Thursday, August 8, 2013

91 Bathroom Makeover Week! Day Three!

And these are the Days of Our Bathroom Lives.....

OK, so that wouldn't make the best soap opera title.  But that is what it is here at our abode.  Bathroom crazy town.  You can catch up on Day One here and Day Two here.

First, I totally adore and appreciate all of the virtual support over the mirror drama.  You sweet friends are seriously the best.  Gah, I am a lucky blogger.  And it totally was sad for me, but these things also happen to me enough that I can't let it get me down or impact the end result of the project.  I love love love to problem solve, so I am OK that it happened, am fairly sure I can work the mirror in somewhere else around our home, and if not, I will just have to either keep it in the family or sell it on Craigslist.  Those that are DIY crazed, probably understand that you win some, you lose some.

In fact, it was an excuse to get out of the house for a moment and check out other options.  And in the end, I am REALLY happy that it all went down the way it did.  I think the new mirror I found will be even better.   As I mentioned, my first stop was going to be HomeGoods.  Reason being, I wanted something a bit unique with the same ease as going to a Home Depot or Target.  There are probably many higher end stores within 50 minutes driving distance, or even stores that are complete gems for unique items and deals, however, I am on a budget and timeline so I went where I knew I would have oodles of options to select from.


After looking and digging, I continued to come back to the taller white mirror on the lower shelf.


I loved the height, that it was narrow enough we could put a light on either side and it had a small amount of detail, it wasn't too simple or too ornate.  I did notice that there were a few scuffs in the paint, and the glass wasn't tightly affixed to the frame.  This is the time when you have some negotiating power.  Being the fact that we have some minor DIY skills, I knew we could either touch up or paint the frame and we could also re-affix the mirror.  And after checking with a sales associate, they brought the price of the mirror down from $40 to $25.


I figured I would have good luck at HomeGoods, but I was also nervous for the fact that I might not find something there and would be sent on a wild goose chase all over the Twin Cities.  Wahoo for finding one at the first stop, something that rarely happens when in a DIY pinch.  I would say I won this round.

After another quick stop at Home Depot, I snagged the final items we needed to move forward with the project, such as our sconce junction boxes, a white outlet and two white switches and a few tools to get the floor going.

Speaking of flooring, after dinner and a game of Left, Right, Center with the kids {who else loves that game?}, I put the little guys to bed and the hubby got started on the floor.  He even took a few of the photos.  What a guy!  And speaking of photos, please remember that we are installing these items late at night with no natural light and only a table lamp.  My white balance was so messed up, so I really apologize.  I will be sure to mention when there are photos that show the truest colors.  Remember, I am not going for pin worthy here, I am going for "Let's get this bathroom done without any horror stories" worthy.

Let's quickly chat about the floors.  As I mentioned, we went with the same flooring we installed throughout our entire lower level.  It is the TrafficMaster Allure Ultra in Cinnamon Oak, which is stocked at our local Home Depot.  It is rubber, so it is great for areas with moisture, it also has gotten great reviews for bathrooms.  We wanted something that we could install ourselves, that would look pretty and that wouldn't cost a fortune.  Since we are already so familiar with this flooring, it didn't take long to decide it was the perfect fit for us.

All of the trim in the bathroom had already been removed, and this flooring can be installed right over the top of our previous laminate.  Score.

Here are the tools we used for this project:


There was an unfamiliar obstacle right off of the bat.  We had plumbing coming up from the floor that we needed to work around.  So Bryan found a bit for his drill approximately the same size as the plumbing, measured the distance from the plumbing to the wall, and measured and marked the same distance on the flooring.  Using the drill bit, he drilled right through the rubber floor.

{Bryan temporarily removed the rag from the floor drain to ensure that it did not get lost down inside while working over it - it is important to keep it stuffed when you are done working over this area.}

Once the hole was drilled, in order to slide the flooring around the piping, he used a tin snips to cut a single line from the hole to the edge of the flooring.

{true color}

The flooring floats, so no glue or nails, it is just a snap together flooring that can be cut with a utility knife.  Once it was the correct length, Bryan just bent the board to navigate it around the pipe.





The toilet drain was the next obstacle to navigate around.  However, the process was similar.  Only this time, he used a scrap piece of paper {shameless Etsy shop printable product placement}, and traced around it with a pencil and then cut it out.


From there, he used the same template to trace the cutout onto the flooring.


And used his Dremel to carefully cut out the circle.


Nice and pretty!


Same step was repeated for the next piece as well.

The flooring was going in fairly quickly.  A lot of measuring twice....


Cutting once.  To cut the flooring, he would just score it with the utility knife from the front and the back until it would separate with a nice clean edge.



The next step is to click the flooring into place.  To do so, it just wiggles and clicks in, and then with a scrap piece of flooring, Bryan used a pry bar to pull and tap it in nice and tight.  The scrap piece ensures the pry bar doesn't compromise the snap and lock system of the flooring already installed.


He also used his Dremel to cut around the vent.



He was over halfway done and through his first box of flooring, and decided to call it a night.  I offered to sing and tell jokes and be the comedy act that I am, if he would just stay up and finish it.... for some reason that idea wasn't appealing enough.  He went to bed.


SO pretty already!  It is absolutely incredible the difference it is making in the room.  I am drooling over the thought of the pretty white trim going in next.  It is going to be the show stopper game changer that brings it all together. 

OH!  And I installed the cabinet doors!  Before I went on my little shopping trip, I second coated the cabinets and vanity with paint.  And now it is ooh la la lovely!

{true color}

But before I put the doors on, can you guess what I did inside behind them?


Cleaned out the project clutter... and snagged a roll of shelf liner!


For anyone who works with this stuff, it can be grounds for foul language and feet stomping.  But I have found that if you peel a little back and stick it where you want it, and then slowly keep pulling the backing as you go, smoothing along the way.... it really isn't so bad!  


I had to do some pattern matching and patching pieces in around the tubing in the back of the cabinet, but when it was all said and done, no swears were spit out and it looked lovely!  And the utility knife was my new bff.


Just a nice and happy little surprise behind the cabinet doors.  It's the little things that will make this entire quickie bathroom, feel just that much more personal.  {I found the shelf liner on Amazon here}

So end of day three!  No limbs have been lost and no rushing to the ER, no fights have been had and drama even stayed away.  The mirror was a huge find and we made progress!  Although, it does seem that our list grows longer each day, even with all we are accomplishing!  Four days left to bring this bathroom home!

91 comments:

  1. I love how great the floor already looks with such a simple change- and that shelf liner is amazing!!!

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  2. Cracking up that he passed on the comedy act. I totally would have stayed up and listened to it! Darling shelf paper and really love the wood floor. What a difference!

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  3. Ooo, I LOVE how it's turning out! Can't wait to see it all finished!

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  4. oh my goodness, I am super impressed with how precise you are with the shelf paper. AMAZING! I wish I had the patience to do that, it really does look terrific!

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  5. I'm in the market for mirrors throughout our new house and saw that same mirror at our local Homegoods this weekend. I LOVE IT! Unfortunately, the one here was really busted up. :( I can't wait to see this bath all finished up!

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  6. That mirror was such a bargain! If you had the space, that round mirror (sort of sunburst-y) would have been lovely too. I applaud your patience with the shelf liner - it turned out really well!

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  7. Where do you get that pretty shelf paper?

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    1. I love looking at TJ Maxx, Marshalls & HomeGoods, however, this paper was from Amazon: http://amzn.to/14qIqYW.

      xo!
      Jen

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  8. I'm loving everything so far... It really looks great!

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  9. Yes...please share where you bought the shelf liner!

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    1. I love looking at TJ Maxx, Marshalls & HomeGoods for shelf liner, however, this paper was from Amazon: http://amzn.to/14qIqYW.

      xo!
      Jen

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  10. I can't believe that he went to bed so close to the finish line! It would have bugged me all night. In fact, I probably would have tried to finish it myself (and messed up at least twice in the process). Really looking good so far!

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    1. Haha, I get that! I really really wanted to finish it on my own. But I totally would have just made things worse. :)

      xo!
      Jen

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  11. Great mirror find. I am looking forward to the end result!

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  12. I am so excited everyday to check in on your progress!! That mirror is PERFECT and what a steal!!! Thank you for inspiring me to get off my butt and do some projects I've been sitting on! You are such an inspiration girl! Seriously! Quick question. I'm new to blogging and don't know if this is ok or not. Would it bother you if I mentioned your blog and put a link to it on one of my posts, or if I was inspired by one of your projects and did my own but mentioned where I got my inspiration? I'm not sure if that is rude or not, or if there is a certain way I should go about it??? You blog is one of my all time favorites! I would have nothing but praise to be said for your blog! :) Just let me know...and either way, I will still be a loyal reader!
    P.s. Your outfit is adorable in your homegoods mirror shot! :)
    Xo,
    Amber

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    1. Thank you SO much Amber! You are seriously sweet as pie! I sincerely appreciate you sharing my blog, it's never a problem to do so with links back. Again, very kind and appreciated!

      Thanks for being such a loyal reader! Virtual hugs to you! <3

      xo,
      Jen

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  13. Oh yeah, one more thing...what is Left, Right, and Center?? Sounds fun! :)
    xo,
    Amber

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    1. It is a dice and chip game that is easy peasy for peeps of all ages to play together. We found ours at Target and love to play a quick game or two after dinner with the kids.

      xo!
      Jen

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    2. Sweet! I'm gonna get it! Always love a good family game! And thanks so much for letting me talk about your amazing blog!:)I was nervous to ask...because I wasn't sure how that worked. You are THEE best!!!
      XO,
      Amber

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  14. Amazing! Hubby and installed hardwood flooring throughout our upstairs a few years back. Our friends can't believe we are still married after that one. LOL Love the color of the cabinets. And, so agree on installing shelf liner...I was that stomping mad person a month ago putting it in our daughter's new bath at the university!!

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  15. Kudos to you for scoring a deal on the mirror. I too love Home Goods and found a few things there. LOVE the blue cabinet and the floor is looking good!! And with the others, please share where you get your shelf paper. I am in need of something fun for an old dresser we bought for our daughter's room. We are updating that and I found a dresser for her room. She didn't want the desk, so I craigslisted that. The dresser is older and needs something in the drawers. Next spring, sanding and painting of that thing. Too many projects started now that need to be finished before snow fall.

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    1. Hi Michelle!

      I love looking at TJ Maxx, Marshalls & HomeGoods for shelf liner, however, this paper was from Amazon: http://amzn.to/14qIqYW.

      xo!
      Jen

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  16. Another shout out to the chevron shelf paper!!! Where does it come from????

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    1. Woop woop! The chevron shelf paper is rockin' it today!

      I love looking at TJ Maxx, Marshalls & HomeGoods for shelf liner, however, this paper was from Amazon: http://amzn.to/14qIqYW.

      xo!
      Jen

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  17. It's looking great! I love the daily updates, and I don't even care if the lighting isn't perfect.
    We also play LRC at our house- lots of laughs!

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  18. I'm loving the paint colour you used on the vanity. There's been a lot of wild colour out there lately, which is fun, but it's so nice to see something classic, and blue in bathrooms always looks so clean.

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  19. Everything is looking amazing! What is this game you speak of? Left, Right, Center? Never heard of it.

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    1. Oooh! It's a super fun game that anyone of any age can play and understand {which makes it perfect for our fam}. It's chips and dice and I found it at Target. We love to play a few games right after dinner.

      xo!
      Jen

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  20. LOVE the shelf liner - will you please share the source??
    Looking good!

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    1. Absolutely Shawna! I found it on Amazon: http://amzn.to/14qIqYW.

      xo!
      Jen

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  21. The cabinets looks amazing! I recently lined the cabinets in our new rental. Working with contact paper can be a challenge but I got the hang of it by the time I got to the second cabinet.

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  22. Looks great! Love the shelf liner, too! Would you mind sharing where it's from? Also, you bargained the price? I'm so afraid to do that even at rummage sales. ha! :) Glad to know that it can be done! Love the navy color too! In fact love everything!

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    1. Thanks Amy! I love looking at TJ Maxx, Marshalls & HomeGoods for shelf liner, however, this paper was from Amazon: http://amzn.to/14qIqYW. And yes, it never hurts to ask! I just showed them what was wrong with it and asked if they had any more in stock {which they didn't} so they offered me the discount. Wahoooooo!

      xo!
      Jen

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  23. I think the flooring is made of vinyl instead of rubber (according to the home depot website). Is that correct? Minor detail to most people I know. I just got really excited because I try to find safer and more sustainable options if possible. We need to redo our basement flooring and this would be a good option, especially if rubber and not PVC vinyl.

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    1. Hi Connie!

      Absolutely trust the website over me. I am sure it is vinyl as it states on the site, it just feels rubbery to me. :)

      xo,
      Jen

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  24. I am in love with EVERYTHING thus far! The paint job on the cabinet looks stunning and that floor is gorgeous.

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  25. It's coming together so nicely! I too am wondering where you got that pretty chevron paper. I've seen you mention finding some at HomeGoods before, but I can never find any. Do you happen to remember what department they're usually in? Can't wait to see the rest of "The Young and the Bathroomless."

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    1. Hi Emily!

      YES! The Young and the Bathroomless is another great title! I have been trying to think of a new one for each day, I will have to snag that one. Thank you!

      I love looking at TJ Maxx, Marshalls & HomeGoods for shelf liner, it is usually on a lower shelf in the kitchen section by gadgets and I typically have to dig. However, this paper was from Amazon: http://amzn.to/14qIqYW.

      xo!
      Jen

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    2. Thanks, Jen! You're so sweet to answer. I feel totally ridiculous asking you questions about my local HomeGoods when you're a couple states away, but I'm desperate! (and since they aren't open at 2am I'm off to amazon) Thanks again!

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  26. Another reader here wondering about the game "Left,Right, Center". Please share what it is and how to play ( rules, equipment, etc.) Thanks!

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    1. It is a dice and chip game that is easy peasy for peeps of all ages to play together. We found ours at Target and love to play a quick game or two after dinner with the kids.

      xo!
      Jen

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  27. Way to go on the contact paper! The floors look fabulous. I am anxiously awaiting tomorrow's progress.

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  28. Ooh, I love how everything is shaping up! It's so exciting to see a room come together one piece at a time. I've been thinking about painting our vanity a dark colour, navy or black, and seeing yours is definitely selling me on the navy!

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  29. Wow, what a difference! That floor is definitely a game changer...and so great that you can just install it over the existing linoleum! Hmm, I know of a couple floors around here that could use a change...
    Also interested in the shelf liner...I saw some pretty ones at Target last week but nothing that dramatic!

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    1. Thank you Elizabeth! Yes, the floating floor is SUPER convenient and a nice and dramatic difference.

      The shelf liner was from Amazon: http://amzn.to/14qIqYW.

      xo!
      Jen

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  30. We LOVE Left, Right, Center! So much fun! You can find it by the check out at Party supply stores, or by the playing cards in Target/Walmart.

    The bathroom looks great, and it's inspiring me to go choose paint for our downstairs bathroom vanity!

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  31. Love the chevron flooring in the cabinet, bathroom flooring great choice of color and I'm smitten with the mirror you picked out! Home Goods is the place for chic mirrors, I have one for my living room it was a steal also, at $19.99! Can't wait to see the finished product.

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    1. That is a steal! I can't even find them at thrift stores that cheap half of the time!

      xo!
      Jen

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    2. Wow! I had no idea it was THAT good of a deal! :) Thanks for your reply. And sorry if you get this comment twice I wasn't logged in correctly but I just received an email from Container Store about their new color blocking bins and they instantly reminded me of you! I'm thinking you might have already laid your eyes on them but just wanted to post in case you haven't check them out yet. :)

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  32. We installed the same brand of resilient flooring (but Kentucky Oak in Espresso) a year ago and love it still. Your cabinet color is gorgeous. Looking forward to the soon approaching reveal, but process is my favorite part of a remodel in action. :)

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  33. Add me to the list of people who want to know where you got the shelf paper.......everything I have available locally is floral (circa 1985), grey, or faux wood grain.....

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    1. I love looking at TJ Maxx, Marshalls & HomeGoods for shelf liner, however, this paper was from Amazon: http://amzn.to/14qIqYW.

      xo!
      Jen

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  34. I have been reading your blog for months now, and I'm not really one for commenting, but I just had to say I am LOVING this blog-as-you-go kind of blogging and it makes me so much more invested in what you are doing (as opposed to so many blogs I see where you post the final reveal and then go back and post how-to's on the projects that make up the reveal)

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    1. Thank you Erin! I have been having fun with it this week!

      xo,
      Jen

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  35. Amazon sells the "chevron shelf liner".

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  36. Loving the progress, will be tuning back in tomorrow.

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  37. I too am loving watching your bathroom change. It's inspiring to see this DIY. I'm not sure my husband or I for that matter are as handy. We will probably hire out when the times comes. I must say that I love shopping at home goods and thanks to you Jen, I now look at items that are not in the best condition to see how I can change them and make it work for me! P.S. My family has been playing Right, Center Left for about 3 years now. It is popular with crowds on the holiday and other gatherings. (We play with 3 dollars each with one person winning the pot. Kids love it)

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  38. Love it so far! We used the same shelf liner in our bathroom closet. We just finished a major reno and the closet had to be updated as well- and we also got the liner from Amazon!

    I'd love to share a pic, I was channeling my inner "I <3 Organizing" when I did this closet!

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  39. Can't wait to see the finished product! It looks gorge! xo

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  40. Where did you find your shelf liner??

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  41. Sooo cute! love that shelf paper and the mirror is a deal!

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  42. always love your posts! such a great inspiration! thanks for sharing! :)

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  43. Hi
    Love the progress so far. Quick question off of the subject of your bathroom,=What is your menu plan for this weekend when your guests come? Have a great day. Jane

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  44. Hi Jen! I only recently started following your blog, and I just want to say - you are such an inspiration! Watching your bathroom makeover makes me feel like I could potentially do something like this. I'm crafty, but I've never done any sort of home renovation before. It looks intimidating! I was wondering - how do you budget your projects? Do you save up ahead of time? Sorry if that's too personal a question! The bathroom looks AMAZING, I can't wait to see it finished!! :D

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    1. Hi Steph!

      Thank you so much!

      I am hoping to cover budget at the end of the makeover. We absolutely always have a budget for home improvement projects, and I use a little printable I whipped up to help keep us on track with projects like these.

      Stay tuned!

      xo,
      Jen

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  45. It looks so good so far!! I can't wait to see what happens today! I LOVE your page!

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  46. Woah your hubby can get it done! Flooring looks like it can be a pain but it looks like you guys are well on your way!

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  47. I am loving the floor and paint tips! Great job so far!!!

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  48. How did you clean/treat your existing flooring before putting the new stuff over it?

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    1. Just gave it a good scrubbing/mopping.

      xo!
      Jen

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  49. Love that you always add a special touch. And the flooring looks fab in there!

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  50. Can you give the link to your other project where you used the vinyl wood flooring? It looks like it might be a great option for our basement!

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    1. We actually never posted about the install and process with our lower level. It just happened much too fast and I was a bad blogger. :) However, you can see after photos within our home tour tab above and I would be happy to answer any questions.

      xo,
      Jen

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    2. I have a question re: the floor in the basement. Ours is unfinished, but very SO slowly finishing it. Looking at all kinds of options. Our one issue with our floors in the basement, they are SO cold! How are yours with the cold concrete under? We do have wiring pulled for putting in floor heat in the bathroom... wanting to put some sort of tile on the floor in there. But the family room is where we are really debating. Thanks for the tip on where to find the contact paper. Will be heading to Woodbury this weekend. ;)

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    3. Hi Michelle!

      They are absolutely a little chilly. We just use nice, thick rugs on top of it to keep our feet warm. We felt for us, this was the best solution since we are prone to water in the lower level. The rugs really help, and the floors look lovely. :)

      xo,
      Jen

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    4. Hi Jen,

      I've never been able to get these floors out of my head, and we're considering them for our basement. Do you still love them after living with them for years?

      Thanks!

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    5. Absolutely! Easy to clean and still look great! They really give off the look of wood floors with the durability and moisture resistance of vinyl.

      xo!

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  51. I now know I need a dremel and am already scouring the shelf liners on Amazon! The bathroom looks amazing!

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  52. looks fabulous, we are wanting to do this in our bathroom.

    Your supply list picture is deceiving though, it should also include a drill & drill bit, wire snips and Dremel.

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    1. Hi Paige!

      Totally did forget to include those other tools in the picture, but they are not required to install the floor. The floor is intended to be installed with a utility knife, we just used the other tools since we felt they would make a few of the jobs quicker and easier. :)

      xo,
      Jen

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  53. i love these new floors! i want them in my bathroom now! do they feel like laminate wood flooring?

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  54. Just read part 1, 2, and 3! Can't wait for more. I'm sometimes intimidated my these larger DIY projects, but you make it seem so manageable. Thanks for sharing!

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  55. Are the floors the exact ones you linked to? Yours look darker than the ones on the HD site.

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    1. Yep! Same ones Carrie. I believe you can see them in person at most HD stores prior to purchasing, the stores in our area have displays of the different Allure Ultra options.

      xoxo!

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  56. Renee in MichiganApril 23, 2015 at 9:00 AM

    Hi Jen
    I loved the way your floor turned out in the downstairs bathroom and decided to do the same in my master bath after our builder installed tile started cracking after not even 5 years. Anyways I was reading about the install and how your hubby cut a slit so he could slide the flooring around the toilet hook up. Did he do anything to seal the cut after install to insure water wouldn't get in if there was ever and issue with the toilet or messes from the boys(I have two boys not counting hubby ;) so I know how it is ) ? I posted on your Facebook page as well and I also sent an email. Wasn't sure the best way to reach you. So ignore those if you reply here first 😉I am installing the floors today and hope to finish up the bathroom remodel by next week. I'm adding board and batten in the bathroom as well since everything is removed. Thanks so much for the inspiration and empowerment your blog gives me.

    Renee in Michigan

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    1. Hi Renee,

      We didn't do anything to seal it, because it was far enough back and such a small slit we felt it would be OK. However, they do make a brown silicone caulk that you could absolutely use just to be safe. :) Best of luck with your install!

      xoxo

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  57. Jen, just feeling especially grateful for you and your blog today! I've been reading for years and think you do an amazing job and have impeccable style! We are embarking on our first One Room Challenge and right off the bat, hit a problem. We have a new vanity we found on clearance that is slightly smaller than our old one. We discovered that the floor is not tiled under the original vanity. With no money and time in the budget for demoing the existing tile floor and retiling, I remembered this post! This is the perfect solution to our problem!!! Thanks for sharing all your organizing and DIY projects! I can't tell you how many times your posts have inspired me and helped me solve a problem! Sending you big internet hugs this morning!

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  58. Oh and I forgot to ask, did you use the 75lb roller to seal the floors like it says in the demo video or were you able to get by without that? Here's the demo video from the product page on HD. http://www.homedepot.com/p/TrafficMASTER-Allure-6-in-x-36-in-Country-Pine-Resilient-Vinyl-Plank-Flooring-24-sq-ft-case-33114/100594661

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    1. Hi Samantha!! Thank you so much for the kind comments and best of luck with your one room challenge! :) We did not use the roller, but we wish we would have in our lower level as we did have one spot separate (although our bathrooms have been completely fine). Fixing the seperation was a bit of a pain so it may be worth it to find a way to really seal those grooves.

      Thanks again!!

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