Yes, it’s finally done!
Other than Maggie’s bedroom, there was only one room left in the house that hadn’t been repainted since we first built in 2003, which was the main bath. Over the past 11 years I’ve switched up some accessories, but nothing major, and I was ready for a change!
I saved up my freelance money for the entire year to be ready to foot the bill(s) for a bathroom renovation…and here’s how it went:
- sage green colour (I believe the actual name was “Raintree Green”)
- single, basic vanity and light
- builder’s grade trim and fixtures
- “Grey Tabby” paint colour
- double vanity from Anden Kitchen and Bath (the girls are still young but we’re thinking ahead to having two teenagers getting ready at the same time), white shaker style with quartz countertop and rectangular sinks
- all chrome fixtures (faucets, lights, even the vent cover)
- new chandelier for ceiling (all lighting from Canadian Tire)
- double mirrors: we actually had our original rectangular mirror cut into two ovals at the local glass shop for a labour cost of $30! Purchasing the chrome holders definitely brought the cost up though.
- sheet vinyl floor, dark grey offset rectangular pattern
- new crown moulding
- additional trim around window and door frame
- higher baseboard trim
- new artwork (really high-end: my husband bought it for me last Christmas at a cost of $20 – doesn’t it tie everything together so nicely?)
- new shower curtain from Target