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This Metamorphosis is my hall bathroom that my children have used for 10 years. Unfortunately my old pictures of this bathroom are on non digital photos. So this is the overhaul we gave the bathroom. We had oak cabinets and sponge painted walls. The counter had been cultured marble that had lost its finish. We chose to use a six" ceramic tile for the counter tops with a tumbled marble decorative back splash. We carried this decorative item over to the shower. My husband and I did all the work ourselves which was very time consuming, a lot of fun and very rewarding.
Here you can sneak a peek at the sponge painted walls (below). We changed the shower fixtures and raised the shower head up 6" to accommodate my son who is 6 ft.. We did keep the existing tub as it is white and was in great shape.
We had a linoleum floor (does anyone else have them!) in that room which we changed out.
So here is the reveal of the beautiful work my husband did on the tiling. This is the border in the shower.
We chose oil rubbed bronzed fixtures in this room. The shower door is clear so you can see the beautiful tiles, shelf fixtures.
The cabinets also received a face lift. They were primed and painted with an off white paint and treated with a mocha glaze to give the old world look. We changed out the full width mirror with this beauty found at Marshall's for $24.99. I purchased two one for each sink. Yes there is a second vanity in this room
Here it is. The second vanity. We debated about excluding this sink all together and thought it would be better for resale to keep it.
The walls are Benjamin Moore Warm Cognac. Sounds so yummy and looks so warm and inviting.
Some decorative items I found. This was originally painted a green patina. I needed it to be oil rubbed bronze, sooo out came the espresso spray paint with a copper overlay.... oil rubbed bronze there you have it.
The linoleum went out and the 20" tile floor with another decorative feature carried from the shower and back splash to the floor.
My husband also decided to try his handy work with crown moulding. He did a fabulous job.
We also decided to keep the medicine cabinet for practical reasons.
My tip for today: Don't be afraid to use big tile even in a small room. It make the room appear more expansive and you have less grout lines. Also you can mix your tile elements ceramic and natural together. As long as the color tones go together.
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