December 3, 2016

Bathroom Renovation 2016

We started this DIY renovation in APRIL and here it is, the beginning of DECEMBER and we are just now finishing it up. Renovations are tough to begin with, but add in a baby/toddler and it becomes a physical and psychological torture labyrinth that will seemingly never end (maybe that's a little extreme).

Here is what the bathroom looked like when we moved in with the TAN walls and the brown, super gross grout...

And here is what it looked like after we made some cosmetic changes, like painting the grout and painting the walls... It was a significant improvement, but we really wanted more storage and we did not like the periwinkle tile at all.



New tile, vanity, toilet, light fixture, towel bar (by me) and mirror frame (made by my dad). We kept the same wall color which saved a little bit of work. Here is the NOW!!!

{  Adding some simple holiday cheer - literally printed this from Word this morning, Ha!  }

WALLS = Daltile white subway tiles and Behr Irish Mist paint

FLOOR = MARAZZI - Montagna Smoky Black 6 in. x 24 in. Glazed Porcelain Floor Tiles   

ALL GROUT = Fusion Pro # 19 Pewter



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