ORC FALL 2017 The Guest Bath

One Room Challenge: Accepted

It is that time of year again, and I am so excited to announce that JENRON DESIGNS will be a guest participant in the Fall 2017 One Room Challenge Event (link here).  

In case you are wondering what the “ORC” is, here’s the scoop. Twice a year, April/ October, for the past 11 seasons, the ORC has hosted over 200 interior design bloggers, as they join together and choose one room in their homes to make over. The designers only have six weeks, from start to finish in order to complete a full room transformation. To give you a better idea you can check out our very first ORC Spring Challenge the Sleeping Porch. Here are some fun flashback before and after pictures to get your ready for our next challenge. 

Each week the guest designer’s will link their progress to the ORC host page Calling It Home (link here), and share their room’s progress. The best part you will be able to follow along with JENRON DESIGNS and all the participants progress just by clicking the ORC (link here). The final completion date and big reveal of our Guest Bathroom makeover will be on Thursday, Nov. 9th!!! I might regret choosing the guest bathroom this close to the holidays, but hopefully by the end we will have a pretty new bathroom for all our holiday guests.

FALL 2017 Mission: The Jack n’ Jill Guest Bath

THE BEFORE:

As you can see this space is very plain, and while this is actually new construction and everything is brand new, it just lacks any kind of feature or focal point with in the room. To me it is all just a big vanilla box, even the basic light fixtures we picked upon building 2 years ago are boring.

Since the space is on the smaller side, I do not want to add any colors that are too dark. I want to keep it very light and airy. I am thinking some custom built, white wainscoting or batten board. It should  to be about 5 feet tall mourned the room with a small ledge.  I also think we need to  add a custom frame around the big blank builder grade mirror. I am thinking I would like to add some hooks, to go behind the bedroom door. So you have a place to hang up your towels to dry. Not sure what that will like like yet. Maybe barn wood with rustic farm hooks??? I am just not sure yet.

We actually though about a barn door here to eliminate having so many doors in this room, but after measuring we realized that it would jut into the toilet room doorway a little to much.  So we decided we would just add one to the adjacent bedroom, later on instead. Which would also open up that hook space we are creating. The shower is very basic so I am thinking a nice crisp white shower curtain maybe with a touch of embroidery, nothing too pattern or dark since this are is very small. It could be textured as long as it is white. 

We did opt to have the shower completely tiled instead of a pre fab drop in tub. By doing this we also got the soap niche built in which provides great in shower space  for soap, shampoo, etc. I think it just make your space feel more custom built. Permanent things, like millwork and wall tile adds a sense of evaluation in a home, especially the bathroom. We did put up this towel bar upon moving in, and I do like the silver nickel finish. So I think we will keep this one and find something in a similar finish for the sink area.  Currently we have a towel ring that sits on the countertop which I do not really like but it works for now. However, every time we have guests I hear it get pulled or knocked over and clank on the countertop. So it just needs to go. I also might find a new toilet paper dispenser that attaches to the wall, but I do like the current one since it holds extra rolls in the base, so the jury is still out on the accessory too. 

I do still love my choices for the countertop, tile, cabinets and plumbing fixtures. So we will be keeping all of those items which will save us some money. Plus they are all new, and when we build the house I made my selections basis on the current styles and trends. 
I know we need  some new light fixtures. Let me tell you how much I loath the “boob light” in the toilet room!!! Yikes why are these even a part of the basic light package? Nobody likes them!!!! Plus even with the best photo light filter on the planet, my pictures still turned out yellow due to insufficient lighting. 

THE PLAN:

THE BUDGET:

I really do not want to spend over $1,000 for this project, but I am capping myself at $1,500 in case things go awry!!!  Better safe than sorry I  always say. 

THE TIMELINE:

Week 1- Introduction, Inspiration Board,  & Plan of Action 

Week 2- Order All Items, Buy All Supplies, & Frame Out Mirror

Week 3- Start/Finish Batten Board Mill Work

Week 4- Paint Batten Board  

Week 5- Install New Lights, Towel Bars, Shower Curtains & All Final Touches

Week 6- BIG REVEAL

Ok guys it’s “GO TIME ” wish me luck!!! 

 

185 Comments

  1. Jen, this is looks like a great project, I am so sorry I am late to the party, but I promise to read them all!

  2. You are a legit designer, you have a idea board and everything. I love you plan for the bathroom jumping ahead to the reveal.

  3. Congratulations on being a part of the ORC guest participants, seems like it would be a honor.

  4. WE LOVE THAT YOUR CHOSE TO FEATURE YOUR JACK AND JILL BATH FOR THE ORC. YOUR STORY BOARDS AND COLOR SELECTIONS ARE GOING TO BE PERFECT. GOOD LUCK

  5. I love your idea board and vision for this room. Bathrooms are alway hard for me, it just seems like there is only so much you can do with them.

  6. I am very excited to read all about this project, and see the finale of the room. I love following along a DIY home project.

  7. I am not a home designer but I really respect you for taking a 6 week challenge like this. I have added to my rss feed so I can come to read the rest of the posts.

  8. Pretty inspiration board you did a nice job designing it, so I imagine the rest of your project will be just as attractive.

  9. I will have to mark this article and come back when I can read all 6 weeks in a row. It looks very interesting and I should have little reading time over the holiday break 😉

    • Hey Casey thanks for stopping by, just so you aren’t surprised or miss a week, we ended up with 7 weeks worth of content and the challenge was extended.

  10. This looks like an interesting 6 week challenge, I will have to come back when I have more time to read the rest of the posts in this set.

  11. I am very interested in this one room challenge, it looks like a lot of fun! You idea board has a great concept for you new guest bath.

  12. Love, love, love your mood board, it has great color and fixtures, the room will be gorgeous.

  13. You inspiration board looks great! I guess that is from your interior design background to make one of those for every project. I love it.

  14. I love home diy projects and I just found the ORC a neighbor of mine turned me on to it. Now I have a months worth of great projects and ideas to catch up on yours included, thanks for the great post.

  15. This looks like a fairly big project you have planned for 6 weeks are you doing all the work yourself, because that is a lot of work.

  16. I follow the ORC every year and I pick out a handful of project that interest me, I remember you from the spring with the Sleeping Porch post and I earmarked your blog to check out this time. I am already loving the direction you are going.

  17. Great direction and I love the light fixture you chose. Reading on to see the reveal.

  18. Oh I love the ORC, I am not sure how I missed the launch this year. I guess it has just been a busy year, but I have you in in rss feed to look up you projects.

  19. Cool, I will have to check this entire series out. I will book mark for later reading after I get the kids to bed.

  20. I will have to check out the other designer too at Calling It Home, if they are as talented as you are I am in for a treat.

  21. I love your plans for the Jack and Jill, we have one of these to to I will interested to see what you come up with especially for all those doors. IT one of our biggest problems as the clank together.

  22. Oh your inspiration board looks great can’t wait to click over and see it all done!

  23. I am excited to see what you do, based on your mood board it looks like something I would absolutely love.

  24. I heard one of my cousins talking about the ORC over the holidays I had to check it out, that is how I found your site. I must say I really like your inspiration board, what a great idea before starting a project. I assume it is part of the rules for the ORC to have one, but I like one just for myself. I love your site too, so I am bookmarking to come back later.

  25. I have never heard of the ORC before but it looks like a really fun challenge for designers like yourself.

  26. Oh I am booking marking you site because I want to come back and read the entire post on the ORC contest.

  27. I really like the inspiration board how did you create it with the items you were planning to use? That is really cool.

  28. I may not comment on each of theses post since there are so many but please know that I am ready to read all of them in my evening window down hour.

  29. This looks like a fun competition I have seen several good room plans. I like that you are decorating a bathroom, they are hard for me, I never what to do in there.

  30. I am looking forward to seeing the finished reveal. Your inspiration board is really neat and looks nice. Good luck with this project.

  31. Very cool that you are part of such a elite group of designers, good luck on winning.

  32. Nice post and your page is so well organized I am so glad I clicked over from the Calling it Home site I will add you to me rrs feed.

  33. I just located you on the ORC page and wanted to see what your project was all about, I will check out the final reveal.

  34. Very excited to have the time to finally read through this challenge now that I have some holiday time. I will try to comment on each post as I read them.

  35. Bookmarking for reading later, after I get everyone to bed and can unwind with a glass of Pinot.

  36. I can not wait to read this entire post, right now I am just skimming and bookmarking so I will be back for sure.

  37. Congratulations on being a guest participant this year I am so happy you were able to join us!

  38. Love your bathroom ideas and inspiration board. This looks like such a fun contest with lots of great designers.

  39. Great inspiration board, and I can not wait to see how it turns out, I am reading through it today!

  40. Gurl, I am so ready to get my read on now that the Challenge is complete. I can’t stand all the waiting, just like netflix just let me binge read you posts!!!!!!!

  41. I am very excited to see you were a participant again this year, I loved your sleeping porch from last year.

  42. Looking forward to reading this entire challenge and to see the reveal. you mood board looks great too.

  43. I have had the best weekend going to all the ORC participants, and I find the best bloggers that way. You are one of those treasured finds today, I will be bookmarking for later.

  44. I am excited that the ORC is back and now I can straight through to the reveals. Yay!

  45. Hi just wanted to leave you a note that I am following your project to see the results.

  46. We are so excited to you room completion, we love to check out the ORC participants ever year!

  47. What a fun contest, I have never heard of it before but it looks like a good one.

  48. I am so excited that tonight is the final reveal, I always wait to read until the very end so I don’t have to wait LOL

  49. I am so looking forward to reading the rest of the design challenge, your design board looks great.

  50. This looks like a good weekend read, I am booking making to come back this weekend once the reveal is released to read in it’s entirety.

  51. This is a great Design Event, I love to see the featured designers and then heck out what the new ones are doing too.

  52. Yay!!!!! I am so excite this is back for the FALL season. Sorry I am late to the party but it has been a crazy couple of months.

  53. I LOVE you inspiration board! Just know that I usually only look at the first post and the reveal for the ORC but you have me intrigued with all the DIY’s so I will check yours out for all 6 weeks.

  54. You inspiration board drew me in from Calling it Home and I am so glad it did you have a great site here! I might peruse around to see what else you are up too!

  55. Found you at the ORC site of Calling it Home, your pictures are great so I wanted to see your project. I really love your idea board it looks so professional.

  56. I am super excited to be following you journey this round of the ORC, you project looks great. I have several half baths that could use an update.

  57. I am hoping to binge read the your ORC post. I always love this challenge, I see so many unique things to add to my home.

  58. Checking out your ORC project. I love this event and follow my favorite designers ever year. I just started following you so I can not wait to see you Jack & Jill finished.

  59. I am not sure what an ORC is but I like the pictures a whole lot, and wish you all the best.

  60. I am excited to the Batten Board project. I have always wanted to do this but was too afraid. Can’t wait to see how yours looks.

  61. The ORC is one of my favorite reads this time of year. So many talented designers and you are all so nice to each other too. I read the comments and it seems like a big sisterhood.

  62. You mood board looks great I love catching these events at the end so I can read straight thru, since I have no patience to wait a week for the next post. ha ha

  63. Following you for the ORC Reveal! Your story board look great and well designed. Good Luck

  64. Thanks for join the ORC I find so many great designer to follow from here, I will check out your site and let you know what I think.

  65. Just checking out a few of your posts. This one looks interesting and seems to have a release each week. Love posts that are to be continued…..

  66. I am so happy to find this great group of designers to follow along with there projects. I am not sure I even knew about this prior to visit your site.

  67. I am typically use to running a blog like you, but in the teaching sector. I really admire your content. The article has really peaks my interest. I am going to bookmark your web site and keep checking for brand spanking new information.

  68. Not sure what the ORC is but I am following along. It has a lot of great people with great projects.

  69. I really like how you made a inspiration board for your project. You have made some really nice selections and have a really good plan.

  70. I just joined the party here but I plan to follow your progress to current day. Is the reveal this week or next I have read conflicting information about this. It looks like your date was extended.

  71. I love this decorating challenge, it is alway so fun to see what you designers are up too. Great mood board I love where you are going with this.

  72. I am so going to enjoy reading this ORC whole post, are you guys done yet, or does the reveal happen this week? Well I guess I will read through the weeks you have posted on my weekend off!!!! Yay me!!!

  73. The ORC, that sounds like a big time designer thing. I will have to look at all these posts while I am having my coffee this morning.

  74. This is such a great idea for a designer challenge, 6 weeks your should just about be done, so I will go ahead a read through to the end.

  75. You need to take part in a contest for top-of-the-line blogs on the web. I’ll advocate this website!

  76. I can’t wait to follow along to see the Final Reveal this is such a awesome idea, whoever cam up with it has a great idea!

  77. Wow I did not know there was a local decorating challenge, I will have to look up the ORC. I also can’t wait to follow your journey the inspiration room is great.

  78. I excited to see you are participating in the ORC contest, you are perfect for it!

  79. It is laborious to find knowledgeable people on this subject, during the ORC however you sound like you know what you’re talking about! Thanks for the entertainment

  80. This looks very interesting, so you are one of 250 designers, that is great. Thanks for linking to the mother site, so I can check out others as well.

  81. I like the direction you are planning on going with this bathroom. It is already pretty with the tile and countertops but you are right it need personality.

  82. Oh I want to wish you the best of luck you inspiration board is what dreams are made of for sure. Can’t wait to see the rest of the posts.

  83. I was very happy to find this home decor internet-site. I wished to thank you for your time and for this excellent learn site!! I undoubtedly enjoying every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to take a look at new stuff you weblog post.

  84. Well this looks exciting, and has some really big names sponsoring you guys! How excited about winning a featured spot next season, I wish you all the luck in the world.

  85. I needed to send you this tiny little observation that everyone is copying you!!! I have seen so much batten board, and trim work from your previous post this year all being implemented this round of ORC. I just want to thank you so much once again for your breathtaking tricks you have featured through out the year.

  86. I am going to follow this ORC post, I find it very interesting. Bookmarking rss

  87. you have an awesome weblog here! would you like to make some posts on my blog?

  88. This looks like a fun competition for designers, I wish you all the luck in the world. Not that you will need it, your mood board speaks for itself.

  89. I have not heard of the ORC, but I like where you are going with this project. I am booking marking to see the batten board install.

  90. Thanks so much for giving everyone remarkably splendid opportunity to discover important secrets from you about your up coming guest bath remodel. It really is very nice and as well, stuffed with a great time saving tips for me personally, and my office acquaintances. We love to search your website at a minimum of three times in one week to study the new projects you have. And finally, I am so motivated with the mind-boggling creative ideas you give.

  91. ORC challenge? This is new to me, I will check it out to see what it all about, with sponsors like House Beautiful it must be good!

  92. Okay this is a really cool idea, I had never heard of the ORC, but what a cool concept. Nice inspiration boards, I will check back to see the reveal.

  93. You have a great mood board, how did you design it? You must also be a graphic artist as well. Great site I will be back.

  94. I really love this entire post and I am excited to read on for the next 6 weeks. I am bookmarking to my rss feed to find easily, I like to read your stuff over my coffee in the mornings, and I am not awake to find you another way ha ha. Thanks, and good luck!

  95. I was more than happy to learn you were a part of this great adventure. I undoubtedly will be having more fun following you through your process. Maybe next year I will give it a go. I’ve you bookmarked to take a look at new stuff you blog post.

  96. My time-consuming internet investigation has now been rewarded with pleasant concept to write about with my friends and classmates, the ORC Challenge. I ‘d say that most of the visitors for the ORC are fellow designers but I actually would like to get the information out there more main stream. Superb website with many lovely individuals with very helpful tips. I feel extremely happy to have come across your website page and look forward to plenty of more cool moments reading here. Thank you once again for a lot of things.

  97. There’s noticeably a lot to do for this challenge. I assume you made certain you can finish on time and in the parameters. You alway have such good features, so I am look forward to seeing your progress, also I am bookmarking or easy of finding, I had to such a bit to relocate you, LOL.

  98. Oh I am so glad to see that you are taking part in the great competition! Good luck I will check back in to see your progress!

  99. What is the ORC? I am more that intrigued now. I must follow and further my knowledge on this topic.

  100. Just had to check out this seasons ORC. I love the mood board and your ideas to install Board & Batten, love you style girl.

  101. I am so impressed, with you inspiration board. I need to say your blog is both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you don’t find that out here often. Your concept is excellent, I am very happy that I stumbled upon this in my web searches.

  102. I LOVE YOUR HOME, I AM STUDYING INTERIOR DESIGN AT UGA, AND I SAW YOUR IG POST IN THE UGA GARDENS… SO CLEARLY YOU MUST BE ALUMNI TO BE UP HERE VISITING OR ARE YOU OFFERING A WORKSHOP, BECAUSE THAT WOULD BE GREAT TOO. I HAVE SHOWN YOUR STUFF TO A FEW PEOPLE IN STUDY GROUP SO WE ARE ALL FOLLOWING YOU NOW. GOOD LUCK ON THE CHALLENGE.

  103. I am not sure what the ORC is but good luck. This bathroom reno. advice applies so much to me. Thanks a lot, from everyone of us.

  104. Good post. I learn something new, and usually tougher from all different blogs, everyday. Natually I’ll provide you with a rss link for your web blog. Thanks for sharing.

  105. Great Post. It seems like a wonderful contest. thanks for share..can’t wait to see more .. !

  106. I simply had to appreciate your blog once more. I do not know what I might have accomplished without the thoughts revealed by you about my area of interest. Certainly was a scary situation for me personally, nevertheless encountering a new skilled way you handled the issue forced me to cry with delight. I am happy for the help and pray you realize what an amazing job you were putting in teaching people today thru a web site. I know that you have never got to know any of us.

  107. Thanks for really being quite considerate as well as for selecting this sort of wonderful areas millions of individuals that are following the ORC or even participating in the ORC. Some are really desperate to to win. My honest apologies for not expressing appreciation to you sooner.

  108. I should check with you hereabout project in my future. Which isn’t one thing I normally do! I enjoy studying your publication and I feel like it can make people think. Thanks for allowing me to remark!

  109. Thank you a lot for giving everyone such a splendid design secrets from this website. It really is so pleasing plus packed with clear design knowledge. I’m also actually fascinated considering the extraordinary design principles you give, and may go back to school to study them further.

  110. Hey Girlie, happy to find you again this year!!! Good luck on the contest excited to see tat guest bath reveal.

  111. You may not remember me but I was one of your college professor. It is nice to see you making a splash in the field. Proud to have known you when you were my student building furniture.

    • Mrs.Arnold oh my gosh, I still remember your stories about being suzy sweeper for the Braves when you were in college. I had to check the email name to make sure I was not dreaming!! Thanks you for all your support and guidance, I am happy to finally be back in my field of study too. 🙂

  112. I just found your ORC post on the Calling it Home List. Yes I am a little bit behind, I know. Well not I am all caught up with your project and can’t wait to see tomorrows post!

  113. This room looks like the prefect project room. I can not wait to see that batten board DIY you are doing. I believe it will be on this weeks post? Good job my friend keep up the good work, the room will be beautiful as all your projects are.

  114. I am intersted to see you final room reveal. The batten board seem like a bit of an undertaking for a 6 week project, especially since you are doing it yourself. If you were hiring someone I would have not worries, but especially in light of your husbands recent mentioned surgery. I have fulll faith in you both and your diy competencies.

  115. Completely stressing out about my current situation with my ORC project. Extremely thankful for your friendship and support, in addition I will pray for you to do really a great job too. You are always uplifting many people by way of your blog post. I wanted to say thanks once more. I’m not certain the things I would’ve done without the hints, and tips contributed by you.

  116. You alway have something entertaining going on here. This contest is perfect for you and your many talents. Excited to see that bathroom once you are done. 😀 Good luck!

  117. Thank you for joining the ORC again this season, I am looking forward to seeing you room at completion. Send you all my best.

    • It is a bi annual contest where designer join together to renovate and decorate rooms in there homes. This year 2 winners will land a feature spot for the competition next spring. Yes I do believe anyone can enter, you are must fill out a entry form with Calling it Home prior to joining the challenge.

  118. I just had to check out a few of your other posts to see what else you had going on here at your site. I was curious as to what the ORC Challenge Tab was about, and after reading this post I must say it sounds like a lot of fun. Good luck to you!

  119. I really like to check out some of the other participants in the ORC just to see what everyone ease is doing. You have a great idea board for upgrade that bathroom of yours. I will check back at the reveal to see the finish product and recap. Congratulations and good luck!

  120. You plans are very intriguing I can’t wait to see the DIY on the batten board, I have been wanting to do this. Good luck you have my vote!

  121. I think I have already commented once on this post but after looking at a few other ORC participants, I wanted to tell you I really respect that you do your own work. I have noticed a lot of other bloggers/designers are hiring out to sub contractors, while you seem to be doing all your own work. Please know I appreciate that your are willing to roll up your sleeves and take on a project like Chi and Joanna Gaines do.

  122. This looks like a great challenge, I am excited to follow along as you move through the project. Thanks for sharing this with us, it makes you seem like a regular every day person, not just a blog star.

  123. Oh girl I love this post and can’t wait to see the full transformation of your guest bath. Did I read correctly this ORC happens twice a year? I can only imagine how much stuff you must reno.

  124. How did I miss this post. I have not known of the ORC? Is this a contest in which you participate? You will do great you have much talent, these are my personal and honest expressions of appreciations of you.

  125. Great job we are so happy that you are doing this challenge again, it’s good for you, stretches your design skills a bit, LOL. As if you even need to do that, ha ha. We are behind you 100% and can’t wait to see you progress week to week.

  126. Oh I am so excited to see the reveal, I can’t believe I have to wait 6 weeks, that is forever!

  127. I’m typically to blogging and i actually appreciate your content. The article has actually peaks my interest. I’m going to bookmark your web site and keep checking for new information.

  128. Thanks so much for giving everyone an extraordinarily pleasant possiblity to read articles and blog posts from this website.

  129. I love your colour palette and your plan! I’m also intrigued by your sleeping porch and heading over to THAT post as soon as I’m finished posting this comment!! It looks amazing and I want to come sleep over!

  130. What is the ORC? I love you plan and can’t wait to follow along, but I want to know more about what this ORC is. I have never heard of it, but the idea intrigues me so.

  131. This is such an exciting contest. I linked over from Calling it Home, I loved your idea board. I am looking forward to following all my favorite guests and you are on my list!

  132. This is my first time hearing about the ORC, what is it exactly? I love you design board and project overview, but why is it such a big deal? Do you win something?

    • Thanks for stopping in, and your supportive comments about my Inspiration Board. The ORC is a 6 week design challenge hosted by Calling It Home and House Beautiful. It was originally designed to globally connect designers to support each other in their design endeavors. This season the guest participants can win a chance to become a featured designer for the 2018 Spring Event.

  133. I am so excited to be following you for the ORC. I loved your Sleeping Porch last season, can’t wait to see what you do this time.

  134. Oh I love this post. I am not aware of the ORC Challenge, is it new? Anyways I can not wait to follow your project on its journey to completion. Good Luck!

  135. Oh my your house is sheer perfection. I love everything! Your kitchen is so big, and perfectly farmhouse styled it should be all over Pinterest!!!!!! Not to mention that dining table is the prettiest thing I have ever seen. Girl, I am so glad I found your site, I might be here a while.

  136. You have a absolutely beautiful home. Thank you for opening it up for the holidays and sharing you decorating talents with us all. I am excited to see what you do for your ORC bathroom. The batten board looks like a great addition to your room. I can not wait to see the finished project. Best of luck to you!

  137. I just heard about you doing this designer challenge, I am so excited for you. I can’t wait to follow along to see your progress over the next 6 weeks. Good Luck!!!!!!

  138. I am following a bunch of designers this go round and plan to try and join next time. You are in my top 10, because I love your style and your entry last season.

  139. I must live under a rock this is the first time hearing about The ORC. I also noticed you said you competed in the contest last season too. What do you win? Can anyone join?

    • Hi Valerie, no worries, I just learned about the ORC this time last year. It is a bi-annual contest that takes place in April & Oct. You can find out more details at Calling Home which is our host site. This year 2 winners will become the featured designers for the 2018 Spring ORC, hosted by House Beautiful.

  140. Girl I got to remember to get out see this every week! I loved the sleeping porch you did last time, so I know this will great too.

  141. I just saw this post while I was here, I did not know you were a part of the ORC! My sister in-law is doing it too, small world. Good luck 🙂

  142. I love the lighting that you have picked out! All of the little details in this space will look amazing! Can’t wait to see the finished result!

  143. So happy that you are joining us in the ORC this season. It is a lot of fun and you will enjoy it. I find that it cultivates friendships that last a lifetime.

  144. So happy you are joining us again for the Fall ORC. We are looking forward to following along you with your progress and seeing your finished decor creation. Within you all the best luck on your project.

  145. Just checked out your purposed ORC plan for this season. Looks good!!!!! I can’t wait to see the finish product. I will be cheering you on the whole way my friend, good luck!

  146. I totally love your plan! We have outdated baths galore so your weekly updates will be wonderful to watch and learn. Thanks so much for sharing your journey with us. Susie from The Chelsea Project

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