Ok, so here is a breakdown on everything that I did and products that I used:
Totals are rounded to the nearest dollar.
Paint-Vanity and Trim, Simply White, Benjamin Moore, Doors: Totally Black, Behr. Shiplap-Valspar (Lowes color)- Gray Silt = 95.00
I bought all my paint at Home Depot and they color matched the colors that I wanted with all Behr paint.
Rustoleum Automotive Primer, White Epoxy Appliance Spray paint (Rustoleum) Rustoleum Oil Rubbed Bronze= 16.00
Homax White Tough as Tile Refinishing Kit (needed 2 kits for 3 coats) for bath tub=73.00
Paint for floor: 2- Deco Americana Chalk Paints, 11.00 (with coupon), Kilz Oil Based Primer= 19.00: Behr Concrete and Garage Floor Paint (in White) 31.00 (Home Depot): Floor cost total was 55.50
Vanity Concrete Counter top: Henry's Feather Finish: Home Depot=17.00
Here is my post I shared on this:
Light: Home Depot, 69.00 - http://www.homedepot.com/p/Design-House-Kimball-3-Light-Textured-Coffee-Bronze-Indoor-Vanity-Light-520320/206122292
Vanity Pulls: Home Depot=15.00 total
Faucets: Home Depot=66.00 total
Toilet Paper holder: Home Depot=14.00
New White Toilet=Menards=180.00
Wood for my Farmhouse Window - 10.00 for one MDF board from Home Depot and I used other wood I had on hand.
Shiplap: Home Depot, plywood 4x8 sheets at 11.99 per sheet, cut into 6 inch strips= 48.00
Shower Curtain, Rod and Liner all bought at Target: 50.00
Mirrors: Kirklands=$40.00!! Score!! Can you believe how cute these are for 20.00 a piece...Crazy! I bought these on sale on line.
2 Wicker Baskets at 40% off at Joanne Fabric: 24.00 total
Sign on door- Amazon = 13.00
Succulents, galvanized waste basket and pail - Joanne Fabric (all with coupons)=33.00
Ladder - 3.50
Hook on wall - Free (had it in my stash)
Towels - Free (on hand)
Curtain: Cloth (free) had a curtain panel on hand that I never used3 extension rods to make the faux roman shade=12.00 (from Target)
Entire Bathroom Makeover on a DIY Budget came out approx. $834.00.
I am sure you noticed that I bought the majority of my supplies from Home Depot. I work and live very close to the store which made running there all the time very convenient.
Thank you for reading this post and I hope you found some interesting ideas from my bathroom makeover that you might be able to use in your own home. As I mentioned, I will be posting how I did some of the floor, ladder, etc. at a later time. I was just so excited to share the end result, I couldn't wait.
Happy First Day of Summer!!