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New Bathroom Reveal!

So our bathroom renovation project is almost done! We have a few little things to do (some caulk, a new light fixture, fixing the sink so that it doesn't leak, and adding some artwork) but the major parts of the project are finished!

Remember, here's where we started:

Full Bath

And here's how it looks now!  (please ignore the stuff on the counter top- we're still working on a few things!)

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We added a shelving unit over the toilet to add storage.  The bathroom is TINY.  5 foot by 6 foot, plus the tub.  So we needed all the storage we could get, especially since our new vanity is 6 inches narrower than the old one (I knocked my elbow on the old vanity every time I sat on the toilet- it was too close for comfort).

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And our new medicine cabinet is large too- probably a little too large for the space actually but again, we needed the storage space!

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Love love love!  We're so happy with how this turned out!  Once we get our new light fixture in over the vanity and some art on the walls I'll do a final reveal but hopefully this will satisfy all of you who are wondering where we are with the project...


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