Updating a bathroom
I ended up using a trick that I used when I worked in display. Click for the full step by step tutorial- How I Transformed the Floor for I am thrilled with how it all turned out, but it is a good feeling to be done. It has been over 3 years since I made over and posted about this bathroom.Check out how I updated it with nothing more than new fabric, for the window valance, a shower curtain, and towels.
I haven’t been able to redecorate like I used to before my hubby was laid off from his job 2 years ago.I used Liquid Nails to attach all the boards so I didn’t need a nail gun, but a level is a must to make sure your boards are vertically as well as horizontally straight when you attach them to the wall.I spaced mine 12” apart which made it easy as I just placed a wood 12” ruler between the boards to get perfect spacing.Living in limbo and not knowing what tomorrow will bring is not an ideal way to live.We just take it one day at a time, knowing that moving is most likely going to happen sooner or later.
Click here for the step by step tutorial- How I Added Wood and Molding Around the Plain Mirrors The part of the makeover that took the most thought was installing the board and batten.