When Remodeling a Bathroom, Remember the Details

When Remodeling a Bathroom, Remember the Details


The rest of the installation went well, though grouting and sealing marble tile is a meticulous process that Fernando and I had to learn on the fly. Several trips to Bed, Bath and Beyond for towels and accessories and my bathroom…er, powder room is now complete. And that gorgeous vanity, sink and marble top found a new home at my cousin’s house in Brooklyn.

Bathroom remodel - finalA close-up of the finished bathroom!

The total bill for my powder room renovation: $4,500—not including the $1,400 vanity, marble top, and sink.

Christal Roberts is a BlogHer contributing editor. You can follow her on Twitter @ChristalRoberts.

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