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This is the guest bathroom in my first home. This space was completed by myself, my mom, and my dad. The big projects were updating the plumbing/toilet, laying new tile and I know my dad is very proud of his countertop. The countertop is handmade out of hardwood flooring. It is the first project down, with a few more to go.
Gone from ugly '70's look with dark paneling and outdated vanity and fake marble top to bright and light cottage style for under $3000.
Used an idea from photo in a Home Depot cabinet brochure to start the re-model. Vanity, top, mirrors and faucets from Home Depot. Floor tile and backsplash, recessed lights and towel rings from Lowes.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: BrianOsborne
Created: Feb 17, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 12
Master suite out of 2 small bedrooms and a very small bathroom. Kept as much original plaster as we could. Did a lot of work to dress up the bathroom to a 'Resort' like space. Marble and porcelain tile in floor and shower. Recycled hardwood floor from the old master bedroom to splice in for where rooms were moved.
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: leelabelle
Created: Feb 26, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 11
When I bought my house, the master bath was mirrored on 3 walls with that horrible "Hollywood" light strip. I removed the mirrors, updated the fixtures, had the shower renovated and added glass mosaic tile. The crystal light fixture added a bit of glam and my design in between the mirrors helped to camouflage imperfections in the walls.