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I can’t really call this a reveal because I had the hardest time photographing this space and I have to figure out how to take a picture of what I did with the window yet. Ha, just realized that this is not a good sentence to open this post but I really wanted to show you what I have done so far. Lets call it a progress report.
In case you missed my DIY towel holder from Monday, then click HERE to see how I made it.
DIY custom Ikea toilet paper holder (click HERE)
And what would a post like this be without a before and after, right?
It was beige boredom with ugly lighting and even beige light switches. I remembered to take a before picture after the mirror was already taken down but you get the idea.
I’m really loving the orange/red spray painted mirror that I have had for so long (click HERE to read more) and that outdoor galvanized light (click HERE) which I spray painted black inside and gold on the outside We all love it.
If the funds would be endless, I would have installed grand molding in this bathroom. Like crown molding thick base molding, new tiles and a vanity but that wasn’t an option for now.
I was able to reuse some things like the above mentioned mirror, the old faucet from our powder room (click HERE to see the new faucet in the powder room). I bought the black outlets, black paint, lighting, shower curtain, new vent cover and materials for the fixtures, which altogether came in around $200 which is a super price for such a dramatic budget makeover, don’t you think so?
Paint colors used:
Hacienda Tile spray paint by Valspar
Dark Kettle Black (4011-2) by Valspar
Now I still want to figure out what to do with the vanity because I’m not that happy with it yet. Lets see because it might take a while. It needs some molding on the bottom.
That’s it for today.