Remember, this wasn't a..."I'm going to change everything" kind of thing. It was a cheap makeover. Same vanity, bathroom faucet, counter, mirror, bathtub... The change came with paint, accessories and a little bit of doing this and that ;)
I just want you to see the before pics before showing you the changes.
The old oak messy vanity ...
white plain bathtub...
I began working on the vanity, you can read everything about it HERE.
Then, my attention went to the bathtub, no more plain Jane! I built a paneled cover to take care of that problem. For the how to, click HERE.
The curtain rod was changed for a curved one, now the shower feels more spacious. A shampoo rack helps keep the tub area clutter free.
The walls were painted the same gray color I've been using around the house, Sherwin Williams Requisite Gray - Flat.
But not happy by simply painting the wall, I created this design to prove my patience. I now know, it was all worth it. ;) Check HERE to find out the how to.
Later on, a shelf was created to utilize the space behind the door with storage and decorative accents. Tutorial HERE.
I still need to tell you about framing the mirror, creating the art, and changing the towel bar, that will be next time for now here are the pictures:
The Light fixture was also changed.
I love how nice the bathroom smells with so many soaps around.
A new area rug from Ross hides a bit that not so pretty floor.
Some new accessories changed the mood completely. I found the blue pail holding the toothbrushes at Michael's.
My very own fabric piece of art beneath the window.
The before and afters:
My kids are loving their new bathroom, so far they have kept it clean, lets hope for that to continue :)
Here again are all the links:
Transform a builder's Vanity
Build a wooden tub cover
Painted design on wall
Build a -behind the door- storage shelf
Create your own fabric wall art