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3 days and 3 times nothing to renovate a small bathroom

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When they arrived in their Lille apartment, Anne of the blog The Dog with Blemishes and his companion had a priority: redo the bathroom as soon as possible and without spending too much. In only 3 days and without changing everything, the couple transforms the old-fashioned and old-fashioned piece into a bathroom full of style. Overview of the tips of this Express renovation and not expensive.

For renovate their small bathroom of 5 m2, the blogger Anne (The Dog with Stains) and her friend went to the simplest. Thanks to the recovery, a few brushstrokes well placed for cover the old tiles salmon pink and a chic and cheap deco shopping, the play is now unrecognizable. Focus on the prompt makeover of this mini graphic bathroom.

The renovation project in brief

Place : Lille

Surface of the bathroom : 5.4 m2

Works duration : 3 days

Idea : refresh the room quickly and without spending too much

The small bathroom has been relooked in a spirit of recovery

For the decorative refreshment of their bathroom, the couple of owners, eager to move into their new Lille apartment, did not wish to undertake major work. Their credo? Composing with the existing to avoid big expenses and wasted time.

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The old and old bathroom before the makeover.

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Instead of buying all the furniture and replacing all the coverings, the owners decide to opt for a much faster and less expensive solution. They simply repaint the old tiles salmon pink, past fashion, a bright white signed Leroy Merlin, and distracts the La Redoute Interiors buffet and transforms it into a vanity unit. Even though it took 4 layers of paint to cover the unsightly tiles, and the application of a special varnish was necessary for the wooden furniture, the couple does not regret his choice: the result is bluffing, in two stages.

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Quilda vintage buffet, La Redoute. Washbasin YDDINGEN, Ikea. Industrial wall lamp, Jieldé.

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Some graphic touches awaken the decor of the renovated bathroom

Anne, who keeps a blog dedicated to the deco and lifestyle, was delighted to revamp his bathroom ! Thanks to her smart decorative eye, she managed to add cachet to the old-fashioned room by selecting chic and accessible pieces that she has distilled here and there.

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Quilda vintage buffet, La Redoute. Washbasin YDDINGEN, Ikea. Industrial wall lamp, Jieldé. Gatsby cement effect tile, Leroy Merlin.

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With a magic wand, the bathroom has traded its obsolete look against a modern and graphic style ! On the doorstep of the bathroom, a golden "sun" mirror warms the atmosphere and dresses the wall of the entrance of the room. On the ground, a Leroy Merlin tile effect cement tiles replaces the old cold and austere coating, and brings a touch of modernity well mastered the decor. An illustrated poster surrounded by a poster proudly stands on one of the walls of the bathroom.

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Juniqe poster.

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Inviting nature in the renovated bathroom

Despite the graphic elements of the decor, it has voluntarily remained sober and refined. A minimalism reinforced by thezen spirit and "nature" breathed by the owners. Here, the green plants have found their seats and bloom on the rim of the sink or tumble cascading along the wall shelves.

Wall shelf, Smallable.

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To dress the bath and bring a little comfort, a rough wooden bath deck overlaps the element. A herbarium and a vegetable poster finalize the spirit of well-being of the renovated bathroom.

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Bowl hand, Howne.

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Check out Anne's blog, The Dog with Blemishes, www.le-chien-a-taches.com

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