Updating Your Bathroom on a Budget: It’s EASY!
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Bathroom Mini Reno on a Very Small Budget: Make the impossible, possible!
We had one last item to add to this bathroom after a mini bathroom renovation and that was our 3 Light Modern Wall Sconce .
The before picture below is the day we purchased our home. It has really come so far on such a low budget!
Decor Through the Years: Styles can Change!
I would like to say that my decor tastes and styles have changed over the years. Some may believe I am scared of color because most of my home is now neutral but if you look closely, you will see color throughout my home! The photo below is what our bathroom looked like before the mini bathroom reno began. We had a very bright pink in the bathroom along with a black and white accent colors. Paris was the theme that my girls wanted!
We decided to have a very small budget when it came to this mini reno, since it was the upstairs bathroom and is rarely used!
Budget Reno Details: DIY’s
For this mini reno, we removed the popcorn ceiling along with patching, painting the ceiling. I painted the walls in Lazy Gray from Sherwin Williams. I also painted all the baseboards, window and door with Ibis White from Sherwin Williams. I had the trim paint on hand.
I stripped the varnish/black paint off the vanity cabinet and painted the inside and outside with my DIY Chalk Paint. I applied a product called Ardex to the existing countertop, which is similar to concrete countertops. I added three coats of a clear sealer on it as well! I did purchase new knobs and drawer pulls from Hobby Lobby when they were 50% so they were only $10! I re-used the existing shelf liner to the inside of the drawers and cabinet.
I purchased small plastics bins to help organizer the inside of the drawers and cabinet form Target. They were very budget friendly at $2 for a four pack!
My husband made a frame for the existing mirror and I stained it. The wood and stain were items that we had on hand from other various projects!
We also added new hardware throughout the bathroom! I added a shower curtain and rug from Wal-Mart. I also added several baskets/greenery from Hobby Lobby. Most all of the decor were items that we basically already had on hand. The amber glass dispensers were only $14 from Amazon. I added the labels with my Silhouette Machine!
I painted the little table with my diy chalk paint. It was an inherited item from my Mom-Maw. I did purchase a new lamp shade for $8 for the white lamp. I sewed the curtain and added the monogram. (I made the curtain years ago.) We hung a vintage window that we got for free off of Facebook Marketplace. The wood frames with greenery were a DIY with items we already had on hand. We found the hanging light fixture at a local thrift store for $6, several years back. I spray painted it black with spray paint that we already had on hand.
Budget Friendly Bathroom Light Fixture: 3 Light Modern Wall Sconce
Lighting is a huge part of any room transformation. A well-chosen vanity light becomes a focal point, setting the scene.
I knew I wanted to replace the existing vanity light because it did not flow with our mini reno. Here is where my friends over at LNC Home into play! I found the 3 Light Modern Wall Sconce and knew it would be perfect for our bathroom!! Plus it was the finishing touch to this mini bathroom reno!
3 Light Modern Wall Sconce: Farmhouse Style
This vanity light is made of metal with a silver painting finish. The simple lines and colors are full of retro style, creating a great atmosphere for you, which is ideal for your farmhouse style bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, doorways, barns and entryway.
One of the best things about this light fixture is that it is budget friendly at only $89.99!! We are so happy with how the 3 Light Modern Wall Sconce finished up our mini reno in our girls bathroom!! Please check out LNC Home! They have many decor items for your home at budget friendly prices; from rugs to light fixtures to furniture and cushions! I know you will enjoy browsing their store!
Total Cost: Budget Friendly
Clear Sealer for Countertop-$25
Citri Stripe-$0-Had on hand
Cabinet & Table Paint-$0- Had on hand
Lazy Gray SW Wall Paint-$45
Plastic Storage Drawer Bins-$6
New Fixtures/Hardware-$0-Collab with Pfister
Shower Curtain, Rug and towel-$50
Other Decor Items-$0-Had on hand
Hanging Light Fixture-$0-Had on hand
3 Light Sconce-$0-Collab with LNC
Hope you’ve enjoyed reading about our mini bathroom reno on a budget! We are making our home decor dreams come true, one at a time and of course on a small budget!!
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