. I am crushing hard on your site, you have really great ideas that I think most people would want to do to there homes. Thanks for showing us all how to get there.

  9. I have to express my appreciation to you and all the hard work your exhibits on this project. The stately upgrades you created made all the difference in this area. You truly have a impeccable eye for design and great ways to implement this visions. Thank you very for running such a pragmatic site, I find it to be very useful and will be bookmarking ti immediately.

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  11. Love this entire post from the ORC Challenge, you did great, love the DIY projects. And now we do understand we need you to be grateful to for this. The specific explanations you made, the easy blog navigation, the relationships you will make it possible to create – it is mostly impressive, thank you for the whole lot!

  12. I definitely wanted to comment on you recent ORC project, it took me awhile to read it all but your did a amazing job. I love it all and I am deeply inspired by the Diy board and batten walls. Those look great and I am sure excited about trying to do this in my own home.

  13. I just want to thank you for all the hard work you put in to your ORC post. I am sorry I am just now getting around to it but there were a lot of contestants this year. I really enjoyed the jack & jill bathroom make over you did so many tasks in one space. A wall finish DIY, lighting upgrade, 2 crafting projects and the result was great. Thank you for all your participation.

  14. I am not sure what the ORC is but I love the work you did on this bathroom. I swear you stretched the walls and made it bigger.

  15. Oh this project is so inspiring, I have a little jack & jill that needs updating too. I think i have some really good ideas now.

  16. My husband and I felt like this one one of the best ORC posts, since you did all your own work. It really help us understand the subject matter pf adding batten board to a room. Which is certainly a fundamental part of this post. Without this DIY the post would not be nearly as effective to recreate on your own home. Thank you for the whole lot!

  17. Bravo!!!! This room turned out wonderful and you dod so many rejects in such a small space. The mirror and board and batten really made such a difference to this space. Of course I love all your DIY crafting projects too. Let just say they all worked well together to create and interesting read and beautiful room.

  18. I am thrilled at the precious recommendations I received from your site. The DIY tutorial and all the great craft projects really made this space come together. Great job and Thanks for the whole thing!

  19. You really did a great job on this room for the ORC, my apologies that I am just getting around to reading them all the holidays took me for a crazy ride. I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed all your posts, the robe rack and Board and Batten were my favorites, or at least I found to be the most useful to me and work in my home. Thank you for your entire effort on this website.

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  24. I get so much pleasure from reading a blog like this. I just wanted to leave you are comment to let you know that and also how beautiful your bathroom turned out to be. Have followed your entire journey 7 weeks of posts and I decided I would all my comments here. The mirror was exceptional. The batten board a necessity, I can not imagine that room any other way. The lightening was spot on perfection and the set of art and robe hooks you created….. has left me speechless. Along with all you sweet little designer touches you created the perfect guest bath. Sending your a standing ovation, the design world need to take notice of you.

  25. Aw, this was a very nice post. I would love to become a participant in the ORC but time has not been easy to crave out for the 6 week challenge. You really created a magnificent space, and you had so many great DIY inspirations as well, not just buying a whole bunch of stuff and putting it into a room, I mean anyone can do that. I love to see the designer on ORC that actually do the work themselves, to me it says a lot about the designer.

  26. I simply needed to thank you so much for all you hard work you put on over the 6 week or rather 7 week challenge. This go round was a great competitor filled with lots of great designers. I loved seeing you work and the tutorials you included for the DIY followers. You are really on to something with that concept. So don’t let go or sell out.

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  29. I have read the entire 7 weeks of this ORC segment and choose to wait until the end to comment. I wanted to say all your posts are really great. You offer so many DIY’s and money saving tips. You are clearly more that just a designer your are truly a creator. You can make your art, walls finishes, mirrors and it all just amazes me. If you can dream it you can make it happen which is very impressive. Thank you for such an entertaining read I know a lot of hard work goes into to the making of this, but please know that it is appreciated, I love it!

  30. This was a very impressive read 7 weeks worth of great design ideas and DIY’s. I will be checking out your past Spring ORC as well, you put a lot into this challenge. I hope you plan to continue to do the challenge going forward this year, and I can not wait to see what you bring to the table this time.

  31. This project turned out really great, and you showed the ORC who is boss. Over the 6 weeks you had so many DIY’s and Craft projects, the entire segment was full of easy to do yourself projects. One of the best I have seen for a do it yourself. My favorite was the mirror frame out, which is genius! Give yourself a big pat on the back because you deserve it.

  32. The ORC bathroom turned out beautiful. I love the blue glass accents and those fantastic robe hooks. I am mesmerized by your homemade art and both DIY projects. You really went all out and did a great job enriching the plain builder great space. I will be excited to see what you choose for the Spring Challenge.

  33. I love everything about this bathroom, it turned out perfect and I love that your kept clean lines and the batten board white. It gives the feeling that everything is fresh perfect for a guest on suite.

  34. Your bathroom turned out great for the ORC. I really like how the wainscot made the space seem larger and you integrated items to make your guest feel welcome like the robe hooks. That might be my favorite diy project just because it was so simple, I could make that during the week without any assistance. Great job, love it so much.

  35. I am really loving the full transformation your did for this Jack and Jill Bathroom. I know I have been looking for inspiration for mine for a while now, but you did not see many design posts on this type of bathroom. They mostly consist of large spa like master baths, which is weird considering most on the population has something more like this, especially if they have kids. Thank you for giving me such a great inspiration for my space.

  36. This turned out so nice Jen! I am so happy that you have found a great group of bloggers like this and you can share your many talents with them all.

  37. Your guest bathroom, turned out so nice. I really like that robe rack and the batten board, but all your projects turned out great and made the reveal super nice. I like that you now have plans for the adjoining guest bedroom door as well. Looks like you have a plan for the next big contest.

  38. I like how his project turned out, you did such a good job all the way through the challenge with excellent posts. Effectively teaching us all how to DIY this very see room for our own homes. Thank you!

  39. Yay, the reveal is great! You did such a good job on your guest bath. The Board and Batten turned out perfectly, the lighting is so much better- very bright and more white. The art turned out awesome and looks just like that expensive stuff at RH. You really out did yourself.

  40. This is a excellent post, The final reveal you represented was a grade A renovation. You used good use of space, color and finishes. Thank you for participating in the ORC for the Fall 2017 exposition.

  41. Love all the details you added Jennifer! So pretty! Congrats and Cheers to us for another room done!

  42. Oh, I just love this transformation! My favorite part is the wainscoting. It really makes the room look bigger and more luxurious. I also love, love, love the barn hooks. It gives it a classy, yet comfortable look. Beautiful! Well done!

  43. AWESOME makeover!! Feeling inspired now to redo my bathroom. Crazy how a few little things can make such a big difference

  44. It’s amazing how these additional touches take the space from plain to spa like, great job Jennifer!

  45. So it turned out really nice and you had a beautiful vision and made it happen.

  46. WOW! What an amazing difference! This bath certainly has personality now. Love the B&B and the artwork. All of the little details come together so beautifully. So thrilled for you and your family! Now it’s time to enjoy. Susie from The Chelsea Project

  47. Jennifer this bathroom looks awesome!! No more vanilla box! It is so warm and inviting now. I just love all the touches you added, congratulations on finishing up this space!!

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