It’s high time I showed you some of the finishing touches and pieces of decor that I’ve added to the bathroom. Some of these pieces I wish I had installed earlier in the process, purely to make things easier, but most of it has been packed away, waiting for a day when there wouldn’t be a chance of getting grout and sawdust embedded everywhere. All of the updates you’re going to see were affordable; subtle little touches for efficiency, design, and functionality, and I think you’re going to like it.
See for yourself, I showcase all of the fun in this week’s post on DIY Network’s blog. Enjoy!
More to come next week when I do the formal-official-final-3-months-in-the-making before and after event! Getting ready to turn up the w-o-w factor.
If you missed the beginning of this bathroom renovation series, catch up for yourself by perusing these posts:
- A little video introduction and tour!
- An overview of the materials I’ve been purchasing! Because what DIY-crazed girl wouldn’t love tile shopping?
- And getting down and dirty with demolition!
- Training a beginner to repair a drain pipe and install a bathtub!
- Building custom shower shelving, and learning how to install HardiBacker.
- And learning more than I ever thought I’d know about shower valves and PEX.
- Four days of tiling. No exaggeration.
- And then we grouted our little hearts out.
- Leaned on and learned about underlayment.
- Drank lots of coffee, painted (and re-painted), and whipped through the floor install!
- Not to be ignored, an important finishing touch: I made custom baseboard trim from common lumber.
- The vanity installation brought so much to the room!
- Mirror, mirror, how do I hang you on a wall?
- We made custom window trim, something totally DIY-able to the masses.
- I forged ahead and combined white paint and pretty marble. Not together, of course.