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Matt Muenster: Paul and Michelle were looking for a quick fix for there bath with modern updates they could themselves. They’re ready to do the work themselves with my help of course. Well you guys will see we can sneak in this bathroom, this is a little tired in your other bath. Paul: Yeah absolutely. Matt Muenster: I definitely want to keep the vanity top I think that’s fine and this faucet actually kind a great too. Michelle: The faucet was my touch, I put that in. Matt Muenster: You put this on yourself? Michelle: I did. Matt Muenster: That’s kind of a lie, good effort. Colors can make all the difference in here I think so here is what I have in mind. Will keep the vanity but giving an update by replacing the wood panels on the doors with frosty glass inserts that will be left from behind the chandelier Michelle found will be install above the vanity, will keep there mirror but we are going to re-cut and frame to accent the lighting. Will add a cool personal touch by hanging in original piece of art on the wall to break up the walls we are going to use a time saving trick to make professional looking stripes in no time and of course will add color everywhere even on the ceiling. We want to make this bathroom look as good as there master bath but this time at the fraction of the cost, seems you guys two days, couple days to spend here. Michelle: That was quick. Matt Muenster: Yeah, and I don’t think you really broke the bank. Michelle: No, I think we stayed under 3000. Paul: I think the number like 2800. Matt Muenster: 2800, $2000 now you have this bathroom that can stand up to your master bath. Paul: I anticipated when we are going to redo about from that we spend a lot more than we did so I was very please with the how to came out. Michelle: When I walking to the bathroom now, I feel it’s very peaceful and inviting, I think that color really change a lot. Paul: Painting I think was actually the trickiest part that was really nervous about making sure all the lenses were real straight. Matt Muenster: I think the mirror was kind to select I mean we pop that think up and I think that’s 45 minutes to taking us a day or better and that’s not including in finishing and that thing was cool. Paul: I think the shower doors are great, the artwork on that is really impressive. It looks a lot playing on that one. Michelle: I like how the cabinets turned out at the beginning they were not really our style and once we pop out that meadow would ease and put into froze the glass and made in modern and contemporary. Paul: A couple of my favorite things in the bathroom are definitely this chandelier because I was a kind of the foundation for what we are doing and the mosaic because it’s really personal. Michelle: The mosaic is beautiful and I really like the touches that bring our family into the peace. Paul: No more builders stock stuff, now it’s personal, now it’s ours. Matt Muenster: For the money, wow I mean what a big change especially that we didn’t touch some of these things we don’t have contact at the faucet on and for the most part with that the finish of the cabin alone. And everything else and looks like we’ve touch everything for 2300 bucks I really can’t believe it.
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