Budget-Friendly Farmhouse Bathroom Remodel Reveal

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Good things come to those who wait, right? Well we've been waiting for so long to finally be able to say our bathroom remodel project is complete and it's oh so good. After gutting our one and only1950's bathroom for our family of 8, we can now take you on a tour through our remodel and show you how taking on a project like this doesn't have to break the bank. From top to bottom we gutted and created a farmhouse bathroom for less than $1100, including a retrofitted dresser turned vanity, and classic tiling. Come see how!
Witha vintage flair and a touch of thrifted charm, our bathroom has taken on a new farmhouse style look.
Here it as after our second remodel, the true first picture is with our green cast iron tub with matching commode, carpet, glass shower doors, and a real winner for sure. ;)
Our family of 8 needs plenty of storage space for towels and we have created a perfectly functional space with room enough for everyone, plus extra storage to boot!
Our Craigslist scored dresser turned vanity is our key pieces with the drawers retro-fitted with slide hardware, a porcelain sink, and timeless fixtures. Who doesn't love pink peonies in an antique blue ball jar?
White hexagon shaped mosaic tiles add the perfect touch to set off the floor and create a surface that is suited to our wear and tear.
In our shower surround, classic white subway tile with gray grout and new fixtures make this room smile, and is anchored by our Craigslist scored Kohler bathtub that was brand new, but had a nick we hid with trim.
Consider yourself invited to take the tour!

Suggested materials:

  • Tile
  • Grout

Larissa ~ Prodigal Pieces
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