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AnotherPark Model Manufactured Home Bathroom Renovation

Believe it or not, we were hired to do ANOTHER park model bathroom! This time with almost the exact lay out as the previous one (see past blog post for the first park model bathroom reno!) and this client wanted another fun pop of blue!

This park model was a little different. This one is plumbed just like a sticks and bricks house, so no tanks and this toilet was exactly the same as a toilet you'd put in a regular house (as opposed to the RV toilet that was put in our last park model renovation).

This old shower drain was also plumbed above the subfloor, so we had to do some re-working of the plumbing to make sure our clients could get the walk in shower they wanted. Here is what I did to make this renovation happen!

Before After

We started off with demo and took every part of this bathroom out. Then we installed the new shower pan, shower surround, and new glass doors. We also installed a safety bar for these clients and a brand new shower head and diverter. By raising the shower head and lowering the pan, we made this shower actually USABLE!

We installed new sheet vinyl flooring and I LOVE this fun pop in here. It's such a unique way to add some personality while also staying budget friendly and ensuring that the flooring is completely waterproof.

I primed the walls with STIX primer and then added these wainscoting panels to the bottom half of the walls. I painted both the walls and the wainscoting with Benjamin Moore Scuff X in Satin finish. (Paint colors below)

We installed a new vanity and cultured marble sink, new faucet, new recessed medicine cabinet, new lighting, new toilet, and a storage cabinet above the toilet for some much needed storage space.

Here are the links to everything I used in this space!

Paint Colors:

White Wainscoting and Ceiling: Benjamin Moore Simply White in Scuff X Satin

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Heard you on an RV renovation podcast and then found your website. I love your work and thanks for all the education you do!

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