One Room Challenge {Week Four}: Our Farmhouse Style Bathroom has Floors my Friends!

Hello friends!

Welcome to WEEK FOUR of this crazy One Room Challenge journey!
 

I don’t know about you, but I cannot believe we are already four weeks into this

With just two weeks left to go, I’d say we’ve got our work cut out for us.

You know, considering we don’t even have walls, or finished floors for that matter.

Truth is, with each passing day, I’m growing more and more doubtful that we’ll actually be able to pull this all off in time.

But, I haven’t lost all hope yet.
 

It’s crunch time my friends!

In fact, last night we were hard at work until nearly midnight finishing up laying all that gorgeous floor tile.

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After many, many hours of work and a few lessons learned the hard way, I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to say that we’re done with the tiling … well okay, almost done with the tiling.

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There’s still the bottom row of tile to cut in on the shower walls, the shower floor to lay and of course, the small task of adding grout to it all (guess I better figure out what colour we’re going to go with for that!).

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But at least we’re finally, FINALLY, starting to see it come together, if only just a bit.

Farmhouse Style Bathroom

Farmhouse Style Bathroom
 

So, what’s the plan for this week?

Well, I’m hoping to see the tiling 100% completely finished (which will feel SO darn good!!!) and hopefully, we can get those plank walls up and painted, and of course, get the electrical all sorted out behind them).

Farmhouse Style Bathroom
 

Boy, will I feel better when we’ve actually got walls again (you know, nearly five weeks in if we’re lucky!).

Here’s a quick little recap of what’s left (find all the details about our plans for the finished space here):
– demo yucky old bathroom
– install electrical for new lights (from one to three)
– install plumbing for new sinks (from one to two)
– install plumbing for turning the toilet
– install plumbing for new tub
– build out shower base
– tile shower walls and floor
– tile bathroom floor
– install drywall
– install plank walls
– paint plank walls
– make double vanity
– install new vanity, sinks, & faucets
– install tub and roman faucet
– install toilet
– install shower head and tap
– paint & install new baseboards (like this)
– install new lighting
– install glass enclosure for shower
– hang mirrors
– hang towel hooks, paper holder and hand towel ring
– decorate
 

*Technically, we didn’t actually cross anything off of the list this week, but we were close!

I bet you’re wondering what this is all costing us and how I’m keeping track of it all …

I’m putting my favourite budgeting tool to work again on this project. ItSums has been such a huge help as we plan each renovation project throughout our home! Honestly, I can’t say enough great things about this brilliant site! It keeps track of links, photos and costs for every product we use. It also organizes it all into categories so we can see how much we’ve spent and on what, and it even let’s us mark things as purchased, so that we know exactly how much we’ve spent and how much we’ve still got to budget for. You’re definitely going to want to hop on over to our Farmhouse Style Bathroom board to see how it all works!

ItSums - Farmhouse Style Bathroom
 
 

We are SO incredibly lucky to be teaming up with some AHHHHHMAZING companies as we take on this crazy renovation! Sending out SUCH a big thank you to the following companies for sponsoring this makeover (and making it so easy to recommend them and their fabulous products!):

Farmhouse Bathroom Makeover

Delta Canada | Barn Light Electric
ItSums | Sherwin-Williams
The Builder Depot | Home Depot Canada | American Standard Canada

 
 

Now, be sure to check out the other One Room Challenge Makeovers – there’s A TON of talent to see my friends!

Let’s do this!

*UPDATE*
 
 

Pop on over here to see how our {farmhouse style bathroom} came together in the end:

A Farmhouse Style Bathroom | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

And you won’t want to miss all of these other fab {farmhouse style bathroom} projects:


 

Wishing you SUCH a lovely day!

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44 thoughts on “One Room Challenge {Week Four}: Our Farmhouse Style Bathroom has Floors my Friends!

    1. Thank you so, so much Melissa!!! Exhausted is just the right word to describe it – I swear, thoughts of soaking in that gorgeous new tub are the only thing pulling me through. 😉

  1. Love all the tile Kristi! That shower tile though is my favorite! You are making great progress! I think everyone has mentioned how long their to-do list still is!! Ha! The power of a deadline! It’s going to be awesome!

    1. Thank you Denise! I think we’re in waaaaay over our heads on this one, but it definitely helps to know that we’re not alone!!! Here’s to a very productive week five!

  2. I can’t get over how pretty all the tile is! And you must be exhausted, but it’s all going to pay off. This is going to be an amazing retreat for you to relax in once it’s all finished!

  3. Oh man Kristi! Your list still looks so long, but I know you guys will knock out a ton of those things in just a few days! I love all of your tiles. The shapes and textures are amazing! You go girl!

  4. So I just left a comment on your week 3 progress and then realized it’s week 4, ha! so of course I had to come see how your flooring is coming along, and I love it!

    1. Thank you so, so much ladies! I’m dying to see it all finished up and move on with the rest of that list now!!! 😉 Here’s to a productive weekend!!!

    1. Thank you SO much Kourtney! I just love that you think we’re being BOLD … I always feel like we fall on the neutral (and therefore more boring) side of the spectrum, so that really makes me happy to hear! Thanks again girl!!!

  5. After perusing your list of still to do’s noticed couple of them are not quite as time consuming as hanging tile. Wish I could be there to help out with some things so you two could take an extra breath now and then, relax just a smidgeon. Hope you have some help with little one and your list.How is your little one handling all this?
    Know it’s hard to see light at end of tunnel at this point but keep on , keeping on.
    Everything you two have done is for incredible common goal so at end you will feel so much better, .have confidence in your abilities. Wishing you two a productive weekend.

  6. I love all of the tile you chose, but could not imagine doing it all myself. Great job! I cannot wait to see the rest of the renovation!

  7. Kristi, love all the tile choices!! I’m sure you’ll pull it altogether in time for the big reveal. Can’t wait to see it!!

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