Here the flooring, wall paper removal and painting is completed. I took apart the vanity to sand in prep for painting and removing the faux marble contact paper.
I added a small shelf and moved the mirror up, the shelf did not wear as well as the cabinet.
Added decorative accessories
So here was the final result:
Ugly tile is hiding behind the curtains.
So to quote one of our all time favorite show's Fixer Upper Its DEMO DAY!!!
I bought this shirt as soon as they started selling them*! You can get yours here from Chip and Joanna's Magnolia Market here!
Ugly tile, ready to come down
Here is a close up of my favorite wheat pieces...(I am being sarcastic if you didn't catch that).
And this special tile the previous owners painted to match the existing tile...
Tile and drywall is all down. I know you don't need to remove drywall, but we wanted to make sure to get rid of a tiny known mold issue and install cement board for mold resistance. I am also trying to convince my husband to move pluming and 2x4's for other ideas that will make it look high-end