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DIY Small BATHROOM MAKEOVER On A Budget | Renter Friendly





DIY Small Bathroom Makeover on a budget! I’m sharing easy ways to update your space and renter friendly ideas. Hope this help you get creative during this …

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  1. Looks great!!!!!!

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  2. Bathroom turned out beautiful.

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  3. Very awesome πŸ‘πŸ» product.

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  4. I haven't never rented somewhere that would let me change out the vanity or doing something like add faux shiplap.

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  5. Did you glue the wood to the wall or the mirror?

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  6. I love this, but have a question with the new sink. Before you installed the ink cabinet, you covered what I thought was the drain for the sink with one of those round door knob protector covers. Was that the drain for old sink? If yes, how does new sink drain?

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  7. I HATE padestal sinks too! I love how fresh and elevated it turned out, and the planter is definitely an amazing addition! You did so good!

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  8. So nice

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  9. Beautiful!!!
    Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. wow it's beautiful I am impressed that you did this all by yourself but you can do anything I am so inspired by you.

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  11. it"s beautiful

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  12. You are so good!! I’m so impressed. I definitely need to frame out our mirrors.

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  13. You are amazing that you can do all that you do. The bathroom is beautiful. You did a wonderful job. TFS

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  14. Emily the bathroom looks so beautiful, You did an amazing job putting together! I really love it! Thank you for sharing with us! Have a wonderful and bless weekend.πŸ•ŠπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ•Š

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  15. love it! where is the soap dispenser from ? I've been looking for a rectangular one…

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  16. yeah what susan marr said! You are an awesome lady, Emily! Bathroom looks great!

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  17. Very nice! You did a great job!

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  18. This could not of came at a better time. I am making over my small bathroom and I was like she done all this herself, which looks so awesome, this really gets me motivated. I have a question…what kind of boards did you get, I was going to get the actually what they call shiplap, the tough and groove type, but your way is probably cheaper and I need cheaper and with your trick with the nickles it looks just like shiplap. I'm going to rewatch your video you may have said and I missed it,,,but awesome job! I would give you 2 thumbs up its so good !! Thank you and God Bless you and your family! Lori from Tennessee

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  19. The bathroom looks amazing. You always do an amazing job. I would love to shiplap few of my walls but I don't know what type of wood to buy. What do you recommend?

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  20. Beautiful job!πŸ’•

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  21. Beautiful your carpentry talent is amazing.

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  22. Beautiful Emily! You are amazing.

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  23. WOW! Amazing job!πŸ’•πŸ™

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  24. I love it. I’ve been wanting to try some of these techniques. I think I’m brave enough to try it.

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  25. Omg Emily you are amazing, your bathroom looks beautiful πŸ‘

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  26. You are one talented lady,your bathroom turned out just gorgeous!!!!

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  27. Everything was coming of roses until the horse came to the bathroom.(It doesnt make any sense).GBY

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  28. Are you going to do anything in between the boards on the wall β“πŸŒΈ

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  29. Yay on your marked down target find πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»β€ΌοΈπŸ‘πŸ»πŸŒΈ it is always sooo neat to have a surprise at the cash register 🀩

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  30. One thing I would love to know is what does your husband say when he comes home? You make it look so easy and I love it. You really had fun with this. I love the way you load a gun!!!! LOL Keep safe Em. Hugs and Blessings to you and family.

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  31. Looks great. I really love your DIY’s. Lodie

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  32. Looks beautiful.

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  33. You’re so talented, I got a lot of ideas. Thanks.

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  34. Not my style, but I can certainly appreciate your skills, and that you did a great job creating what you wanted. I prefer pedestal sinks, because they cut way down on clutter build up. In our last home I changed out the old bathroom sink cabinets for big pedestal sinks and we all loved them so much. In our new home we have huge sink cabinets, which , in the future, I may change out to pedestal sinks. The cabinets are just another place to have to keep organized. Anyways… you did a very good job on this project. I am impressed with your skills ! πŸ’—

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  35. Love the trim on your mirror! I'm sooo going to do this in my guest bath!

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  36. This is absolutely gorgeous Emily! You did an excellent job I cannot believe it only cost you under $400! I love the neutral colours with a pop of greenery there! Thank you so much for sharing your tips! Awesome awesome tutorial my dear!πŸ’•πŸ’•

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  37. What wood did you use for the shiplap??? Bathroom looks greatπŸ‘πŸ»β€οΈ

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  38. As usual very very nice!!

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  39. I love your bathroom makeover! You are one talented woman! You can design, you are a carpenter, you know how to budget, you are self-motivated, you are the delivery service, YOU ARE THE WHOLE PACKAGE! Does your husband realise what a gem you are? Please keep doing projects. We as viewers are lucky to have you as a resource. TFS

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  40. It looks stunning πŸ€©πŸ˜€πŸ‘..you are sure a bold lady doing this shiplap wall, ❀ love how everything came out. So professional and beautiful. May you and your family continue to stay safe.πŸ˜ƒπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  41. The way you just disassembled that sink and mirror and lighting in like 10 seconds (video seconds) makes me feel so motivated like wow that was so easy lol.

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  42. Great video! You are very talented!

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  43. I love Shiplap . But wasn’t sure how to do it

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  44. L🀍VE You are Awesome!

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  45. I love this beautiful make over

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  46. Beautiful makeover I love your bathroom I love your video’s

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