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Classic Gray and White Bathroom

In an effort to shrug off my perfectionist tendencies, I’m back again sharing Mouse House’s gray and white bathroom updates! If you’re new to the blog and wondering what the heck I’m talking about you can read all the posts to catch up below (and no, I’m not talking about that fun Mouse with ears that we all like to visit in FL and CA – I’m talking about the flip house we’ve been working on for the last 10 months!)

Mouse House Intro | Mouse House Interior | Mouse House Master Bath 

Shiplap Week | Painting the Shiplap | Hall Bath Updates

Things are in the final stretch and we’re hoping (crossing fingers & toes) to get this house on the market in one more month. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, I think we can do it!

This house has 2 full bathrooms. My design for them both was simple and classic with added wall treatments for texture. I wanted to differentiate between the two, so for the hall I decided to do a gray and white bathroom featuring a beautiful gray vanity from ATGstores. (It’s no longer in stock there, but here is the same exact vanity available from Overstock: Water Creation Madison 72″ Bathroom Vanity

And for the master bath, I fell in love with this white  Wyndham Collection Berkley 72″ Double Vanity from Amazon. And let me tell you, it is gorgeous and worth every penny!

Ok, so let’s look back at where we left off…

Gray and White Bathroom – 

the lovely bathroom shortly after we purchased the house:

Here's the lovely before pic of the hall bath in the Flip House | theharperhouse.com

after installing new tile from Lowes:

Love these new tile floors in the hall bath at the Flip House, and they're only $2.86/sq ft! Find out where to buy them on the blog! | theharperhouse.com

our new vanity a little dusty still, but gorgeous!

loving this vanity! It looks custom but was a fraction of the cost. Sources on the blog | www.theharperhouse.com

these faucets from Amazon add the perfect classic touch and are very affordable:

Get the look of expensive fixtures for SO much less. These faucets are gorgeous and add just the right amount of classic style to our DIY bathroom remodel. Find the sources on the blog: www.theharperhouse.com

DIY board and batten is super easy and adds so much texture to the space | www.theharperhouse.com

Clean & Classic DIY farmhouse bathroom remodel. Sharing all the sources on the blog | www.theharperhouse.com

Clean & Classic DIY farmhouse bathroom remodel. Sharing all the sources on the blog | www.theharperhouse.com

And here’s the moodboard for the space with all sources listed below:

Gorgeous bathrooms don't have to cost a fortune! Sharing all the sources for our DIY bathroom remodel on the blog | www.theharperhouse.com



Sconces  | Glass Shade




Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Classic Gray

We just have a few more finishing touches to do and then we’re going to send in the cleaning crew (aka my 3 kiddos – hey, they need to earn their keep around here too!) And then we’ll add a few pretty staging touches and she’ll be ready for her final photo shoot.

Since this post is getting kinda long, I’ll share the Master Bath updates next time! Thanks for following along on our journey. It’s so fun connecting with other house lovers out there, and I truly appreciate every comment and email! Be sure to follow me on Pinterest , Facebook, and Instagram for even more updates 🙂

Have a great weekend!


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  1. Wow – Mouse house is looking great! I love the clean and classic look here. I hope you are enjoying your new house as well!!

    1. thanks so much Leslie! Yes, we are loving all the space at the new house but lots of upcoming projects here as well. Trying to finish Mouse House first and pace ourselves so as not to overwhelm my hubby, lol!

    1. aww, thanks so much Jann! Yes, that board and batten adds so much texture to the space and it is SO easy to do! Have a great weekend! 🙂

  2. Oh my gosh, beautiful! That’s what I want my bathroom to look like. I do need some new tile in our guest bath, this might be the perfect fit 🙂

    1. Thank you Toni! I had my heart set on some herringbone marble, but it was SO expensive. I really like how this tile from Lowes turned out and it was about 1/10th of the cost which makes my frugal heart happy, lol! thanks for visiting, friend!

    1. Thank you so much Victoria! Great to see you over here, I’m off to check out your blog too. Don’t you just love BOB? (I laugh while I say that because my Dad’s name is Bob, LOL!) Take care xo!

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  4. Hi Christy,
    Recently stumbled across your blog…love this gray and white bath! You’ve been blessed with great design style. Would you please share the name of the white paint you used?

    1. Thanks so much Dana! The white we used on the trim, doors, and board & batten wall is White Dove by Benjamin Moore (in semi-gloss). Hope this helps!

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  6. This looks so much like our son’s bathroom. Could you tell me the paint color of the vanity and what type of finish you used? Eggshell, semigloss?
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful talents.

    Kindest regards,

    1. Thanks so much for your sweet comment Rhonda 🙂 We actually purchased this vanity already painted – you can find it here on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2GDnBQd. But if you’re looking for a similar gray color, I think Software SW7074 by Sherwin Williams is a close match. I prefer to use semi-gloss paint on my cabinets because it wipes clean easier than other sheens. But that’s just my personal preference. Hope this helps!

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