Good morning friends, from redheadcandecorate.com. When I left you here “At the Picket Fence” last month I thought for sure the next time we would meet that we all would be getting some vitamin D outdoors planting some flowers and just really getting into Spring mode. Well…I was way off track if you happen to live in the Midwest. We still have snow on the ground and this is the longest Winter I’ve ever experienced. The only great thing about it is that we have been working on the inside of our house and getting a lot done. Specifically, our master bathroom. If you follow along you may know that we have been working on our master bathroom renovation for months now. I am happy to say it is finished, and that leads me to today’s topic…bathrooms.
Today, I will be sharing our bathroom renovation journey with you through the last couple months, and I’ve also contacted many more bathroom DIY-ers through blog land and I am going to share their bathroom makeovers, too. Now, I know we all love to see pretty pictures on the blogs, and I promise you that I will be sharing those, but first I want you to see the “before” photo. I truly believe the before photos are so fun to look at first, and then you get a real wow factor after you click over to see the “after”.
So, I’m going to start with our bathroom before, and then I’ll progress to the remaining 9 bathrooms. Please keep in mind that our master bathroom makeover is in the middle of the reveals, so I have only shared up to the tile install. There are many more reveals with-in our bathroom series, so I hope you will subscribe so you don’t miss all of the fun. I can honestly say that this bathroom renovation is our best DIY work yet. I think it even tops our kitchen which has always been my favorite to this point.
Please remember to click the link above the photo to travel to the afters…
I hope you enjoyed this amazing collection of bathroom makeovers as much as I did locating them. I also hope you can join me as we continue our bathroom renovation on my blog redheadcandecorate.com. Another fun way to follow along is to join my very friendly private DIY Home Decorating & Cooking Facebook group here —->