Hey friends! Happy Labor Day!
I wanted to quickly share with you a makeover that Cy did on a client’s bathroom.
He had already started the demolition process before I could get a before picture, so this is what it looked like when I showed up.
That is where the toilet used to be.
He was going to try to keep and re-do the original vanity, but it was in such bad shape, I convinced him to let me find a piece of furniture I could turn into a vanity.
I found this piece of furniture at our local antique mall for $90 dollars. That was so much cheaper than any new vanity that I would buy at Lowe’s or anywhere else.
I painted the dresser with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Paris Gray. We reused the same hardware because it was perfect. We were planning on keeping the original top on the dresser, but Cy ended up having to replace it.
He bought some oak, stained it, and sealed it with poly to create a new vanity top.
For the bathtub, he used a tub refinishing kit from Lowe’s to cover up the old blue tub.
I picked out the tile for the shower and floor. It is from Lowe’s. I will try to get the exact name of this tile and add it to my post today.
We were super pleased with how it looked.
Cy installed bead board all around the room which really made the space look bigger and brighter.
We painted the walls above the bead board a tan color.
Here is what the bathroom looked like before…
Here is the after!
Cy bought the light at Lowe’s, and he built a custom mirror. I think it looks so fresh and lovely!
The clients were on vacation while Cy completed this remodel. The husband wanted to surprise his wife with a new bathroom.
Before they got home, Cy bought some flowers to place on the vanity, a card, and a new brown hand towel.
Isn’t that sweet?!
I love my man.
He’s working on another bathroom remodel right now, and I can’t wait to show it to you when he is finished!
Have a blessed Labor Day!!
Linking this project to these parties…