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Welcome to week 2 of our guest bathroom makeover!
Hey y’all, I can’t believe it’s already been a week since we announced we were doing our guest bathroom makeover for the One Room Challenge. Of course it was a last minute decision and there have already been a couple moments of panic. But we’re back on track haha! We have definitely made some great progress that we’ll walk you through below.
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Again, here is the before photo of what we were working with. On my way home from work I was talking with mom and that was really when the panic sunk in. We decided so quickly to do the guest bathroom for the One Room Challenge that we didn’t really plan out the logistics. Like at all! And if you know know me, you’ll know that I am a planner.
So I started thinking about everything that really needed to get done asap. The first thing in order was demoing the tile. I had done a little of this in our last house, but that was with my uncle’s help and it wasn’t as much tile.
I woke up on Saturday morning, walked to our local Ace Hardware to get the supplies I needed, and I got to work. Since we’re on a deadline, I wanted to knock out the demo during the weekend.
Here are the tools I got:
The tools I used the most for the bathroom makeover demo were the following:
- Utility Knife
- Protective Eyewear
I thought I would wear the mask, but it was making the eyewear fog up and was also so hot haha.
To make things a little easier in the bathroom makeover, I scored the grout with the utility knife before I started to use the chisel. It honestly helped so much! Although it was still a hard job getting all of that tile off the wall. Especially since it was glued directly onto the drywall.
I have to say that demoing the guest bathroom was a lot of fun to do and kind of therapeutic. Don’t get my wrong, I was so sore afterwards, but I really enjoyed it. Especially the feeling of accomplishing something this big on my own. Now of course we’re debating if we should just go ahead and do the floor while we are at it. If we decide to do so, then I know what I’ll be doing this weekend. Can’t wait to see the end result of our guest bathroom makeover.
So, here’s our To-Do List (so far):
- Paint the walls
Demo/remove existing tile Shop for new tile
- Add new tile for bathtub area
- Re-grout floor tile with dark grout
- New light fixture
- Paint vanity
- New vanity top
- New vanity hardware for doors and drawers
- Paint accent wall
- Sink faucet
- Tub faucet
- Towel Hooks
- TP Holder
- Hand towel ring