I wanted to share my favorite project with you. I feel in love with this amazing bathroom transformation from Tenth Avenue South. I love her style and I love this space!
Since Tenth Avenue South is a weekly winner, she will receive a $50 gift card to either Lowes, Home Depot, or Amazon, and OPC will make a donation of $100 to Habitat for Humanity in her honor! She will also have a chance to be the grand prize winner. At the end of the Summer, the best submission, as voted on by readers, wins a bonus $150 gift card to one of the three stores above.
Tenth Avenue South is the third weekly winner in a 13 week series, so there is still time to win and be featured on one of twelve other big DIY blogs. Check out how to enter and contest details, joining us in celebrating DIY and H4H! If you don’t want to enter but would like to show your support, feel free to grab a button and tell your friends.
Here is the post that was submitted by Tenth Avenue South…
Before and After: Master Bathroom Edition
Here it is! 1956 meets 2012….
This was such a hard, but rewarding renovation. We did every little step (and misstep) ourselves after full days at work… demo, stud work, drywall, concrete floors, paint, installing toilets, sinks, faucets, and tile. The only thing we left to the professionals was installing the shower door (with glass that large, you’ve got to trust the professionals)!
Read our whole renovation story here:
What an amazing transformation!! I love everything about this space. I love the tile she chose for her shower, the bead board on the walls, and the pedestal sink. I love how they tore out the shower wall to make it a big walk in shower with a glass door to make the room look more spacious. And I love the soothing neutral colors she used.
What is your favorite part of this makeover?
Did you know it takes about 150 pounds of nails to build a Habitat house?
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