As I mentioned in past posts, my family and I moved into our new house last summer. We immediately fell in love with the neighborhood and floor plan of the house. However, we knew taking on this new home meant super renovations; and thank goodness I love remodeling and updating homes. It’s one of my favorite creative outlets (however my husband just thinks I am really good at spending money).
After replacing all the carpeting on the stairs and complete second floor, the next project was the guest bathroom. The fixtures and decor were outdated. There was water damage on the walls and flooring by the shower. Also, inside the shower, the tile walls were bending. Yikes! Plus, the red walls were too dark. We knew the only way to do this bathroom right was to gut it…head to toe!
Immediately, we were on the hunt for a contractor. We used one that was highly recommend by our realtor and several other sources. Also, the contractor was extremely reasonable and trustworthy (I felt comfortable leaving my home when work was being done).
Then last September the fun started. I wanted a neutral bath to make the room look bigger and brighter. My husband and I spent hours at Lowe’s deciding upon tile, granite, fixtures, cabinets, lighting, mirror, toilet, tub, paint, etc. Finally, all the materials arrived at our home and the work began. Per code, a vent had to be installed; and it was decided to cut a wall in half to open up the entrance of the bathroom.
Three weeks later….it was done! With the help of a wonderful contractor, Lowe’s and Bed, Bath & Beyond, we now have a gorgeous guest bath.
Now we can’t wait to do the Master Bathroom & Kitchen….coming soon!