Master Bathroom

When we bought our new house, we knew that we would want to fully re do the master bathroom. However, we are prioritizing the kitchen and downstairs above it and so most likely won’t get to a bathroom makeover for at least 12 months. So, in the meantime, we wanted to do a mini-makeover to get the bathroom to a nice usable and more attractive place for the next year.

Initial master bath - charleston crafted

Here is our Phase 1 plan (Phase 2 being fully gut in 2017/2018!) We don’t want to sink to much cash into things that will be ripped out in a year so we kept that in mind when making this list:

  1. Scrape & paint ceiling
  2. Paint walls
  3. Paint existing vanity, add knobs
  4. Add shelving over the toilet
  5. Remove built in medicine cabinet
  6. Update light fixtures
  7. Add hooks, rods, and organization, replace toilet seat
  8. Update bathroom door
  9. Add rugs and accessories
  10. Update shelving in linen closet
  11. Add a closet organization system

Here is how it looked after the mini makeover:

Master Bathroom Mini Makeover After & Budget Breakdown - Charleston Crafted

Master Bathroom Mini Makeover After & Budget Breakdown - Charleston Crafted

Master Bathroom Mini Makeover After & Budget Breakdown - Charleston Crafted