Bathroom Makeover on a Budget

When we moved into our new (old) home the upstairs bathroom was tired and housed a beautiful clawfoot tub that wasn't usable. We installed a shower in the tub and used paint and a few new pieces to give the bathroom a whole new life. Check out the blog post for more info and the little before picture!

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  • Dans_le_Lakehouse
    on Jan 4, 2015

    Great job! I love the yellow!

  • Terry
    on Mar 9, 2015

    love the colors you used. where did you get the curtain rod? we have a bathroom that has a huge jacuzzi tub, with a spray head next to the faucet, but it's useless as a shower, (and who wants to sit in the tub and try to "shower" with it anyway?) The tub is surrounded on 3 sides with framed mirrors all the way to the ceiling. Thought this might do until we decide if we want to pull the tub and replace with a real tub/shower combo.

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