Well it is FINALLY done!
This little half bath has been on my to do list for awhile. I just wasn't exactly sure what I wanted to do in the space. I kept putting it off and was waiting for the inspiration to hit.
Well it hit one day in the form of a super sale on the counter top/sink combo.
I found it at a local thrift store. It is one of those large warehouse stores that companies will donate bulk items too. Not sure where these came from, but I knew it was a great price at $50.
Well that was all it took to kick start the renovation.
In our other bathrooms we ripped everything out, but I just didn't have it in me for this room.
We have hardwood floors downstairs and they are also in the bathroom.
My biggest fear about ripping out the cabinet was the condition of the floors. So we decided to just raise the height of the existing counter.
And honestly it was the best decision.
We took a quick trip to Home Depot and picked up the wood we needed to build the box frame for the sink.
Next came the sink counter top combo. We put the new facet in before we mounted the sink on top. It was much easier.
Once everything was in place, it was time to paint! I just repainted the base cabinet black and added new knobs.
I then painted the entire room and ceiling white. I mean it had to be white. I feel like my entire house is so dark so any room I paint has to be white.
The next day we put in a new white toilet, and the new light fixture, both came from Home Depot
Once all the remodel work was done I could then begin to decorate.
That is the fun part. I really used things we already had around the house.
The mirror was one I had in another room and knew it would be perfect in the bathroom,
and of course all of the decor items were part of my treasures.
I love shopping around my home.
Well there you have it. Honestly is was a pretty easy makeover. I am thrilled with the way it turned out.
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