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Hi, I'm Elizabeth and I invite you to grab a glass of sweet tea and join me as I (along with my husband, John) renovate our love nest. We're both born and raised in the south and love to share with you some of our favorite recipes, stories and our life. We hope you'll come back often!

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Sick of the Master Bathroom

Well, we did it again. Another remodel. The victim was our master bath. I've never shown you our master bath because of how ugly it was. I was ashamed. It's been on our list since we bought the house, but for whatever reason, it took us 2 1/2 years to get to it. Here is my train of thought:

Venture back in time with me about 3 weeks. John is in Florida for work all week. I have the house to myself. See where I'm going? Well, I spent plenty of time in our bathroom; but not for the reason you're thinking. Of course I would get a stomach bug the week he's gone. You can envision me hurling my toenails for 4 straight days. It was horrible. But what made it worse, was having to do it in an ugly bathroom. After one particular session of beginning to think I was going to die and laying on our floor I thought to myself: life is waaay too short to have to puke in an ugly bathroom.

So moving forward about 6 days, feeling better with the help of some IV fluids and prescription meds, I start to get the renovation twinkle back in my eye.

So over the past week, John and I have worked our buns off to get this finished. I'll share the details later, but for right now, here's some before and afters. I hope you love it as much as we do!!

Before, realtor picture


Before- half ripped off wallpaper

Before-no storage

After


New Floors

Revamped vanity


We've added some art and shoe molding to the room since I took these pictures. I'll add those in and get to the details about what we did (and didn't do) in the next post :)

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