Let’s first take a look at where the bathroom stands right now. It’s a small space, but I hope you can get the idea.

We’ve got the whitewashed shiplap pine flooring down. Then you’ll notice the DIY faux shiplap walls. On the ceiling we decided to install some faux ceiling tiles we ordered from Home Depot.

Then we painted the whole space in Super White paint, by Benjamin Moore. It is white and bright and some may call it boring.

The plan is to actually take the top off (and use it for something else) and replace it with a discounted slab of marble. Then we will install our Joss and Main vessel sink on top of the vanity.

On one wall, my husband did some between-the-studs, built-in shelves which I can’t wait to accessorize.

I am really excited about how lovely it looks, but mostly how much space it freed up in our bathroom. The door that used to swing into the space made a whole corner of the bathroom unusable.

Gutting the bathroom was quite a process and took a long time.  It required knocking down a closet, a corner shower and a lot of work for my dear husband to move pipes to fit the new layout plan.

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