JENNA KATE AT HOME
We didn’t have a lot of money to remodel it, so our original makeover involved ripping down the tile and adding bead board over the damaged drywall, followed by some fresh paint on top.
The built-in vanity was trashed and replaced with a new one, the toilet obviously was replaced and we floated LVP flooring over the existing floor tile.
We also added a glass shower door, since previously it was just an alcove with a shower curtain, but we never actually updated any of the tile or fixtures in the shower.
Ready to see the after? Here we go!
I updated my existing vanity with a fresh coat of paint in the color Boothbay Gray, which is the same color we used in our pantry and on our kitchen island.
These shelves were an inexpensive find on Amazon and I highly recommend them for the price! They are engineered wood & they are hollow, but they are very sturdy and look great!
The shower was, of course, the reason for this entire project. I’m thrilled with how it turned out and for the first time in 7 years, I actually enjoy showering in here!
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