Half Bath Remodel.

10 Materials
$700
4 Days
Medium
This was a simple and fast remodel of the half bath.
Here is the before pic. It a little outdated to say the least. I really liked the long fluorescent lights built into the soffit. It's all gotta go!
Step 1 is to turn off all the water and disconnect the toilet and sink. Remove the toilet and bathroom vanity. I would suggest taking out the mirror too.
Step 2 was to remove the soffit.
The soffit came out pretty easy with the use of a saw and pry bar. After the soffit was out we took down the old light fixture too.
Step 4 was removing the old tile and putting down the new.
Step 5 was to add beadboard to the bottom half of the wall and texture and paint the top half. Also add the trim and baseboards.
Step 6 was to put in the new toilet, vanity and light fixture.
Make sure you silicone around the sink!
Mirror and hand towel ring are hung too!
Add some cute decor and it's all done.
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  • Freddi S Freddi S on Jan 12, 2018
    How did you texture the wall?

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Jan 12, 2018
    Awesome remodel! Can I please ask, do you need or regret not having a splash tile surface behind the sink faucet?
    Id like to consider a similar vanity sink configuration but all our our vanities have always had a backsplash behind the vanity sink faucet. Perhaps the faucet design decides this?

  • Don21600826 Don21600826 on Jan 12, 2018
    How did you remove the old thin-set from the old flooring?
    We are doing the same type of project and so far found 7-inch grinder with diamond blade to be the best - dusty but effective...

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  • Andrea Andrea on Feb 04, 2018
    Once that outlet is up to code, this will be perfect! Great improvement!

  • Kathy Kathy on Feb 10, 2018
    I don't mean to be critical, but the "before" pic is really a "during" pic. Let's see what it was like before demo. Good job, btw. It does look much better. :)

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