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  • Writer's pictureJonisha Holmes

Transforming a Neglected Bathroom: The Flip House Renovation in New Orleans

Updated: May 28



Hey there, fellow DIY enthusiasts and home decor lovers! Today, I'm thrilled to share with you the incredible journey of renovating the bathroom in our flip house located right in the heart of New Orleans.




Bathroom Remodel

Let's set the scene. Picture this: a bathroom that was once the epitome of neglect, with outdated fixtures and a single vanity barely hanging on by a thread. Yes, it was as bad as it sounds. But fear not, because we were determined to turn this space into something truly spectacular.





The star of the show A magnificent double vanity from Floor & Decor. This beauty instantly caught our eye with its sleek design and ample storage space. Paired with arched mirrors from Target, it brought a touch of elegance and sophistication to the room, elevating the entire aesthetic.

But we didn't stop there. Oh no, we were just getting started. We ripped out the old flooring and replaced it with a stunning white and gray large format tile, also courtesy of Floor & Decor. The transformation was nothing short of miraculous. The new flooring not only brightened up the space but also added a sense of modernity and style that was sorely lacking before.


Vanity and Tile
Floor Tile

Now, I won't lie to you. This renovation wasn't without its challenges. We encountered a few bumps along the way, from unexpected plumbing issues to the inevitable hiccups that come with any project. But with perseverance and a whole lot of elbow grease, we powered through, determined to see our vision come to life. The beautiful fluted tile we choose for the shower surround turned out to be more stunning than I could ever imagine.

Fluted Wall Tile


And let me tell you, seeing the final result was nothing short of breathtaking. Gone were the days of a neglected, outdated bathroom. In its place stood a sanctuary of relaxation and luxury, a true testament to what can be achieved with a little creativity and a lot of hard work.

So here's to transformation, my friends. Here's to turning the old into the new, the neglected into the beloved. And most importantly, here's to never settling for anything less than extraordinary.


Until next time baby,

Jonisha

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