Bathroom Re-do!

So weve been in our house for almost two years now...and weve re-done almost every room...every room, that is, except for our downstairs bathroom. To tell you the truth, it was just SO UGLY i didnt know where to start, so i left it alone. So there it sat for two years, frightening our guests and causing much embarassment for me! A few weeks ago as i walked by our hideous bathroom i decided then and there that i would finally DO something about it! So i did!...Well, Matt did help a little ;0) I tried to make the re-do as inexpensive as possible and i think we were able to pull it of for a very reasonable price! Hooray! :0) We basically ripped everything out (vanity, BROWN toilet and sink, gold sliding shower door..3 layers of ugly vinyl flooring and transformed it into something bright,happy and fabulous ;0) And it only took us about a week to do! :0) Here is the (im so embarrassed to even show you!) before picture of the bathroom!
...AFTER!...
SO there you have it...our new and improved bathroom! It is still tiny,but im so happy with how it looks now :0) The End.

DETAILS:
The paint color i used is called 'Surfer' and its by BEHR :0)
The shower curtain/trashcan/soap dispenser/rug are all  from Target! (LOVE that place! ;0)
The wood flooring is from Lowes. The brand is Swiftlock and the color is called 'Fireside Oak.' (Super easy to install!)
Let me know if you have any other ?'s! :0)

37 comments:

  1. WOW! What a difference! it looks amazing. I love the pedestal sink. I'm wanting to put one in our bathroom.

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  2. AWESOME!!!!! YOU da woman! (With a little help from da man!) It's great and I can see why you are so pleased - great job!!! Love it! Can't wait to come and see it in person!!! Love, Mom G. xoxo

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  3. Fabulous job! It looks amazing.

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  4. um, that's amazing. I see another better after spotlight in your future ;)

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  5. Wow Tenille! You are so freaking talented. Maybe you should go major in interior design.

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  6. I love the blue color you chose. We've just bought our first house and are looking for a blue color like that but haven't found one that we just loved yet. Can you tell me what the name of it is and who it is by?

    Jami

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  7. Gorgeous!!! Love that wall color with those floors.

    And, we're naming our baby (due July) Easton too! Great name ;)

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  8. Oh wow! It looks so good, you can hardly tell it is the same bathroom! Even more amazing is that you did it on a budget! Well done and very inspiring :)

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  9. Seriously well done! What a transformation.

    I recently redid my bathroom and it's footprint is the same as yours. I don't know about you, but it drives me insane that the first thing you see through the door, is the throne LOL

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  10. fantastic redo. love the colors!! I would love for you to link it up at our Sister Sunday Link Party.
    Amy
    www.SistersoftheWildWest.blogspot.com

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  11. oh my gosh, that before. holy moly. fantastic after, and love the wall moldings!

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  12. Love the colours! It's so bright and fun! Way better than the old :)

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  13. Beeeeauuutiful! I love the colors you chose!

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  14. Your bathroom looks fantastic1 Makes me want to run into our bathroom and rip up the linoleum :)

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  15. AAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!! I love it!!! You're my hero!!!!!

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  16. Who cares if it's tiny? It's BEE-U-TI-FULL!

    {linking over from Better After}

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  17. Very very nice. I'm a big fan of the colors you chose. It's a big and incredible difference.

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  18. Shower curtains, don't you just love them? The cheapest tub redo ever. I'm hiding a yellow or is it gold tub behind a really cute shower curtain in our vacation home. Much cheaper than a new tub. Your re do is amazing!
    Sue

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  19. looks great! we are about to tackle painting old oak trim, how did you do it?

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  20. Girl, that is AMAZING!!! Way to go for tackling ugly and turning it into something beautiful! :)

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  21. I love this bathroom so much, it has become my inspiration for our new home and the guest bathroom. Do you know what color your paint is and more importantly, where the shower curtain came from!? Please email me back if you have a moment lindzhamilton@gmail.com. I love the color scheme.

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  22. Love the shower curtain! I too would love to know where you got it. If you have the chance you can email me at jkmiller2002@yahoo.com

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  23. I love this!! Details please! Is that laminate on the floor? I told my husband I wanted to do the hard-wood look in our bathroom and he just can't catch the vision. I'm def showing this to him!

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  24. Nice job, your bathroom looks fantastic! Love to know where you got the shower curtain.

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  25. The shower curtain is from Target, it is in the RE collection. I saw it the other day for $14.99 at our Target. I just want to know the color you chose for the wall. It's stunning.

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  26. dang , that was one fugly bathroom.. good makeover! Lots of quality work in that.

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  27. wow! you sure got a lot of comments on this amazing renovation! I was one of the "scared" guests to use that bathroom and can't wait to come and visit again and enjoy it:) You guys never cease to amaze me.
    momb

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  28. Hi, friend! I'm admiring all your creative posts here so can you please share them with us at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop? Hope to see you there at the party :)

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  29. This is so cute! Thanks for linking up at Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop

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  30. what an astonishing difference! it looks like a totally different house!! well done to you and your hubs for accomplishing that! does that flooring lock together like traditional laminate or is that the other type with the adhesive strips? andie @ http://crayonfreckles.blogspot.com

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  31. Wow - I can't believe the difference! You did a great job.

    jess @
    http://tupelocreative.blogspot.com

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  32. Wow! It looks beautiful. It doesn't even look like the same room. I love the colors. They are so bright and fun. This might be a good idea in my kids bathroom.

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  33. How has the floor held up with water, moisture and or steam? Any curling or other issues? I'm trying to decide whether Laminate or Wood looking tile is best in our bathroom. Great job by the way it's a FANTASTIC transformation!!!

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