Upstairs bath reveal (finally!)

12:01:00 AM

You can see in this bath update post that I became this crazy person being happy just peeing around prettiness. Guess what? I'm even crazier now! I smile not only while peeing, but while washing my hands and face, brushing my teeth, and even while looking in the mirror!

Yep, I've gone mad! Our upstairs bath is now completely (kinda) done!

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Even though it's not your perfect bathroom (eeky old tiles and toilet still intact), I love it just the same! Considering our itsy bitsy budget (even tinier than the size of this bath!), I'm really thrilled with how it turned out.

Another "before" shot in all its gross glory...
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and here are all the "afters".

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I moved those easy cheap art beside the mirror since I decided to put my daisy painting above the toilet.

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I know I want to have an overly feminine bathroom, hence the walls, but I also want a pop of other color to add to the mix. So why yellow? To make the old yellow toilet look intentional, or at least not so much of an eyesore.

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I bought a corner caddy to have some needed storage.

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Those are old hooks spray painted white and black.

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For the chipped tiles, I just decided to paint it the color of the existing tiles (which is yellowish white due to the fact that it is 1,024,293 years old!) so it will just blend in...

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and of course, adding those art helped big time!

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So what's the deal with the "kinda" done? Still no working shower here! It's in the works, but I can't help it, I needed to show you this space asap! The first (almost) completely done space of our whole chaotic home makeover. One down, (I don't even wanna think about it number) to go!

COST:
Paint - P250 (around $6)
Curtain / hook / painting - free
Border - $6 with lots of extras for other projects!
Framed pop art - P132 (around $3)
Sink - P1200 from Wilcon (around $28)
Corner caddy - around P250 (around $6)
Accessories - P300 (around $7)
Shower curtain - P270 (around $6)
Mirror - P500 (around $11)

Grand Total: P3160 or around $73

P.S. if you are so observant and noticed that bare switch, please ignore as I have something plan for that.


33 comments

  1. ooooh what a difference! love the decore and the pop of yellow so unexpected! great job!

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  2. What a difference! I like that you painted the space for the missing tiles - much less distracting and with your artwork, you don't really notice! A much happier place to pee, I'm sure :-)

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  3. The pink and yellow are such a bold color choice!! I really love how brave you are :0)

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  4. Great transformation! I found your blog on the Remodelaholic link-up. I am your newest follower and know that I am going to love your blog!!

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  5. amazing what a bit of yellow will do.

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  6. Wow! This transformation is amazing! I love all the bright, happy color you added to the space. And your storage is pretty awesome, too! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity!

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  7. Wow...I am so impressed!!!! You did good!!!!! I linked up to you from another blog but I am a follower now.....Keep posting those awesome pictures! Maganda Darling!

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  8. I love these color combinations. Just the right mix of everything. Can't believe it's the same bathroom. Nice job!

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  9. I love the yellow mirror! The black accents are just perfect! :)

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  10. Aww thanks everyone! This is now my current favorite space in the house. Hopefully not for too long as we finish everything else! :D

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  11. Hi there~ it is looking amazing! You have done an incredible job- love the pink and all the black and white accents! Thanks for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday! :)

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  12. Wow, you are working miracles here lady! Looks great and I know you can't wait to get that shower operational. You go girl!

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  13. Lovely job here! I love the pink and yellow! Great makeover on a budget!

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  14. Love, love, love everything you did in your bathroom! The colors are awesome and the painted tile is a clever, cheap fix. Can't wait to see more projects! Kim :o)

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  15. Wow, that is a dramatic transformation. Great job, and for under $75!

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  16. Love the yellow! I need some bathroom inspiration! come on over and link up to MMM :)

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  17. Great job - what an inspiration for getting redos done on a budget!
    Loving your new space. :)

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  18. I love the pop of that yellow mirror!!

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  19. I love this! Not only super budget-friendly, but also so awesomely stylish! I love the pink and black with the unexpected yellow...it really makes a statement but looks perfect and doesn't clash. I also love the vintage-y look of the chipped tile; it really give the room character! ;-)

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  20. What ane awesome looking thrifdty makeover!!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  21. What a beautiful job. It looks great.

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  22. hi... i just found your blog and really love your effort...
    will support you from Malaysia

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  23. you simply just painted it and added other stuff, now it looked so pretty!
    what a difference!

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  24. you did a really great job given the 3k budget! i love reading your blog. where did you get the corner caddie? :)

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  25. Thanks! :) Caddy from SM dept store.

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  26. hi where did u buy the curtain? thanks

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  27. very nice job. im super inspired to improve my bathroom na din.

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  28. adding you to my bloglist now. grabe napabilib tlg ako. from yucky to fab tlg to.

    bago mong work-stalker,

    Apple
    adventuresofapple.blogspot.com

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