Bathroom Remodeling

Renter-Friendly Apartment Bathroom Makeover Tutorial





I have been living in my home for almost 5 months now and I was finally motivated to spruce up my shared bathroom. When I first moved into this rental with my boyfriend he had been sharing it with a roommate. Decorating was last on their priority list so I decided to give it a rental friendly bathroom upgrade.

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33 comments

  1. Well done! I wonder whether the owner let you a discount of a month of rent or something in return? I mean you transformed their bathroom after all!

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  2. Veryinspirational

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  3. Thanks so much for this video

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  4. Hi how is this holding up 1 year later please

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  5. Awesome job!!

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  6. Were you able to get your deposit back?

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  7. Wow, how long did this take to do? Looks great. How is the paper holding up on the surfaces?

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  8. Would recommend to paint the door also to freshening it up

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  9. I love it. Redoing house as well.

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  10. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜•

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  11. Also they have a nice metallic chrome spray paint super cheap at Walmart for that bathroom shower rack

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  12. Please slow the video down a little next time

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  13. I love your magnet makeup board !

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  14. How was covering the tiles? Did it work out well? Been thinking about doing that myself

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  15. What a BEAUTIFUL job you did!! It looks like a brand new bathroom. I love the Marylyn pic bc I’m all about her & also James Dean & Elvis. I’ve a black & white huge pic of James Dean & a black & white pic of Marylyn in my bedroom. Where did you get the Marylyn photo? Great job I love it!!! Have a blessed day. Melba Knoxville Tennessee πŸ˜ŠπŸ™β€οΈ

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  16. Wouldn’t the contact paper also work on the tile floor?

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  17. What about changing shower curtains to gray underneath and a black over. But, all in all it looks great!!!

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  18. Love the colors. Great job.

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  19. I L:OVE what you did with the counter. THe grey wood peel and stick looks amazing

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  20. i dont understand this at all. you have to leave the apartment as you found it. so contact paper will be a real struggle when you go to leave and have to rip and repaint.

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  21. The rugs should match the decor not the towels. Otherwise, she knocked it out the park!

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  22. nothing matches…or compliments…bless u for trying

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  23. Looks bad …:/

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  24. Fake Florals? Bad choice!

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  25. just signed my first lease! this gave me a good idea on how to decorate without causing damages β˜ΊοΈπŸ’•

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  26. Paint skirting board white and paint black tiles on floor white. Shower curtain change. Door frame wood needs a paint to brighten.

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  27. Great idea. I just my try it.

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  28. Very nice. 😍 I'd pain the door and window sill bright white and also change out that beige (off white-looking) toilet seat to match the white toilet. Great job!

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  29. Where did you buy all of the equipment and the flowers

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  30. How long did it take you to hang the contact paper on the walls ?

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  31. You did an excellent job with that contact paper! It looks so much better than before! πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈ

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  32. Beautiful! πŸ’

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  33. Does the wallpaper come off easily? I'd be afraid of damaging the walls when I take it off whenever we do end up moving into a new place

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