Before & After: This Petite Powder Room Gets Prettified on a Budget

published Jan 31, 2014
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(Image credit: Christina)

We’ll forgive Christina for her blurry “before” snap because we’re so excited to show off her results. Her little powder room is only 3 feet by 6 feet so it was a tricky room to work in, but just look at all that great potential.

(Image credit: Christina)

The narrow room looks so much bigger and brighter with the white walls, grey tile and new rustic-chic details.

Here’s how it all came together on a major budget:

We were able to do the whole remodel for around $500 because it was 100% DIY. The vanity was built from reclaimed fence posts, and we built a wall cubby with one of the wood scraps. The sink was made from a serving bowl, and for the faucet, we chose a kitchen model, because they are taller and cheaper than those made for vessel sinks. We couldn’t be happier with the results!

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Thank you Christina!