After seven parts it is time to finally reveal what part of my bathroom looks like (the other part needs some minor things like baseboards before I take photos). I do have a couple at least one other tutorial that I plan on doing but I have to buy a couple baskets to make it look pretty.
So with all our trips to Home Depot what did our bathroom cost?
*This includes everything ACE trips, late night Wal-Mart run because Booga lost my tape measurer and this also does not include towels or a new shower curtain which have not been purchased)
Not to shabby if I do say so myself, I was able to keep it under a $1,000 which was my goal. A couple notes on keeping our costs down we did NOT replace our tub if we had our costs would have surpassed $1,000 easily. Next time around we will plan for the worse and build an actual budget.
If you missed the “journey” of our bathroom check out these posts:
- Part 1: The Beginning of Our DIY Bathroom
- Part 2: How It Started
- Part 3: They Did WHAT?!
- Part 4: The Floor (with a little tutorial)
- Part 5: A Little Tile (Tips and Tutorial)
- Part 6: The Little Things (Faux Oiled Rubbed Bronze Technique)
Nice job and you didn’t even spend $800? OUTSTANDING bathroom redo! Stunning 🙂
Craft On & dance like no one else is watching 🙂
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Thank you and we were quite pleased with the price also 🙂
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Love how the bathroom turned out.
Love the colors. We are planning on doing our bathroom here soon. I hope it doesn’t cost that much either. I will be happy to spend less than $700. I hope I can do it. I am hosting a link party and would love it if you would share this.