Bathroom Renovation: Custom Vanity

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When we bought our house a couple years ago, we knew the downstairs bathroom needed some work. We just didn’t realize how much work it was going to take. Remember Becky’s post about taking a bathroom from drab to fab? Yeah, none of those would have helped this space! Here’s where we started.  And a list of visible offenses that came with it: •ugly white shower board covered every wall •the dryer vent ran through the window, which was covered with a board blocking all light •the door was a ripped accordion sliding door, providing very little privacy •what little privacy there was left was taken care of by opening the closet doors in the family room, giving a straight shot look into the bathroom as well as holes in the back wall that could be looked at through the storage room •this vanity did not sit flush with the wall, and therefore the drain was not secure It is a [Read More…]

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Organizing the Shower

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This is post 1 of a 5 post series sponsored by Command™ Brand. Our downstairs bathroom is a problem area. I try to spend as little time down there are possible. Not only because it has the washer and dryer in it, but it also has a teeny tiny shower. It has become the kids bathroom (scary!), but it is also the one our overnight guests use (so it does get an occasional cleaning). Pin It

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