Bathroom Renovation | Final Look

Bathroom renovation was a full year long project. We can definitely say that we made it in under a year and got the house reappraised and all of our hard work 100% paid off. We worked our fannies off making sure we made the bathroom what we wanted for the time we will live in the house, and make sure it was obvious that we made some great decisions for whomever the future owners of our home will be. It was trying at times, rewarding at times, exhausting at times, much laughter, tears, and smiles were also apart of it.  We made sure to high five, love on the pups, take breaks to play, go on walks, and finish out strong, and if I must say so myself we finished strong.  I would say that we are 100% please with our final product and kind of want to move upstairs to make this our primary bathroom. It makes you feel like we are in a spa, and we are having to hold ourselves back from gutting our downstairs bathroom as well.  So without further ado here is the final rundown of the entire bathroom project.

Previous Bathroom Reno post for you to start at the beginning if you need a refresher: 

 The Beginning, The Planning and Demo, Decision MakingBuilding a Wall, Building a Pocket Door, Air and Electrical, Plumbing and Shower FixturesPlumbing Shower and Toilet Flooring, TilingDrywallFloor TileTile Finishing,  Trim Work, and Finishing Touches

Here is the Reveal

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Lastly, instead of a big money breakdown I thought why not some fun statistics about our last year renovating our upstairs bathroom!

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Taylor Lewis Guthrie Hartman - November 21, 2014 - 9:32 pm

so pretty! yay rach and dan!

Dan Gilfrich - November 21, 2014 - 9:14 pm

And I wouldn’t want to do it with anyone but you.

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