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There’s a nugget of wisdom when it comes to increasing your home value: bathroom and kitchen updates are a sure bet. Even if you aren’t worried about maintaining or increasing your home’s price, you have to admit that freshening up these hardworking rooms periodically makes them nicer for everyone who uses them. We’re veterans of more than one bathroom renovation. While those projects are definitely not the easiest we’ve tackled, we can honestly say the results were worth the hassle!
One thing I’ll say for remodeling a bathroom, it’s a good way to pick of some useful home improvement skills. Unlike remodeling a kitchen, most homes have a spare bath (or two) that you can use while the other one is under construction. Bathrooms tend to be on the small side as rooms go, which helps keep the cost of materials down. The small-scale aspect makes it a good place to try out painting or tiling techniques before you apply them in larger, more visible parts of the house. If you think a bathroom remodel is in your future, let these DIYed bathrooms spark your imagination. The best part of these DIYed bathrooms is seeing what they looked like before the renovation, so make sure you click through the links provided so you can view the full transformations.
12 Oaks gutted their bathroom, removing the dated fixtures and old pink tile to replace it with ship-lap paneling and vintage farmhouse details.
Updated on a tight budget, this refresh at 2 Little Superheroes made use of paint and woodwork to improve this bathrooms for less than $250.
Think this vanity is a new installation? Think again! Me and My DIY got creative with paint and wood panels during this redo.
This tiny half bath now packs a huge punch of style thanks to lighter walls, a gorgeous new vanity, and fantastic flooring selected and installed by the owners at View Along the Way.
The cement finish on the old vanity was one of the smart–and stylish–choices Design, Dining + Diapers made that kept this reno low cost.
320 Sycamore proves that you don’t have to enlarge the footprint of your bathroom to have a functional and organized space.
Our master bathroom has undergone several transformations, but I really love the way it looks now, thanks to a fresh new wall color.
“Vintage Industrial” was the style guide AKA Design used when giving this bathroom a new look. I love those floating shelves!
This tiled wall in our other bathroom nearly killed me off, but I am thrilled with the drama and style it added to the room. (Make sure you check out the before on this one!)
A planked ceiling and lots of repurposed salvage transformed this bathroom at Funky Junk Interiors.
If you are considering a bathroom renovation, rest assured, it’s a great investment. Whether you are getting ready to tackle a small or large project, bathroom upgrades are always a sure bet ;).
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What started as a hobby, Jessica’s blog now has millions of people visit yearly and while many of the projects and posts look and sound perfect, life hasn’t always been easy. Read Jessica’s story and how overcoming death, divorce and dementia was one of her biggest life lessons to date.