Finally after a couple months, our ‘weekend’ project is finally ready to reveal! It was hard to take decent pictures in such a small space, but I wanted to make sure I shared the final results with all of you. Without further ado, here is our completed half-bathroom remodel:
There it is! The only piece we are still missing is a picture or two for the wall, but I haven’t found anything I love yet and I do not want to settle on something that is just okay. I also am going to make a Mason Jar soap pump to sit on the countertop. As you can see, we made subtle and cost-effective changes, but I really think they made a world of difference. A few of the biggest changes we made was painting the walls all Behr Linen White, painted the countertop using a restoration kit, created a rustic look on the cabinets using steel wool, spray painted the existing light fixture a stainless steel color, and purchased all new accessories from Home Goods. I didn’t keep a tab of the total cost transformation, but it couldn’t have been much more than $300-$400 in total since we kept a lot of the large pieces like the vanity, toilet, and sink. Big changes on a small budget is what we were shooting for and I think we met our goal well!
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