Fixer Upper Primary Bathroom \ Before & After

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before and after bathroom

Ready for another before & after from the fixer upper house?! Today I’m sharing the details of my bathroom. The items I updated really transformed the space without totally gutting the room. Here’s what I did…

As you can see we started with a pretty 90’s style bathroom. Instead of ripping out the vanity, counters and flooring, I kept it. This items is where bathroom remodels can get VERY expensive. The stone is neutral and the overall vanity design fits with the space. SO I decided to do the following to give it a little refresh for WAY less:

[1] Painted the walls and vanity Benjamin Moore “Simply White”

[2] Replaces the lights with two 3-light barn-style fixtures

[3] Ripped out the full mirror wall and replaces with two modern black mirrors

[4] Updated the old chrome faucet to a modern farmhouse option – note the color I used is “oil rubbed bronze” however it looks matte black in person.

[5] Added black hand towel hooks and replaced existing hardware with modern black pulls (size: 3 1/2″)

[6] Styled the spaces with trays, textured hand towels, apothecary jars, dried pampas grass, a runner w/ a pop of black, a furry stool and nice hand soap.

What a difference all of this made!! See below to shop all of the finishes I selected and decor I used to style the space. Leave a comment on this post with any questions you have!


Shop My Bathroom Finishes & Decor


bathroom remodel before and after
bathroom remodel before and after

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