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I could clean it and it never stayed clean, and it was just a guy’s bathroom. So, Jackie, you said you wanted to get rid of the wallpaper. Danny Lipford: We can get this done in just a couple of days. Jackie Cruthirds: Gosh, it just needs so much work.

Now I understand your husband Brian is going to be the night shift here, huh? The mirror has no frame, wallpaper’s been up for years that needs to be redone. Jackie Cruthirds: You better go behind me and check in case I missed any spots. As soon as the sanding is complete, we apply a second, thin coat of drywall compound.

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There’s nothing wrong with the before (minus the dust 🙂 )…it’s perfectly functional, but a little dated & just not my style.

We choose not to replace it because we’re trying to cut costs wherever we can to stay close to our $1K budget goal.

Even so, I’m still going to give Allen a hard time about it. And again, it’s important that the showerhead—just like that—is soaking in the vinegar. Jackie Cruthirds: See, I taught you something, Allen. Danny Lipford: In spite of the close quarters and a vertically challenged helper, Allen soon has the crown molding completed.

There are a few places that will still require a little drywall joint compound, but that’s always a possibility when you remove wallpaper. You start pulling off that wallpaper, you think it’s coming off nice but the glue layer just hung on a little tighter than I wanted. We’re going to twist that around there so it hold nice and tight.

I couldn’t let all that extra space go to waste, especially in a little house which is so desperate for storage!

I decided I would finish the area & we could still use it to keep items that we don’t use very often. Some of the plaster was crumbling around the edges, and I was too cheap to buy the supplies to repair it, so I attached some extra paint sticks around the perimeter to act as super thin, makeshift trim. Of course, with a sweet new mirror, our existing light fixture was looking a little sad.

We've shown you how to frame a basic builder grade mirror (and here's another method), and it is one of the easiest jobs to DIY in a bathroom makeover.

But our guest today not only framed her mirror, she moved it to behind the tub to make this gorgeous space!

Staring all day at photos of enviable bathrooms full of bold tile floors, brand new fixtures, dreamy cabinets and claw foot tubs made for soaking in, it can be easy to get discouraged and focus on what you do when you rent (or if you own but don't have a huge budget for renovations).

But just because you can't tear everything out and start over doesn't mean you can't make your bathroom more beautiful.

Our old old medicine cabinet & mirror was definitely begging for a makeover.

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