Monday, April 11, 2011

Guest Bath Reveal

Well here's my long planned guest bath reveal. I'm still not totally done but you'll see the huge difference. Now remember, I live in a mobile home, and there was work to do. We knew we could make it look sooooo much better so we went for it. The bathrooms were just horrible, plastic sinks, vinyl coated walls, outdated linoleum and laminate peeling cabinets. I'll show you some before pics so you can get the full effect, have a pail ready you just might upchuck. This is pretty embarrassing but what the heck, here goes......

Notice the lovely peeling stuff on the cabinet.

Don't miss the awesome (not) light fixture

Oh and this wall features one of a kind art, hmmmmm

. Wow, I still can't believe I lived with this for any length of time at all. But it all went byebye and now it's just a bad dream. We torn out the old sink and cabinet and laid wood flooring over the linoleum. Did away with that ridiculous floor register that was RIGHT in FRONT of the sink, I still don't get that one. Next we put up beadboard with chair railing and crown molding. The walls were primed with kiltz over the vinyl wallpaper then painted with Valspar Stillness Blue. We also refaced the long cabinet with beadboard and trimmed it out. The finishing touch was a beautiful chandy. Here's the after pics.

Ahh, I can breathe now. I just need to spray the door knob with ORB

I love the light and we also framed out the mirror. The tall cabinet including doors were refaced in beadboard

I love the wood floor, don't let anyone tell you that you can't put wood in the bathroom.  

I love this sink so much better than the old one. No comparison.

These cute little shelves were a gift from my youngest daughter a couple of years ago. The ladies look so cute on them.
This wall needed something but the bathroom is small and I didn't want it to look cluttered so this seemed like a great solution. It's flat against the wall and the saying fits the bathroom, ya' know water and all.


                                          
                             So whatcha think? Better? Way better?

Linking to the following parties:

Debbie Doos Newbie Party
Brambleberry Cottage   
Best of 2011 Home Stories A to Z                     



77 comments:

  1. Wow! Looks great! Love the wood floors. Diana from the Closet Crafter http://closetcrafterohio.blogspot.com/

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  2. My Oh My!!! You would never know it is the same place.
    Great transformation!! Love all of your choices. SOooo Much Better.
    You should submit this one to Better/After.

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  3. It looks so beautiful. The pedestal sink and the tall white cabinet really make it! I love the floor too. So, when can you come do mine?

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  4. This looks FANTASTIC!!!! I absolutely love everything. Way to go girl. This is mobile home NO MORE!

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  5. Love it mom, you r so talented!! And to Rebecca "get in line"(behind me of course)! JK I'm gonna try to come with mom to help u later this month.

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  6. It looks fantastic...I love the beadboard and the wood floor in there....great transformation! Picket

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  7. That looks so good. It has the same feel as my bathroom. Great minds think alike. lol Thanks for the comment over at Remodelaholic.
    Ronda

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  9. Your bathroom is beautiful. What a transformation ... wow! You did a wonderful job in picking lovely elements to pull this room together. Well done! *Becca*

    www.adventuresindecorating1.blogspot.com

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  10. Your bath looks wonderful, love the beadboard and wood floors. We are considering a move and may have to buy a mobile home - so you have given me hope. Thanks

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  11. This is amazing I don't know where to start with the I loves lets see, the color, the sink, the floor, the table, the bathing ladies, the victorian oil bronze faucet.....just beautiful!
    Sherry

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  12. No Way! I'm getting ready to reveal our guest bath too and we just added bead board! Don't you love it! Yours is gorgeous. I love your blog and I'm so glad to have found it. I'm your newest follower. Stop by for a visit sometime!
    xoxo,
    Kim

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  13. what a fabulous transformation! i'm so glad you became a follower of my blog, cuz i got to see this amazing br makeover! i saw the sneak peek a few weeks ago and now the whole thing has really come together!great job! thanks for following me!

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  14. What an incredible job!! That is definitely a transformation. I love it all! Love the white so much. Beautiful!! Thanks for stopping by!

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  15. Teresa, you have "magazined" your bath beautifully! It's quite impressive!

    Thanks for linking this loveliness to my party. I would enjoy having you link up each week. Anything family friendly goes. ;)

    By the way, I just joined you as a follower. Be sure to come by next Thursday, to see yourself featured.

    Liz @ the Bramblebery Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  16. Oh, Teresa - What a wonderful, wonderful job!!! In my younger years I used to buy old homes and renovate them!!! I love it and one day soon, I hope to do it again!!! Isn't it a great feeling to look at the old pictures and live with the new look!! Wayyyy better!!!! Kris

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  17. What a change! It looks SO much better. I'm loving the wainscoting and that beautiful light blue!

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  18. You did a fantastic job! Love the hardwood floor, beadboard and the chandy.

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  19. oh, you did a gorgeous job!!! love it!!!

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  20. I'm here visiting from the DIY Showoff party... and I just wanted to let you know I think your bathroom is awesome now! (Not that it matters what I think.) :) Really, you've done a splendid job in transforming that {awful} bathroom to a beautiful room.

    I just have one question - what did you do with that charming soap dish in your 'before' pictures? It. is. adorable. ~Rachel

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  21. A great transformation, I lived in a mobile home back in the 70's so I know where you are coming from. I found your blog from Show and Tell and I'm now a follower and added you to my blog list hope you do the same and stop by when you have the time!

    Rondell

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  22. Great re-do! I love it. I am now a follower. 8>)

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  23. Thanks everyone for the kind comments, it's a great encouragement and sincerely appreciated! I also love visiting your blogs, such fun!

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  24. Sch a pretty new bathroom! Love the details!

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  25. Your bathroom looks incredible! Love the beadboard and the wood floors! You really did a wonderful job. Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting on my bathroom redo!

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  26. Wow! What an amazing transformation! It looks wonderful. I love the wood floors and the beadboard.

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  27. That looks really, really nice. I love everything you did. I love the sink and the light. Very pretty. Don't worry about the before pictures, I've seen a lot worse than that.

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  28. that is ABSOLUTELY one of the most dramatic makeovers i've ever ever EVER seen! looks amazing!

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  29. Wow wow WOW!!! Picking-my-jaw-up-off-the-floor-in-Nova-Scotia...this is utterly SPECTACULAR!!! You must smile every time you walk into your "new" bathroom!!

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  30. WOW!! Now that is AMAZING! It looks like a custom bathroom! No one would ever think it looked like those before pics!! Fabulous!!
    I'm here from Debbie's party, and I'm also your newest follower!!
    xxDaniella

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  31. This is wonderful! So glad you joined my newbie party. I love that sink, and have always wanted one.

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  32. Girlfriend, you did a fantastic job! Love it!! :) ~Crystal

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  33. Like your wall saying. Nice job. Looks great. Thanks for following and I followed back.

    Laurie

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  34. oh wow. A hundred gajillion times better! Love that saying on the wall..it makes me want summer at the lake right now :)

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  35. Great transformation!! I love the beadboard.

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  36. I know what you mean by a small bathroom, there is barely room to turn around in mine. I think you are right on with your ideas.
    I love your header, new to blogging and I love checking out all the southern bloggers.
    Kathy

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  37. It looks great! We also live in a mobile home and have that lovely brown peeling stuff going on. I love how you used the beadboard. We also have the brown trim at the top and have painted those white as well... in our bedroom and master so far.

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