Small Bathroom Makeover Ideas with Bathroom Remodel Pictures to Inspire the DIY Home Decorator
I have a few before and after bathroom makeovers under my belt from one where I Make $8 Decorative Feet to update a Boring Vanity Cabinet to only spending $265 Budget on a full Bathroom Makeover in my previous house. The most recent Bathroom Makeover is where I transformed a piece of hand-me-down furniture into a sink vanity to save on costs. Today I have a small but pretty bathroom makeover to share with you.
Small Bathroom Decorating Ideas
Here was my inspiration to makeover the small bathroom that I use for guests.
Bathroom Makeover BEFORE
It was a little bit 1980’s…
…with a few 1970’s touches underneath?
Bathroom Makeover AFTER
Now it is blue and white with a few pink touches. :-) The biggest change came by adding this vanity. It is from The Mine and called Andover. It fit perfectly along the wall in the small bath.
How I Made Over A Small Bathroom
What I loved most about the vanity? It required no DIY skills to make it. I enjoy DIY’ing, but when something is so perfect and doesn’t require it, what a treat! Less for me to do.
It was delivered in a big crate. Luckily when it arrived, my youngest was visiting along with her boyfriend. His muscle and Ed’s made it possible to get it up the steps to the second floor of the house.
The vanity comes with a matching wood framed mirror, but it did not fit above the vanity since the ceiling is slanted. I gave it to my oldest daughter to use in her new house. I replaced it with this mirror framed mirror.
All we had to do for the vanity was slide it into the space with disc sliders and add a faucet.
I did do one small style change on it, though. It came with pewter style knobs that didn’t speak to me. I changed them out with glass knobs.
The next big change was the floor. We had planned to keep the original tile, but when we removed the old vanity we found no tile under it so we had to add a new floor. I used the same NuCore Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring that I used in my Studioffice, Hallway of Darkness, and Powder Room.
I receive many questions about this flooring. I LOVE it. It is easy to care and doesn’t wear. It has a texture to it that adds a rustic quality. It is very easy to install. It can go over sub-flooring or even existing flooring, so we didn’t have to demo the tile. We did have to buy a new white marble door threshold and then added new baseboards all around the room.
On the walls, I added horizontal planks on the bottom half. I used Fusion Mineral Paint in the color, Liberty Blue to stencil the pattern called Floral Fireworks from Royal Design Studio Stencils on the top half of the walls. It was the affordable answer to the expensive wallpaper I liked and showed you on my inspiration board.
See this post for all the details on how to paint a wall with an All-Over stencil design: Create Faux Wallpaper Using a Stencil and Paint
It is perfect and I have fellow blogger, Kim Power to thank. Soon after I found the wallpaper and was searching for an inexpensive alternative, Kim posted her office makeover. I knew I had found the look I was searching for.
The overall design camouflages the rough walls very well.
Click here to see how I stenciled the walls to look like wallpaper: Create Faux Wallpaper With a Stencil
I wanted to make the small room light and bright to give guests a pampered hotel spa experience and went with a white hotel shower curtain. I had the rings from my previous house. They look silver in the photo, but they are clear glass balls.
After the big changes were made, I had fun adding a few decorative accessories to the room…
…from Birch Lane.
As well as items I already had.
The room is complete except for the entry door hardware. I was hoping to get the shiny chrome door hardware I ordered in time for this post, but will add it to the door and door jam when it arrives.
This room is the first room you see when you head up the staircase to the second floor. Seeing it is a welcoming sight now.
To see the guest bedroom I made over for this challenge – click here: Color Lovers Guest Bedroom Makeover
My Decorating Resources and Links:
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Andover Vanity in White | Faucet | Venice 6-piece Blue/White Bath Towels | Madison Fingertip Hand Towel | Shower Curtain and Liner | Rug | Mirror | White Cordless Roman Shade |Peonies (similar) |Floral Fireworks Wall Stencil (Size Small) | Stencil Paint Fusion Mineral Paint – Color Liberty Blue | Light Fixture, I changed the shades
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