UA-59651954-28 Crafty Allie: Final Bathroom Makeover Reveal

Monday, July 14, 2014

Final Bathroom Makeover Reveal

Hello and Happy Monday! How was your weekend? Mine, was fabulous!
I celebrated my thirty, well thirty something birthday.
I'll just let you guess how old, I mean young I am.

Anyway I am finally ready to reveal my new Beautiful Bathroom!

It took a while but slowly and surely it has come together quite well!

Remember what it looked like before?

I loved this bathroom back 12 years ago, lol. 
But now...blah.

So I removed the wall paper and then
painted it Toffee Cream color.
      Thank you HomeRight for my 
    handy painting tools!

I also spray painted my toilet paper 
holder, towel holder and shower curtain rod!

I made some signs for my bathroom.

I bought a new curtain and new shower rings.

I got a new hand towel holder. Got that at my local antique mall!
And I got a new hand towel!

Got some new decor for the counter.

I made this cute Mason jar liquid soap dispenser all myself!

I got a new waste basket!

Got this new towel and robe hooks at my favorite antique mall too!

Bought this cute basket for toilet paper.

And I got a new floor rug.

So how much do you think 
I spent on this makeover?

Lets add it up...

 1 gallon of paint= $26
2 cans of spray paint= $14
2 mirror frame boards=  $20
(stain already on hand = free)
2 Canvases = $1
Shower Curtain = $14.99
Curtain rings= $4.95
Hand Towel Rack= $5.95
Hand Towel: $5.99
Robe Hooks: $5.49
Toilet Basket= $1
Porcelain Star Fish= $3.95
Hand Bar Soap Holder= .25
Mason Jar soap holder= free
Waste Basket= $4.00
Rug= $3.99

Grand Total:

Almost under $100
Now I didn't add in the tax, but I will say a lot of those items I bought at garage sales and thrift stores so some of them were tax free!

Which is how I got some of those items for so cheap. Most of thrift store and garage sale finds were brand new too! I sniff out those bargains.

And thats how you redo a bathroom for $100!

Thanks so much for tuning in!
Until next time...


  1. Looks great! I am redoing our bathroom as well, but we had to completely gut ours. We will hopefully finish next week and I can't wait!

    1. Thanks Amanda! I hope you post your pictures of the bathroom. I'd love to see it!

  2. You did a fabulous job redoing your bathroom Allie and it looks great!'

  3. Hi Allie - I love all of the special touches and especially with that budget you should be so proud! It looks AMAZING! Hugs, Holly

  4. Awesome makeover, Allie! I love that it was done on a budget, because that's how I redecorate too! I'm making a similar sign for the kids bath just because some young people need constant reminders. :)

    1. Haha, I know right. Who knows if my kids even read it though, lol. Thanks so much Dee!

  5. Very cute! Nice job! I just finished redoing our guest bathroom. :)

    1. I'll have to hop on over and take a looksie. Well that is if you posted on it :)

  6. Well not only Happy Birthday is in order but your bathroom redo is beautiful. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick

  7. I've loved seeing each step. It's so great to see the finished product. Great job. Thank you for linking at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you again next week.

  8. Great job! I just need to clean my bathroom! Thanks for linking up last week to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned it to the Bloggers Brags PInterest Board.

  9. Love this! I love the colors. Pinned. We really appreciate you taking the time to be a part of our party. Please join us tonight at 7 pm. It is a pleasure to have you!
    Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls

  10. Well it just looks beautiful, well done xx

  11. Your bathroom turned out well! And how the makeover only cost you a hundred dollar is quite amazing! Even your color preferences are great! Who would have thought that teal color can be a good pair to toffee cream? Thanks for sharing!

    Hope Underwood @ Level and Square Construction

  12. How well is it holding up after a year or so? We're upgrading/repairing our bathroom and I'm a little iffy about doing the faucets this way. (He wants an oil rubbed bronze faucet he saw in Lowes but the price is What do you use to clean it? I imagine a non-abrasive?

  13. Just kidding, but wow, you really know how to fix up a bathroom. Most people couldn't have done this in a million years. I am so impressed! The pictures loaded a lot slower than the text did, so when I read that you spray painted the faucet, I was wondering if this was going to be a horrible thing. Nope! Everything you painted looks gret, you did a wonderful job! Plus you did so much for so little. Definitely impressed, and inspired! Thanks!

    Essie Reed @ Valley Home Improvement

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