It’s been an insane week. Work, babies, attempting to clean, sleeping, therapy, etc. But I’m determined to keep up with my one post a day, so you’re gonna get gypped today. My apologies to any gypsies that may been reading this post. I guess maybe I should say “screwed” instead, but I think “gypped” has worked it’s way into the lexicon, so I think it’s ok.
I found these photos after I had already written about our guest bathroom remodel in our old condo. I wanted to post them, but wasn’t sure if I should update the old post, or just re-do it, or what. So, we’re going to use today’s Before & After to update that one with the new photos, since my lazy ass didn’t get the post done that I had planned.
Here are two more “before” shots that I couldn’t find when I was writing the first post. Notice the ugly medicine cabinet I referenced in the last post. And say hello to my pre-two-pregnancy-body…”Hello waistline and non-jiggly arms!”
And check out that floor. We were unable to afford to re-do the floor, but I think it’s got some charm. In a hideous, mid-century kind of way.
And here’s the light fixture that had to be replaced to make the room look more “sellable.” We kept this light fixture, because we thought it was awesome, but we realized that not all buyers would agree.
In these next two, you can see the awesome bronze switch plate covers we had up. I loved them, so we took them with us when we moved. We replaced them with white covers when we got ready to sell the place. Speaking of which, I need to find those.
These photos were taken when we had completed most of the work on the bathroom, but before we had finished everything. These still show the old sink and faucet and the old cabinet hardware.
And, to refresh your memory, here is the final “after” photo:
Check out the rest of the before and after photos and the details of the makeover at the previous post: Before and After – Flashback – Our First Room Remodel