Our master bathroom was an eye sore that I couldn't stand for years. The flooring was faux wood panels in ebony that had a ton of bubbles and one area where they weren't feathered in, but in a straight line. The builder grade 1990's light fixtures and mirrors were bad... just bad. Oh, and look closely you'll see sea- shell shaped sinks. The white paint had yellowed as had the counter tops (not to mention several curling iron burns). The shower was tiny and the tub spray black flecks every time you ran it. Ohhh yeah... and the oil rubbed bronze shower and fixtures? They used to be 90's brassy brass and the previous owner spray painted them. Which, on fixtures that you move & touch, does not work. There was paint flecks falling off every fixture in that bathroom (the floor was constantly covered in paint flecks, daily).
Here's the "BEFORE" pictures:
I finally convinced the husband to start updating with me in a phased approach so we could pay for it out of pocket as we go. As a rule, we do not like to take out loans or use credit cards if at all possible.
Phase 2 (2 months later): Done by our amazing contractors Priess Remodeling
And the final reveal....
Cooking & home projects galore! My secret inner-designer revealed.