The final reveal! FINALLY. 
We’ve come along way from peachy walls and a dungeon like shower. Let’s take a walk down memory lane shall we? 
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 It was a struggle to see the natural beauty of that forest green stone countertop, because the visual weight of the dark colors was competing. 
I decided to go with a crisp white to allow some negative space, and for the countertops to really shine. You can read all about our decision making process here. ​​


In order to make the mirror and lighting situation look more composed and complete, I framed out the mirror and refinished the light fixture 
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We also installed some simple numbered towel hooks that ended up being worth their weight in gold. 
The meat of the project of course, was re-tiling the shower and refinishing the old built-in. You can read all about those projects here:Shower. Built-in.

These are really the crowning glories in my opinion. The modern look of subway tile. The classic feel of black trim. Come-on! 
 Isn’t that just crazy insane?! I’ve probably looked at these before and afters for a good half hour, just taking it all in. 
Here’s the budget breakdown: 
Tiling the Shower: $300 Decor: $400Mirror DIY $20 Light DIY: $20 Paint: $60GRAND TOTAL: $800