Here it is, all the details of How to How to Design a Modern Master Bathroom Refresh! This DIY was a two step process. The photos below show 2020 vs 2018 vs 2016 (which really could also say 1989.) While this bathroom really needs an entire remodel, I broke down some major changes and spent less than $1K, because done is better than perfect. When purchased in 2016 the house needed.some.work! Naturally the master bath ended up being the last on the to do list both times.
Initial Modern Master Bathroom Refresh in 2018
In 2018 to start our Modern Master Bathroom Refresh, we started by removing the 1980’s mirror, light fixture and I installed my first shower door all by myself. As well as painted the vanity with leftover paint from the kitchen. The previous owners attempted to refinish the bathroom vanity, it was originally oak.
Initial Cost Breakdown
Second Bathroom Refresh in 2020
Then of course, 2020 hit, my style evolved and I was ready to take the bathroom to the next level without doing an entire remodel. While I was content with most of the changes we made in 2018, but was ready to really make things more modern. I still wanted to Design a Modern Master Bathroom Refresh! I spray painted the light fixture and the shelf hardware matte black. Finally installed towel hooks and a toilet paper holder and said sayonara to the faucets. Ditched the medicine cabinet for a DIY built in and of course, everyone’s fav, added SUPER dramatic Floor Pops by @wallpops.
Second Cost Breakdown
Here is the breakdown:
Painted light fixture $0
Painted shelf hardware $0
DIY Medicine cabinet built in $10
Towel hooks $20
Hand towel rack $44
Trash can $30
Floor pops $85
Total cost of 2nd refresh $273
Grand total of $918
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