Last week I shared we purchased an RV stuck in the 70s. We have been diligently remodeling it to get ready for this year’s camping season. You can check out my RV Kitchen Remodel article, in case you missed it. Today I want to share our bathroom RV transformation.
This post is a sponsored in collaboration with Simple Coat. I was given a sample to help facilitate my review. All comments and opinions are my own.
Pictured above is the “before” of what we started with. I have to say it was the smallest room yet WOW, it needed a facelift. In my opinion of course, some of you might have been fine leaving it the way it was.
I first took out all of the stuff left behind and just gave it a good ol’ scrub down! Then, I painted the walls using a water sealer to help keep moisture from ever being an issue in here. Next I addressed the bathroom vanity/counter tops. I used SimpleCoat’s non-toxic multi-surface treatment. It helps to effectively seal and protects surfaces. I like making natural textures look brand new and perfectly polished with out any high end costs.
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This photo above is what it looks like after we finished the revamp in the bathroom. I replaced the “vanity” with black brackets to hold the countertop up more securely. I replaced the flooring, shower curtain and fixtures. This FABULOUS mirror was a thrift store found my mother scored for $8 ya’ll!!
Thanks Mom ♥
By using the SimpleCoat it also shields surfaces from liquids, stains, odors, and fingerprints. Wipe on with a soft cloth, wipe off excess. No drying time Non-toxic, eco-friendly formula safe around children and pets! It helped complete our very small counter yet worth the step!
What do you think of our RV Bathroom Remodel??
Have any recommendations of what we should do next??