Remember back in February when we first shared our guest bathroom renovation plans?
I remember the excitement that Brett and I felt about this renovation and our plans to start and finish it all within the month.
And then… life happened.
Brett headed south to Uruguay and the one week work trip quickly turned into three and a half. He was back for three days before having to leave again; thankfully this time staying in the country.
And then… he surprised me this weekend and we FINALLY got to a point that warrants an update.
This bathroom is even more perfect than I thought and our first attempt at a concrete countertop turned out better than expected. We’ll be sharing an in depth tutorial on the countertop once it’s completely finished.
Since our first post, we’ve been busy. Are you surprised?? 🙂
We added shiplap to the wall behind the toilet. Like any true Fixer Upper fan, we just can’t get enough of the planked wall look and I am sure we’ll be adding more throughout the rest of the house.
My most favorite part of this renovation?
Paint, of course.
Thank you to our friends at Sherwin-Williams for providing the paint at a discount.
On the walls we went with Useful Gray. I wanted a lighter color to brighten the space against the dark tile.
For the amazing vanity Brett built from scratch, we went with Acacia Haze. It’s a beautiful green/gray color that I can’t wait to use on more furniture. Or maybe the walls in one of the guest bedrooms? 🙂
The Concrete Countertop
Can you see this counter? Isn’t it beautiful?!?
We want to concrete in our kitchen [someday] and this bathroom was our test run. There are a few things we’d definitely do differently, but overall this turned out perfect. We stained it by combining two Behr concrete stains to create the color Desert Oasis.
Yes, we’ve made leaps and bounds of progress, but that laundry list of todos still doesn’t seem to be shrinking…
– Install hardware to the vanity
– Install the sink
– Install the toilet
– Install tub faucet
– Tile the tub
– Clean the floor tile
– Find and install a door
– Decorate (!)
Our goal is to get this baby done by the end of May… Here’s to positive thinking and a little good luck!
All our best,