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Thursday, May 30, 2019

Nautical Bathroom Makeover

Nautical home renovation bathroom makeover

My favorite home DIY project is the nautical bathroom renovation we did for under $500 in 3 weeks. You can view all the before and after photos in my slide video posted on my Instagram feed here>> 
The anchor light is from Michael's, the anchor door stop is from Sea Shell City in Fenwick Beach, and the Anchor shower curtain from Eternalart on Etsy. All the other renovation items were purchased at Lowes & Home Depot. 
Here is the list of the products we used to complete our project: 
Tile Paint: Bullseye 1243 Primer in white.
Tile & Trim paint: Olympic semigloss enamel paint in true white. 
Wall paint: Olympic semigloss paint in "searching blue". 
Glacier Bay Cabinet: 30 inch white wall mount cabinet that my husband cleverly installed in the wall. 
Project Source 30 inch vanity with top 572646.
American Standard toilet.
Home Depot vinyl floor & plywood subfloor, leveling agent, floor glue.
Mohen faucet, Hampton Bay lamp fixture style "Tavish" 261360.
Toilet flange repair parts. 
Nautical bathroom renovation
So far, the painted tile is holding up very well. Even in the shower! 

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