I was so impressed with the makeover that my daughter just finished on her bathroom that I couldn't wait to share it with you guys
She did most of the makeover herself.......and kept her total cost around $2000 which is amazing since the countertop was about $700.
She did almost a complete demo...... about the only thing she didn't replace was the tub and cabinets.
I'll start the reveal by sharing the new strip lighting and overhead lighting that she installed.
She painted the walls a soft grey color and installed new ship lap on the wall behind the mirrors. H cut her ship lap and her sons helped install it.
Her choice of mirrors was perfect for the new look!
What a transformation just paint ....new mirrors.....and lighting can make!
The Farmhouse faucets she chose are just perfect H and Melissa's hubby installed the new faucets
Melissa painted the existing cabinet a softer grey color than the walls. She.....and I mean SHE.....laid the new floor tile. (H cut her tiles)
Melissa replaced the bead board behind the toilet with ship lap. Her 2 grown sons set the new toilet in.
New shower heads and faucet were installed by a friend that is also a plumber (he gave her a good deal on the installation cost)
Melissa and H worked out the details on how they would install custom shelves in the shower area for all her soaps.
Melissa laid all the subway tile in the shower!
A sweet ruffled shower curtain completed that side of the bathroom.
She decorated the walls and counter top with a few new things, some she had on hand, and I gave her a few of my Farmhouse pieces.
She loves teal and uses that color in her decor all around the house.
The 'Blessed" sign has been a long time favorite of Melissa's and she hung it right back up where it had been.
Oh I absolutely love the new bathroom. Everything looks wonderful. I love the baskets on the wall so much. The colors all look great together too. Tell your Give your daughter kudos from me. :) Blessings, xoxo, SusieReplyDelete
Like mother, like daughter! Great job, Melissa!ReplyDelete
A wonderful transformation!ReplyDelete
WOW!!! Melissa did a fantastic job and should be applauded!! It is beautiful!!! Love those mirrors!! Thanks for sharing this great project done by your daughter..
It looks beautiful. Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Penny, Melissa did a great job! Her bathroom is gorgeous. What a talented woman--just like her mama!ReplyDelete
I can see your daughter has inherited her Mom's talent ! Very impressive and very serene and beautiful ! Thank you for sharing !!! maryanneReplyDelete
OMG! gorgeous, simple gorgeous!ReplyDelete
What a lovely makeover .I loved the bleesed sign and those lights.Just very pretty and calming at the same time.ReplyDelete
How beautiful!Great and inspiring job.Happy Pink Saturday!ReplyDelete
Good morning Penny, Nice job! Sure makes things looks fresh and clean. I do like the ship lap and subway tile. The accessories are great that she chose. Wow, that counter top was over priced. She will love all of this for many years.ReplyDelete
You are a great mom and Mr H is the dutiful dad. Great parents and I hope you are appreciated. My boss just got back from Salt Lake City this morning at 1am. He and his wife did the same thing for their daughter this weekend.
Thank you for sharing.
She sis an awesome job, I love the touches of aqua with the brown. The vanity light is really nifty really adds the farmhouse touch!! Thank you for sharing on #omhgww this week. Hope you have a lovely week!ReplyDelete
Wow , it is stunning. I love it.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous makeover! Im sharing this with my daughter that is remodeling and decorating farm house style!ReplyDelete
I am so in love with this bathroom! I am saving it in the hopes that I can use some of those ideas in the future!ReplyDelete
She did an excellent job. I love the shiplap and the colors she chose. I have a smaller version of the same light fixture in my guest bathroom so you know Ilove that. Everything just looks so perfect together. Absolutely gorgeous. TFS with #omhgww. Pinned.ReplyDelete
Your daughter picked out lovely finishes for this bathroom. I especially love the marble counter... that spot where the gray is intense... for some reason, I love that! Thanks for sharing with us at Tuesday Turn About, Penny!ReplyDelete
She did a fantastic job & I love the Blessed sign! I've featured it at this week's Craftastic Monday Link Party. Thanks for sharing it there!ReplyDelete