Let’s Do This!
We are kicking off our Guest Bathroom Renovation today and I couldn’t be ANY more excited. Back when we were re-doing our floors we had the tile removed from our guest bathroom as well, so truthfully we’ve just kept the doors shut to this bathroom for the past 5 months! We were trying to finish the rest of the house and honestly I couldn’t come up with a plan. So this bathroom has sat tile-less and toilet-less for months. Thankfully, we do have another bathroom in this house!
Here’s a peek at the before of this bathroom. It was functioning, but that was about it. I never even thought about it because there was so much I wanted to do, but the floors where such an issue. It’s been untouched since 2012 when I moved in, so as you can imagine, I’m THRILLED to finally get to tackle this project.
This project will be relatively simple compared to the kitchen, so it’s already been such a blast to work on. We are leaving the tub and shower tile as is, but everything else is changing. Since this isn’t a high traffic area in our home like our kitchen, this project already feels like an actual DREAM.
So I’m here to tell you that we officially HAVE A PLAN… I think!. Above is our current mood board, but I’m still deciding on lighting, paint for the paneling, and the wall paper. I might go warmer and less blue… but you get the idea! It’s just what has caught my eye so far. The one thing that I’m not still deciding is the floors (the daisy marble floor of my actual dreams) and the vanity. I’m in LOVE with both. Today we are actually finishing up the marble install so at least we will have FLOORS!! Gosh it feels good to say that.
There is still quite a lot to do but I’m really excited to kick off this project and I’d love to know your thoughts! Have you renovated a bathroom? Any do’s and don’ts we should keep in mind?!
P.S. This project is already making me want to rip apart our primary bathroom next! Don’t tell Ryan, ha! 😉
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