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My husband Nick and I recently relocated to Charleston, South Carolina from New York, and although we’re in a rental, I knew a few small updates would make a drastic improvement to our master bathroom. Another downside was the standard builder’s-grade mirror that was held up with plastic clips.
Although I liked the size, it did nothing for the space, so I came up with a plan to give it a fresh new look.
(You might want to mention it to your landlord, too, before you start.) This is exactly what Ellie Somerville Mc Nevin from Non-White Sofa did with the bathroom in her rental home.
Painting the walls, putting down new flooring and adding a little flair to the mirror made a huge difference, as you’ll see… The photo below shows how the bathroom looked when we moved in… The tiles were different colors that had been painted and had started chipping, and the walls were a dingy blue that desperately needed a fresh coat of paint.
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You’ll see how pink the rest of the bathroom was next week on my big Guest Bathroom Reveal post!!!
I knew that replacing the tub and tile was WAY out of our budget so I started looking around at other options.
I bought this wall moulding (already white so I didn’t have to paint! I decided to create a stand-alone frame and nail it to the wall above the mirror so it would essentially float over it.
It’s probably not the best long-term solution, but it was very quick and easy and great for renters because it will be easy to remove. I’ll get to the full reveal soon, but first let me show you what we did to the floors.
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