Budget Powder Room Makeover!
Hi, I'm Brittany! I am passionate about sharing time saving projects around the house for other busy families.
Today I want to show you a simple powder room makeover that we DIY'd completely by ourselves in April. Our budget and time was limited, so we had to make updates that were impactful-- and easy to finish.
Goal: Completely update this bathroom in less than 6 weeks during the One Room Challenge. You can see the room fully updated on my blog (link is at the end of this post).
Here is where we started 6 weeks ago! The room is at the end of a hallway, has no natural light, and is just over 6' square in size.
The only thing we'd done since the new-build move in was paint it this dark teal. The color is beautiful, but since we didn't have the natural light, it looked much darker than we liked.
The first thing we did was add board & batten. We learned so much to make this project easier. Over on my blog, I shared 11 things you NEED to know before you start a board & batten project!
Then, we installed a new pedestal sink. We used Kohler's Memoirs Sink. I included a DIY-ers installation post. You can find the link in the room reveal blog post.
Once the board & batten was installed, we added a band of mosaic accent tile. Since the lighting is a little funny, the tile is very gray & blue in real life-- not green! We picked it up affordably from Lowe's. It's their Venatino mosaic tile.
Here it is finished! We used 'Drizzling Mist' from Valspar for the walls. Its a light blue-gray that looks darker in the photos.
And the sink finished! You can see the tutorials for each project over on my blog. It was quite a bit to knock out on the weekends in a month's time, but we did it. And it feels great to have a room finished.
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