This project is what you would consider a complete gut job. This was a small master bathroom that had just the bare essentials, a sink, shower, and toilet and felt very cramped. There was a small closet in the master bedroom that was not needed that backed up to the bathroom. This closet allowed us to add about 18 sq feet to the bathroom. This added space made room for a tub instead of just a shower. We also added the window as there was no outside light. Most of the walls are inside walls but there was a small area once the closet was incorporated that was an outside wall where a window could be added.
We also incorporated a pocket door to help with the flow in the bathroom. Pocket doors are great in small spaces.
This is a bedroom makeover that we did for a 10 year old boy. The inspiration for the room was the Lamborghini Poster he purchased at a book fair. He wanted the walls to be green and then we used the picture to pick the accent colors of red and black. There were some brave parents to let a 10 year old pick such bold colors but I love how this room turned out.
The room started out with a textured grey-blue carpet and a textured wall paper.
You can see by the after pictures what a transformation this made. It is a small room but he was able to get all the essentials in and we were able to add some additional storage in the ends of the closet for all the stuff boys need.