Master Bathroom Source List and Budget Breakdown

Last week I shared my master bathroom makeover as part of the One Room Challenge. If you haven’t seen the big reveal, check it out here. I promised a source list and budget breakdown post, so here it is. Some of the items I updated/installed before the challenge, so I’m not going to count them in the budget, but I’ve added them to the source list for reference.

Source List:

Wall Color – Stone Age by Valspar
Vanity Color – Ultra Pure White by Behr

Light Fixture - Home Depot
Countertop – St. Paul custom vanity top from Home Depot
Replacement Drawer/Drawer Fronts – Horizon Cabinet Door Co.
Drawer Pulls – Martha Stewart Polished Nickel from Home Depot
Glass Jar for Q-tips – Goodwill
Tissue Box Holder - Savers
Medicine Cabinets – Home Depot (more details here)
Frame – Michael’s
Artwork – DIY project (inspired by this artwork)
Towels – Threshold Textured towels from Target
Trashcan – Amazon/DIY project (more details here)
Towel Rod – allen + roth Raleigh line from Lowe’s (more details here)
Toilet Paper Holder – allen + roth Raleigh line from Lowe’s
Shower Curtain – eBay (originally from Target, but no longer in stores)
Shower Curtain Rings – Shabby Chic line from Target

One Room Challenge Budget Breakdown:

Wall Paint: $25.92
Vanity Paint: $12.58
Countertop: $744.46
Caulking: $6.53
Replacement drawer: $17.93
Drawer Fronts: $58.68
Drawer Pulls: $4.48 x 6 = $26.88
Hinges: $2.98 x 3 = $8.94
Misc Plumbing Parts: $19.27
Trim for Mirror: $9.12 x 5 = $45.60
Glass Jar (q-tip holder): $1.49
Picture Frame: $24.79
Artwork: free
Bath Towels/Hand Towels/Wash Cloths: $74.87
Shower Curtain: $24.99
TOTAL: $1092.93

I don’t think that’s too bad for a bathroom makeover. 70% of that is the countertop, which was totally worth it. Also, it would have been $20 less if I hadn’t screwed up cutting two of the trim pieces for the mirror. I cut them too short, so I had to buy 2 more pieces. haha, whoops!

Oh, and I mentioned in the reveal that I was thinking about adding a pull to the false drawer front and a few of you agreed. It was a quick/easy update, but I think it looks so much better. Thanks to Thanh for originally pointing it out!

So, let’s quickly talk about what’s left to do…I still need to re-caulk around the shower and I’m still on the lookout for a few more accessories, including a rug. One of these days I’d love to switch up the door so that it opens out into the bedroom. That would give the small bathroom so much more space. Other than that, I’m calling this bathroom done!

Paint Room
Replace Missing Drawer
Fix Original Drawer and Add Drawer Front

Install Replacement False Drawer Front
Paint Vanity
Add Pulls to Doors /Drawers
New Countertop
Frame Large Mirror
New Shower Curtain
New Towels
Re-Caulk Shower

Buy Bath Mat


  1. It looks great, Sam! I especially love your vanity color. The whole room looks so bright now.

  2. It looks so good! The counter was totally worth it. It looks like a brand new bathroom!


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