Half Bathroom Renovation - How to
We have a warehouse now and it is unreal that we started the Pick Me Up business. I got permission to update the bathroom in our warehouse, and I am glad I got to do this half bathroom renovation.
There was not a great before of our warehouse bathroom. So, this is what I did take a photo of . . . just metal roofing on the side and a pretty beat up vanity.
The reason I am renovating this is because we really wanted to make this look more homey for us and our workers (my sister and sister-in-law)
Gold Mirror (Mine was thrifted, this one from Hobby Lobby has the same vibe)
Rug options: (Mine is a few years old, but here is a few of my washable favorites)
Artwork (Again one I have had for a few years, but here is some options I love)
The Locker I also got at a thrift store for $100. I sprayed it black with my favorite Black Spray paint by Rustoleum.
Here is How I Renovated this Bathroom
First, I took out everything that I did not want and cleaned the bathroom up.
Then, I covered up the wall half way with bead board and used 1×4 pine boards at the top and for the baseboard.
I also put beadboard on the vanity and replaced the front plate with a 1×6 pine board.
Lastly, I painted all the beadboard, the vanity and walls with the color by Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige.
This was such a fun makeover.
Because I had the paint, rug and artwork, the total cost for me was $330.
Our Pick Me Up business helps generate income for us to use for our Charity Builds.
We have done a few of these and I hope to do many, many more in the future.