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If you love home projects you are going to love this bathroom remodel. It came out exactly how we wanted and looks so great!
Anytime you do a remodel it is so wonderful to be done with all the hard work and to enjoy the new beautiful room you’ve created. I am so happy to report that our bathroom remodel is completely done and boy is it an improvement. I really wish everyone could see my bathroom in person to truly appreciate how big this improvement is. We dealt with this ugly bathroom for so long I can’t believe how bad it was when I look back at the before pictures. Kelly did such an amazing job. I find myself spending more time than usual in the bathroom because I love it so much.
After tearing out all the big counter tops and cabinets the room was opened up. You will notice the window is still in the same place as it was before and see how much more room there is. The picture is hard to tell but the Roman shade is a gray color. Honestly it is very hard to take pictures in a bathroom. The floor in this picture doesn’t show how gray it is, the lighting makes it look browner that it really is.
I found this shelf at Tai Pan and the decorations at Home Goods. This wall is where the tiny bathtub used to be.
This picture shows the color of the floor much better. I think the floor is my favorite. This tile is long planks that look like wood. There is also something special about the floor….Kelly heated it so when you step out of the shower the floor is all toasty warm.
I knew in my head exactly what color of paint I wanted to match the tile and I love this paint color. Typically I struggle with picking paint colors but as soon as I painted I knew it was perfect. The color is a Pittsburgh paint called Hurricane #408-2. It compliments the grays and greens and blues in the room and gives the room a very warm calming feeling. I think I’m going to use this same color in my laundry room.
The shower turned out so much bigger than I expected. I think that’s because I was so used to showering in such a tiny shower. Kelly used the floor tile on the tub surround and the niche shelf. He had this idea to make the niche the size of the full back wall of the shower and I think it turned out so unique and at the same time very practical.
The corner was a perfect space for a linen closet. Something I’ve never had. Since we’ve been married for 25 years it is definitely a good time to buy new towels. I couldn’t make myself put the old towels in here so I need to go purchase more new ones.
The toilet is in the same place but with the tub gone we were able to add a much bigger vanity. We chose a black leather granite for the counter tops. This also shows the canvas I showed you how to make last week. You can check that out here.
I had a really hard time finding a mirror but I was so excited when I found this one at Tomorrows Antiques in Draper. It is an awesome decor store that has very unique items. It is different than any other mirror I found and that’s what I love about it.
Home improvements are a lot of work but stick with it because in the end it is definitely worth it. I was lucky Kelly labored for a few weeks on this project and I had the joy of decorating it.
If you loved this bathroom remodel, check out our Coat Closet Makeover!