Guest Bathroom Overhaul-makeover

10 Materials
$1200
4 Months
Easy

Almost completely gutted everything and started from scratch, only thing we kept was the tub enclosure.

I used a knock down dry wall technique, after it dried I applied a random raised stencil for the brick which created a crumbling brick wall appearance for an old world appeal. then painstakingly made all the trim using clay and a mold.. For the ceiling we used vintage ship lap inner locking boards, painted

Guest Bathroom before 1
Guest Bathroom before 1
guest bathroom overhaul makeover

Guest Bathroom before 2

guest bathroom overhaul makeover

After 1 with knock down and faux brick stencil and IOD trim

guest bathroom overhaul makeover

Close up of knock down and faux brick stencil

guest bathroom overhaul makeover

After 2

guest bathroom overhaul makeover

Custom barn door & vanity counter top made with 1x6 lumber and gel stain. Custom vanity made by a local business, no info available

guest bathroom overhaul makeover

Close up of the flooring we used

https://www.menards.com/main/flooring-rugs/hardwood-flooring/hardwood-flooring/floors-of-distinction-reg-superfast-reg-diamond-5-8-x-4-3-4-manchurian-walnut-oak-solid-hardwood-flooring-12-4-sq-ft-ctn/p-1444426346160.htm

guest bathroom overhaul makeover

Close up of the ship lap ceiling boards we used

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  • Barbara
    Yesterday

    What materials did you use on the stencil ? Was it Joint compound?

  • Nicole Lago
    Yesterday

    Can you please explain how you did the faux Brick wall??

    • LeAnne Wright
      Yesterday

      Buy a brick stencil, you can find these on line. Place it on the ball and use joint compound and spread with a trowel. Let dry and prime. Paint .

  • MISSY
    30 minutes ago

    It is very beautiful, I would also like to know how the bricks were done. Great work!

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