The remodel process took over a year because we couldn't decide what we wanted for a counter and vanity. The sales people at Home Depot and Lowe's were very patient with us and most of the time hid the rolling of their eyes when they saw The Husband and I coming in again to look around. Finally we made a decision and the process started.
Here is the original "single sink" and counter in the bathroom:
Once we made our decision, we loaded a flatbed cart and two shopping carts full of supplies!
All of it was carried into the house and
stored in the livingroom as we started the renovation
The Husband pulled out the old single set of lights and removed the huge mirror
Holes were cut for the new light fixtures
Electricity to the room was cut off during the project
so lamps were brought in from the hallway
The new lights were hung and wiring holes were patched
The beige walls were prepped for painting
The spiny ceiling was scrapped off and the new ceiling painted
I love this shower curtain. A local paint store matched the paint to the curtain.
Lightbulbs screwed in
Matching outlet covers put in place
Here is the new "double sink" counter
The two matching mirrors aren't hung here
but in the finished bathroom they are hung centered over the sinks.
The new vanity is a dark, rich wood like the mirrors.
And after the project was finished, the piles of supplies
and bathroom reading material could be put away!
The completion of a project..amazing!