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    Original bathroom.

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    After renovation.

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    It's a similar colour scheme to yours. We wanted to keep it pretty simple given its a renter. It cost about $4k to do. We did all the demolition, sourced all the materials from auction places and seconds dealers, and installed as many bits ourselves as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezanazz View Post
    I love your bathroom!!!
    I wouldnt dress the window-looks bice how it is.
    Can I ask what paint you used to do the tiles? We are looking st doing the same thing
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    It was a special enamel paint specifically for painting over what I think is called laminex. It was actually white but because it's enamel paint it went a bit off white. We had to prep the laminex, I think DF had to sand the walls. We were so excited that the fugly bathroom was going out we cracked some champagne when the old vanity was dismantled. This is DF celebrating.


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    We have matching vanity units!! The renno looks great - how good is it to have a decent bathroom - one that is actually worth cleaning!!
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    Yes we do lol! I really liked it when we got it. It was super cheap because it had a small defect at the back that you can't even see. Win!

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    That bathroom is in our investment so we don't really get to enjoy it unfortunately. The house we live in has pretty bland bathrooms that I'd love to re-do but DH won't spend the money.


 

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