DIY Master Bathroom


We completely renovated a 1980's outdated master bathroom (think metallic wallpaper) and created a tranquil space to escape my 3 boys! The post on my blog contains many of our sources.
The space was originally 2 separate rooms-a tiny toilet, shower, single sink and a vanity area.  We removed the wall and 2 closets to make one open space.
The space was originally 2 separate rooms-a tiny toilet, shower, single sink and a vanity area. We removed the wall and 2 closets to make one open space.
Because this was a total DIY project, we were able to complete a much higher end looking bathroom for $7,000.
Because this was a total DIY project, we were able to complete a much higher end looking bathroom for $7,000.
These mirrors (from Lowes) and sconces (from Home Depot) were both very affordable options and I love the look they create in the bathroom.
These mirrors (from Lowes) and sconces (from Home Depot) were both very affordable options and I love the look they create in the bathroom.
The pedestal tub is my favorite addition to the space.
The pedestal tub is my favorite addition to the space.
Courtney@Golden Boys and Me

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  • Kadi
    on Jan 27, 2016

    Beautiful. I have picked out the same tile for my renovation. What color grout did you use?

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  • Ophelia
    on Jul 18, 2015

    Totally gorgeous. Just perfection. Love every inch of this.

  • Diana Deiley
    on Mar 2, 2016

    Absolutely beautiful! Wonderful choice of materials and colors. #Jealous

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