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Bathroom Makeovers Diy

Bathroom Makeovers Diy

I cant believe i found this. You are my angel! I just bought an old house, and with a new baby, our budget is extreamly tight. I am slowly trying to make this house my own, but had no idea where to even start when it came to the bathroom. I was browsing bathroom makeovers today and all of a sudden…. there it was! Every dream I had and more, right in front of my eyes. This is the bathroom I’ve always wanted 🙂 Ican’t wait to get started on it! Thank you, thank you for posting this. *Amanda*
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Bathroom Makeovers Diy

Previous11 Impressive Dining Room Makeovers view gallery 20 Photos Get inspired to make over your bathroom with these gorgeous before and after photos and simple, clever tips. Plus, get more bathroom decor ideas. More view gallery
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Bathroom Makeovers Diy

Kristi, I am blown away with how well the entire bathroom turned out! It’s like one of those breathtaking B&E decorating reveals they do on T.V.! But for the layout of the space, there’s no way to tell it’s even the same space, the change is so total and remarkable. I am duly impressed, and bow down to your DIY refurb mojo! Removing that bulky above-toilet cabinet was totally the way to go, it opens the space up dramatically. Everything about the new space is perfect, I wouldn’t change a single thing. And I must say, I am in love with your teeny tiny little ceiling fan, it’s the cutest thing ever. Also, thank you for providing such an organized accounting of what was replaced and cost, and also for quick links to your various projects. You have one of the most “together” well done DIY/Decor blogs in blogland!
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Bathroom Makeovers Diy

I found you via Pinterest and I LOVE this bathroom remodel. We are purchasing our first home and it has a very similar bathroom. It will be the first room remodeled, it has some hideous 1970’s wallpaper that must go. I have been thinking about getting a saw for all the DIY projects I plan to do with the house, and the house has a woodworking workshop already made so I guess I will have to bit the bullet and get a table saw and get working on this. I simply can’t believe how a few changes and a few hundred dollars can make such a HUGE difference. Thank you for the inspiration.
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Bathroom Makeovers Diy

My small bathroom makeover is finished, and I made my goal of getting it finished in 20 days!! (That’s 20 working days, not 20 calendar days.) And I packed this bathroom full of small bathroom design ideas, all done on a budget.
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Bathroom Makeovers Diy

This budget bathroom makeover project started when I thought we were going to move.   I haven’t been able to redecorate like I used to before my hubby was laid off from his job 2+ years ago.  Living in limbo and not knowing what tomorrow will bring is not an ideal way to live.  We just take it one day at a time, knowing that moving is most likely going to happen sooner or later.  I figured if we do have to move I might as well get a head start as this bathroom would need to be updated if we put the house on the market.   Soon after thinking about all this,  I saw an inexpensive brown damask shower curtain while browsing at HomeGoods. I loved it and that was all the incentive I needed to get started.
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Bathroom Makeovers Diy

Gorgeous! I definitely needed to read this. I have been avoiding redoing my bathroom since I bought the place and the outdated wallpaper, cabinets, etc have just about become unbearable. This gives me hope that I can make it a bathroom I love on my single school teacher budget. Thanks for sharing!
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Bathroom Makeovers Diy

In a small space like a bathroom, every detail matters: The right wall color, tilework or lighting can transform a dull, dated bathroom into a bright, stylish retreat. See how HGTV’s top designers revamped these petite baths.
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Get inspired to make over your bathroom with these gorgeous before and after photos and simple, clever tips. Plus, get more bathroom decor ideas. More view gallery
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Hey there! Love your bathroom update! I’m working on an article for SheKnows.com featuring bathroom updates from bloggers and I’d love to include yours! I’ll need your permission to use your photos, and of course I’ll link it back to your blog. Unfortunately, I have a super quick turnaround on this and I’ll need to hear from you to today to make it work. If you would like to be featured, please email me ASAP at /* */. Thanks!
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And that’s the tour!  I’m so pleased with how this bathroom turned out!  And I’m even more pleased with the fact that I made my 20-day goal.  I’d estimate that I worked an average of 5 to 6 hours each of those 20 days, and I did all of the work myself, so that’s an estimated 100 to 120 hours of work that went into this bathroom transformation.
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Man, your “Before” bathroom looks like mine! I was just telling my husband last night that I’m getting the “itch” to start the bathroom redo. I had a wood counter-top in mind. Thanks for the inspiration, girl! Erin @ UpcycledUgly
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After: Timeless black-and-white tile and shiny, new fixtures update this bathroom on a budget. Although the finished shower looks like a million bucks, HGTV fan Designgrl saved thousands by doing the work herself. She spent only $800 on materials to retile both the shower and bathroom floor. Surprisingly, she reports that this was her first time tiling. Looks like a job well done!
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Designer Matt Muenster helped a busy couple with their bland, beige bathroom. The shower isn’t usable, and there is no room for storage in the bathroom.
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The bathroom now features a high-end, double vanity set with new sinks, faucets and mirrors. A groovy black and white backsplash and cafe color paint perk up the walls to make this bathroom a spa retreat.
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I’m an interior decorator-turned-blogger, and a DIY fanatic. I live with my husband, Matt, our dog, Boo, and our cat, Peeve, in our 1948 fixer upper that I’m remodeling pretty much by myself. Read more >>.
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Hi there! I’m Kristi… I’m an interior decorator-turned-blogger, and a DIY fanatic. I live with my husband, Matt, our dog, Boo, and our cat, Peeve, in our 1948 fixer upper that I’m remodeling pretty much by myself. Read more >>.
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Avoid nasty slips by adding texture to your floor, just like this pebble shower DIY. If you’re wondering where to buy the pebble stones, take a trip to the nearest dollar store. They should have bags of them sitting on the shelves.
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Since my daughters are no longer living at home this bathroom is basically unused. I could make a mess and leave all my tools out. I never cleaned it all up until  last week.   It was very nice  working this way, plus I was in no rush.  I truly took my time as I did everything myself, except for putting in the new light fixture. I don’t do electrical or plumbing – that is hubby’s contribution.
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The part of the makeover that took the most thought was installing the board and batten. Lots of things to think about – how far apart I wanted the boards, thick or thin boards, how many obstacles I had to work around, how high etc.  I had some of the boards cut to the exact size I needed at Lowes, not only to make the job easier, but so the boards would fit into my Jeep. The mitered corner cuts I had to do on my own.  The miter saw was set up in my garage, this bathroom is upstairs – I got  a lot of exercise. I just pretended I was at the gym and was on a Stairclimber. I used all pre-primed Mdf boards. I like using the Mdf because there are no wood knots and every piece is uniformly smooth. I used Liquid Nails to attach all the boards so I didn’t need a nail gun, but a level is a must to make sure your boards are vertically as well as horizontally straight when you attach them to the wall.  I spaced mine 12” apart which made it easy as I just placed a wood 12” ruler between the boards to get perfect spacing.
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It has been over 3 years since I made over and posted about this bathroom.  Check out how I updated it with nothing more than new fabric, for the window valance,  a shower curtain, and towels.  Read about it in this post:  Why I Like Decorating with White and  Neutral Colors
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This once-dreary bathroom is now a highlight of the house, thanks to its rustic accent wall. Made of 2-inch-thick wooden slices glued and nailed to a plywood backing, the mosaic mimics the look of stacked firewood, adding warm woodsy contrast to the rest of the room’s white walls. In lieu of windows, a pair of skylights bathes this space with cheerful, flattering light from above.

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