Andi & Dean’s before and after master bathroom

Andi and Dean are a couple that decided to buy their own apartment in San Francisco last year. The apartment wasn’t in the best shape so they’ve decided to renovate and remodel it. The couple started to do that room by room and they were very careful with the budget. Let’s take a look at what they’ve managed to do with the master bathroom.

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The couple saw some Anne Sacks tiles that really loved but they were over budged so they had to search for something else. They found a similar offer for less. The walls were covered with classic subway tiles and painted in a soft tone of green. For the sink, the couple found a very nice model at Restoration Hardware but it cost $1,200, not a very attractive price. After some research, they found this beautiful metal base cabinet at Restoration Hardware Outlet and they only paid one third of the price for it.

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Furthermore, the original 1890s bathtub needed to be restored and this became Andi’s job. First the exterior of the cast iron tub was sanded, then it was primed with rustoleum, after which the tub was painted with a flat grey paint and finished with sealant. The shower was restored by a nearby company and they’ve managed to give it a fresh finish while still preserving and vintage beauty. This is how you can restore your bathroom without spending too much. Maybe Andi and Dean could teach you some tricks for the rooms as well.{found on apartmenttherapy}