#makeovermonday / bathroom renovations my grandma would love

the daily Starr makeover monday blog

Last time on #makeovermonday we took a look inside the bare bones kitchen that was before.

And then after:

You can see that entire renovation with all the before and afters if you missed it, here.

Now, let’s move onto the bathrooms in this same fixer upper house!

I’ve named this post – bathroom renovations my grandma would love – because these bathrooms remind me of my grandma. She had blue tile and flowers in her bathroom too! Bless.

before

after

The only thing we kept: the tub.

Everything else is all new – the flooring, the subway tile, the vanity, the toilet, the fixtures, the mirror, the shiplap walls. This space just makes me want to stay in the bathroom and hide from my people. Yep. I said it.

Next, on to the master bathroom.

Here is the before:

And after:

before

after

This could easily be one of my favorite bathroom makeovers!

Maybe it’s the black vanities with the white marble tops, or the chrome fixtures, or the shiplap. OR EVERYTHING!!!

Even the awkward window over the vanity ended up working out nicely. The added natural light is a welcomed addition and sometimes I think it would be better off to look outside while brushing my teeth instead of my crazy morning bed head. Am I right, people??

Oh, bathroom renovations, how I love thee!

Sources:
Laminate Wood Flooring: Lowe’s
Black Vanity with Marble Top: Lowe’s
Grey Vanity with White Top: Lowe’s
Mirrors: Lowe’s
Sink fixtures: Lowe’s
Lighting: Lowe’s

I like Lowe’s, so what???

Custom Shiplap walls: my amazing father-in-love and mother-in-love

Paint colors
Shiplap and trim: Simply White by Benjamin Moore
Walls: Classic Gray by Benjamin Moore

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