Kids Bathroom Reveal!

May 6, 2020

This post feels like a lonnnggg time coming! I've been working on their bathroom for the past couple weeks anytime I get some down time! I've been dying to redo their bathroom but with all our house projects going on, I knew I needed to keep the cost down for this project! Maybe one day we will replace the floors and get a new vanity, but for now, I am obsessed with how our bathroom looks! 

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The total cost for this bathroom remodel was approx: $300

Here is the cost breakdown:

Cabinet Paint - $36 

Tile Paint- $50

Tile Stencil- $45

Light Fixture- $89 (I got it on sale, and now it shows out of stock- so here is the exact brand, but smaller size!)

Shower Rod- $28 

New Shower Curtain- $13 

Gold Shower Rings- $6

Wood for mirror -$12

Towel Accordion Rack- $16

Gold Towel Hook- $4.99

Child of God Print

 

As difficult as parts of this project were, I am in love with the way it turned out! Check out what the bathroom looked like before! 

 

 

 

And here is the after!

 

 

 

 

The first thing I did was paint the cabinets and spray paint the faucets! I used this paint for the cabinets! The biggest tip I have is to apply with a foam roller like this one! 

 

The floor is 100% painted! It took forever, but I love how it turned out! I wanted to show you guys a close up so you can see, the grout lines from the previous tile still show through, but you can hardly see them! You can check out how I painted our tile here!

 

 

Another  thing I did was frame our mirror! This is such a cheap upgrade! I used 1 X 3s and liquid nails! Be sure to cut your wood at a 45 degree angle! 
I also replaced our vanity light! The one I found on Amazon isn't available anymore, but you can find the exact light but 3 pendant, here!

 

 

The other thing I did was take out our old medicine cabinets and created this built in shelf! It was a simple project that totally changed the feel of the room! 

 

 

The other change I made was switching out the shower rod, curtain, and hooks! I also made this print for their bathroom and rack to hang their towels on!

 

 

Have you been doing any projects recently?! What do you think our next project should be?

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Hello and welcome! I'm Tayler- wife to my high school sweetheart, mama to three littles and angel twins. I love sharing about life within our home, motherhood, and all of the adventures we have. You can read all about us here.

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