Main Floor Bathroom Remodel

You GUUUUUYS! It’s finally here- the reveal of our main floor bathroom! It’s just awesome. This bathroom is EVERYTHING I wanted it to be. We did so much demo which I let Alex rock for us since I was extremely pregnant for the front half of this reno. We found some great hidden gems- like access to a closet walled over behind a huge obtrusive cabinet. This bathroom turned out classic and girly and lovely (keep in mind that we live in an unapologetically feminine house and I have a sweet husband who couldn’t care less how girly it is a.k.a I got a keeper). Enjoy 






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Sink Faucet – Amazon

Clawfoot Tub Hardware- Amazon (chrome version)

Shower Curtain- Amazon

Soap Dispenser- Amazon

Vanity- Lowes

Sconces- Lowes

Toilet Paper Holder- CB2

Towel Bar- CB2

11 thoughts on “Main Floor Bathroom Remodel

  1. Good morning! How much did the total renovation cost and did you do any of it yourself? Thanks!

    1. Hi LaDonna! The renovation cost just under $2,500. We did all the work ourselves and had some help along the way from our wonderful dads.

  2. Why in the world would someone board up a perfectly good closet, just to install a linen closet. Makes absolutely no sense! Love what y’all did to renovate.

  3. Totally loving the vanity wall tile design! The “rug” tile is pretty neat also. Total cost for tile, including the floor?

  4. Just BEAUTIFUL!!! Would never guess this was an under 3k reno! Look FAR more expensive!!!!

  5. This bathroom is beautiful. I have a design question their is a laminate on the walls in my bathroom, can I tile over it or even better put a textured wallpaper for bathrooms over it. I don’t want to remove it because I’m frightened what I’m going to find under it. Would appreciate your advice.

    1. I am not a construction professional or home inspector but if it were my bathroom I would remove the laminate from the walls, repair any damage, remove and replace anything structurally unsound and then go from there. I know that is not the “pretty” part of home renovations but it is critically important to make sure the integrity of your home is at it’s best and then do any cosmetic changes, instead of just covering over a potential problem.

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