Designed to sell updating an 80s bathroom
If you have any questions, please leave them below in the comments and I’ll cover them next week.
A huge thank you to those who have been following along with me on this journey since the beginning!
Your encouragement (both on this blog and instagram) has been so helpful in motivating me to push through those tough days and end up with a result I truly love and hope my guests will enjoy for years to come.
I’m so excited to see how the other participants rooms turned out!
I made this valance in about 30 minutes from a piece of reclaimed wood (leftover from our laundry room barn door) and a jigsaw (tutorial to follow).
Most travertines have warmer, creamier colours which are well-suited to almond. However, things add up FAST when you’re updating/renovating, so if you’d rather keep your budget at a dull roar, check out these tile-choosing tips…
I challenged and pushed myself as designer and DIY’er and I hope it translates through these photos. Six short weeks ago, we were living with “that 70’s bathroom”…
After many long days and nights of shedding blood, sweat and tears, I present to you our new guest bathroom: In the initial stages of my renovations I like to choose a handful of adjectives to describe the style/atmosphere I hope to achieve with the end result.
This countertop is a manufactured marble that has a blend of cream, beige and off-white in it – making it a great ‘go-between’ for the almond toilet and tub and the white sink.
you can have a white toilet AS LONG AS it is not DIRECTLY next to your tub (as in between 12-24″).