Looking for great ideas for a bathroom makeover on a budget? I will show you a step by step tutorial of how I remodeled my bathroom.
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Looking for great ideas for a bathroom makeover on a budget? I will show you a step by step tutorial of how I remodeled my bathroom. Recently, I was given a wonderful opportunity to do a four project Pilot for Hometalk TV, called 48 Hour Flip. What fun! When I got the news, I cried all day long. Happy tears. I have always dreamed of doing a home and garden decor show, just like those on HGTV-Home Town, Fixer Upper and Fixer to Fabulous. I had to come up with four projects to do. I chose the kitchen, the bathroom, the entry way and the living room. Click on the links above to see the episodes.
Beautiful Bathroom Makeover On a Budget
This is the picture of our bathroom from the MLS listing. The bathroom is a great size. The flooring and fixtures are great-BUT, that wallpaper was definitely not my style and I wanted to update the vanity. I didn’t want to spend loads of time or money on this project-I wanted to transform it quick and easy.
The first thing that I had to do was to remove all of the outlets and the medicine cabinet-then, remove the wallpaper. I rinsed a washcloth in hot water, not wringing it all the way out-then I rubbed it onto the wallpaper and let the hot water sit on wallpaper for a bit. This is the quickest and least expensive way to remove wallpaper, that I have used. Once the wallpaper was softened, the wallpaper came off pretty easily. You can also put hot water in a spray bottle and spray the water onto the wallpaper. Then I scraped it with a putty knife.
I hung a bright and fun black and white patterned wallpaper on the walls. What a transformation. It really brightened up the room. You can get the wallpaper here.
Then, I painted the vanity Tricorn Black from Sherwin Williams. I love it. I ended up doing two coats of paint. I spray painted the cabinet pulls with Krylon Spay paint. I poked the screw end of the knobs through a cardboard box, this holds the knobs beautifully to spray paint the knobs. It’s a quick and affordable way to update knobs on a budget.
I added new vanity lighting from Lights.com. I love it. If you need lighting or accessories for your home, check out Lights.com. They have a great selection.
I wanted a place to hang wet towels. I went through all of my wood scraps that I had in the barn and came up with this design. You can see how I made this here.iv id=”fd-form-61855eb8db5bc2b4fb308994″>
I also added this towel rack. I love it. It feels like a hotel spa. I spray painted it to match the cabinet knobs.
I am absolutely thrilled with how this bathroom turned out. In just 48 hours, this bathroom is new and bright. And the best part is that I didn’t spend much money on it, I lust changed out the cosmetic details. Beings we live in a very small town, we don’t have access to a lot of store, I purchased everything from Amazon, it just couldn’t be easier than that.
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