Thrifty Little Bathroom Renovation
Kasey from Thrifty Little Blog is a remodeler too. So she sent over this great bathroom renovation and I am excited to share it with you. Not only that, but she has a budget breakdown! Yea! Enjoy!
Interested in learning how I did my wallpaper-esque wall treatment?
Well, here’s the breakdown:
The room is much more welcoming and open-feeling thanks to the addition of a 18 inch deep Kohler soaking tub and white subway tiles that reach up to the ceiling.
I’m loving this counter-height shelf I had tiled in so that I could store my bath products.
I love it’s a great bathroom renovation! I love how Kasey broke down the cost and did all that she could DIY to save money! That is very Thrifty of her, don’t ‘cha think?!
>How did you re-texture the walls to smooth? I want to put paneling up in my house–but bumpy/textured walls are everywhere.
>Thanks for the feature!
@jbr~ I scraped off the plaster using a putty knife then floated the entire wall. When I first floated the wall, there were uneven levels of paper that bubbled and peeled off, but after the extra paper came off, everything dried nicely. I've heard that you can also prime the drywall beneath the texture before floating to prevent bubbling.
Here's a post I wrote during that process: https://www.thriftylittleblog.com/2009/10/it-all-came-crashing-down.html
>That looks very very nice! Great job!
>That is beautiful. I love it.
>Amazing! I think the black mirror makes a great statement.
>It turned out just beautiful! Very inspiring space.
>Love what you did! it turned out so nice on that amount of budget. Now it looks so elegant..
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