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A Bathroom Makeover Done for $320!
How We Made Over Our Bathroom for $320!
Hi sweet friends! I have a really fun post to share with you today. As we began the new year, I made a list of all the things I would like to try and work on this year in our home. At the top of my list was our hall bath. Everything works just fine in here (as you can see above), but it just felt really dark and heavy. The color of the countertop wasn’t really working with the style of our home either… I felt stuck on what I could do with this space as I knew there wasn’t any room in the budget to replace a perfectly fine countertop. So I turned to the magic of paint and a small budget of $320 for this makeover…
And here is the after! I am so happy with how this project turned out!
I was able to use paint I already had on hand from our kitchen cabinets. For the kitchen I lightened this color. But here in the bathroom, I kept it the true moody green that it is. The color is by Benjamin Moore and it is called Stingray. It is seriously such a pretty color and I don’t think it gets the attention it deserves. For the primer I used Sherwin William’s, Extreme Bond Primer. The walls got a fresh coat of a brighter white too.
We took out the medicine cabinet, patched the wall and removed the mirrors. I was able to purchase new mirrors for 59.99 each and they turned out lovely in here!
The light fixture was moved down and replaced with something softer and classic. It truly helped transform this space.
I added some fresh greenery, a glass vase and clam shell (because coastal is the vibe here at our place).
I can not believe how much cleaner, fresher and just better it feels in here now…
Crisp white waffle towels soften the walls with texture too.
I traded out the hardware and repositioned it too.
As I said before this $320 budget included wall paint, towels, a light fixture, 2 mirrors, hooks, and cabinet hardware. And for all of that this bathroom looks brand new.
Sometimes these are my favorite projects, because what feels limited or restricted project wise can become the very best transformations!
Thanks so much for stopping by and visiting with me!