More Before and After Bathrooms

I always believe a little inspiration is called for when considering renovating your home! I have compiled and provided basic descriptions on the bathroom remodel projects below!

Goodbye, Granny! Hello, Style! – Before / After

This 1980s master bathroom might have been stylish in its day, but not today. Dated floral wallpaper, an ugly countertop, and sad tile made this bathroom cringe-worthy enough to earn the epithet “granny-like.”

A pair of framed mirrors replace the single large mirror, and a new vanity and countertop bring the bathroom up-to-date. In place of the busy wallpaper, a calming taupe paint color enlarges and warms up the space. Wood-look tile flooring imparts a spa-like quality to the room

goodbye granny beforegoodbye granny after


Not Pretty in Pink to Class and Elegance- Before / After

This large bathroom had a number of problems, the first being tired, impractical pink carpeting. The overpowering floral wallpaper and brass-framed shower added to the girly, less-than-glam effect.

A tumbled marble floor replaces the carpeting, and tile now covers the lower half of the walls. The tile’s glass mosaic border adds a stunning decorative accent. Bright, dated brass fixtures were painted oil-rubbed bronze in keeping with the new palette, and wood shelves hold nature-inspired knickknacks.

not pretty in pink before not pretty in pink after


Off Broadway to On the Mark – Before / After

These homeowners were never fans of their bathroom’s peeling vinyl tile floor or crumbling vanity, and the bulb lights above the vanity made the space more akin to a dilapidated theater dressing room than a family bath.

This peaceful makeover employs clean white tile and polished-nickel wall lights that illuminate newly painted walls. Providing a counterpoint to all the white is a dark brown vanity topped with Italian marble.

off broadway before off broadway after


Single Sink to Spreading Out – Before / After

While the original bathroom wasn’t horrible, the number-one priority for these homeowners was providing more space for a busy family. With just one sink and a single mirror, only one person could brush his teeth at a time

A new vanity with a double sink adds more utility while still allowing for ample countertop space. The new bathroom got a farmhouse-inspired upgrade with a set of arched mirrors set in distressed frames.

single sink before single sink after


Boring Beige to Salvaged and Chic – Before / After

This snooze-worthy bathroom was just adequate, not special. With dated flooring and yellowish walls, the large space offered the perfect blank canvas for a fun design

This awe-inspiring makeover packs in a ton of vintage charm. A license plate-adorned vanity is the focal point of the room, while a mirror framed in yardsticks is the perfect playmate for the shabby-chic ladder used as a towel rack.

boring beige boring beige after


Pepto Pink to Charming yet Fun – Before / After

While pink tile certainly has character, it isn’t for everyone. Rather than being a place of bliss, this shabby bathroom was enough to put anybody on edge

White subway tile provides a crisp update while retaining some of the space’s original charm. A white vanity blends in nicely, letting the artwork and decorative accents to do the talking.

pepto pink before pepto pink after


A Modest “Facelift” – Before / After

This dated bathroom had plenty of palm trees, but it lacked personality and pizzazz. A monochromatic beige color scheme added to the blah vibe.

A bold horizontal stripe paint job infuses the bathroom with modern style. The rest of the makeover relies on easy upgrades like painting the vanity and switching out the shower curtain

bland bathroom before bland bathroom after


Call me today to discuss your Renovation Loan Options at 916-235-3989 – I have been helping clients with mortgage loan needs since 1999 and I specialize in FHA 203K Renovation Loans in California! (Read More about Sheri here)

 

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