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53 Bathroom - Mini Reno

By: teresalt01

Created: Mar 1, 2013

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This original 53 bathroom had some really cool elements, but I struggled with the combination of sea foam green, black and white and the PINK tub. I didn't have 20K to do a full renovation, so this was my solution: I left the original sea foam green tile with the black accents and lovely black and white listello. I found the vanity on Amazon from Kitchen Bath Collection. I did have the tub professionally glazed as I had great luck with the upstairs tub that had the same treatment from the same gentleman. I retiled the floor in a black and white pinwheel tile from Wayfair. I bought some nice fabric and made the shower curtains. Installed a new toilet. I looked all over for floating shelves but ended up using some from Ikea that can be cut to desired length with a total cost of under 45. I love to take photos in my garden, so I printed some of those in black and white and used a variety of frames. I completed the project over two weekends. My cost including all of the supplies and having the plumbing moved for the vanity was $2500.

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