Let me just start out by saying that I waited WAY too long to do our bathroom makeover. Yep, I got ready for 4 years in that turquoise and yellow bathroom..what!?. Although this isn’t a huge bathroom renovation or big budget makeover..it is still quite the before and after if I say so myself!
Because I didn’t want to paint all the cabinets (because I despise that), I decided to just try sanding down my base cabinets to make it look more natural and less ‘orange’. Not only that, but I thought by painting the tall cabinet white, it would make it feel more open and clunky.
- I’m actually delightfully surprised about the cabinet. I sanded it down and just added 2 coats of matte polyurethane. SO MUCH EASIER.
- I really wanted to try adhesive faux moroccan floor tiles..but, womp womp, they didn’t work.
- I thought about painting aa floor pattern, but I knew we would be selling within the year and didn’t want it to look cheap.
01 :: Trim/Cabinet Color 02 :: Classic Gray Walls 03 :: Basket 04 :: Cabinet Pulls 05 :: Canisters 06 :: Faucet 07 :: Artwork 08 :: Light Fixture 09 :: Hardware