Half Bathroom Reveal

  1. Brande Ringger says:

    I follow many designers…. your posts are the most lovely by far!! I grew up riding my bike past this home (many years ago)… I’m so glad you have given it a beautiful life again! I LOVE what you do!

  2. Kim Lowe says:

    Another wonderful room! What is the green skinny thingy between the mirror and cabinet?

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Thanks, Kim. It was something left in the house and I thought it was really cool. It’s a vintage “nursery thermometer.” Hang it on the wall and it gives you the temp inside the house or you can use it for formula tempt, etc.

  3. Rebecca Neustel says:

    I ???????????? this bathroom! Everything fits together perfectly. My aunt had a collection of those women’s heads with some really lovely ones. The woman my uncle married afterwards sold them at a garage sale she had (that we didn’t know about, of course) for around 10¢ a piece!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awww.. thank you. And oh my gosh. They are pretty expensive in antique malls, etc. They were left here at the house and I thought they were pretty cute.

  4. Lori says:

    You and Deb are amazing! How do you get the smell and nastiness off old things? Fabric too? I’m always afraid to repurpose things from garage sales and things because I don’t want to end up wasting money on something I can’t fix. Thanks!!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awwww, thank you. If it’s old dirty smell, soap and water has always done the trick for us. I’ve used that orange glow to clean antiques which works really well, too. If it’s cigarette smoke, that never comes out. ???? I don’t buy anything with that smell. And I don’t buy really much with fabric from garage sales unless I can wash it in the washer or I really do the nose test on it before.

  5. I do trust all of the ideas you’ve presented to your post. They are really convincing and can certainly work. Still, the posts are very brief for novices. May just you please extend them a bit from subsequent time? Thank you for the post.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      hahahahah I just saw this message. And keep me posted. (unless you already did over on IG….)

  6. Michelle says:

    Love what you did in the half bath.
    Would that be dental molding that you used as trim on the ceiling? Got to get me some!????

  7. Bethany says:

    I’m left hanging… what is this tantalizing post on small chandeliers that’s mentioned but no longer an active link?? Were the lights themselves discontinued (it happens I know). But I’d love to hear what you recommend for those of us who don’t rewire our own antique lights (perhaps I should?).

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Oh darn it, I guess I may have to remake this list based on current options! Thanks for bringing that to my attention. I’ll try not to leave you hanging much longer! I always recommend trying to rewire an antique light, because it is so much easier than you would imagine. If you don’t rewire, I just recommend examining the existing wire for damage and don’t leave it on when you leave house for an extended period of time, just as a safety precaution.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      I updated that link with some of my favorite finds from Amazon for chandelier and pendant lights for a bathroom. https://amzlink.to/az0NrsqFmZjkk

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