Small Master Bath Remodel

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$110
2 Hours
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Working on the house is always a project! And I absolutely love my new house however the bathrooms are so small. They were dated and ugly with cabinets that didn't belong. After removing them and updating the colors and a few other things it looks amazing!
That cabinet above the toilet is not only ugly but is very dated and makes the room feel so much smaller. Removal is the first priority!
The mirror was also out of place with its extra large size. Wanted a new Vibe and feel in the bathroom so this had to go too!
Overall very closed in and very drab and dated. (Cute shower curtains but that's it!)
Cabinet is finally gone! Replaced with a picture and shelf.
The mirror was removed. And what a project that was! They had glued and Molly bolted the previous mirror. So we had to stand down and spackle to retexturize the walls. We added this cute mirror it is more size to the bathroom. We also painted the walls a taupish- gray. It looks larger and has so much more drama and depth!
Added a white and bright shower curtains to make the room look larger and really cute pink towels. In only one day I have a totally new bathroom and I absolutely love it!
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  • Bambi Bambi on Dec 27, 2017
    Where did you find the beautifully shaped white mirror? I absolutely love it! The whole makeover is awesome. I have a very similar layout in my small bathroom. You've given me some inspiration. Thank you.

  • Cheryl Tufo Niman Cheryl Tufo Niman on Dec 30, 2017
    What color paint is that please , I love what you did btw

  • Sherri M. Sherri M. on Jan 06, 2018
    Nice reno! What did you do for lighting? There's nothing visible above the mirror. Just curious, I've been looking for bathroom lighting options and nothing has struck me to put in my white accented guest bath. Chandelier was my first choice but old house and slanted ceiling! Thanks in advance ; D

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