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Mum shows off epic $2600 bathroom transformation

Young woman’s husband and father-in-law spend New Year’s Eve transforming her outdated bathroom – and the results are stunning

  • Gabrielle Connelly from Banora Point in northern NSW shared renovation photos
  • The young mum said her husband and father-in-law transformed her bathroom
  • She revealed it took a day for all the work to be done and loves the new space


A busy mum has proudly shown off pictures of her dream bathroom – after her husband and father-in-law spent New Year’s Eve on the epic transformation.

Gabrielle Connelly from Banora Point in northern NSW told FEMAIL it took longer to choose the new bathroom fixtures than it did to install them.

‘It is the best $2,600 I have ever spent,’ she said, posting the pictures on Facebook. 

A busy mum has shown off before and after photos of her bathroom transformation

The mum said she changed the taps, window dressings, vanity and sink to transform the bathroom

The mum said she changed the taps, window dressings, vanity and sink to transform the bathroom

Gabrielle Connelly is from Banora Point in northern NSW - she said the renovation took less than a day to complete

Gabrielle Connelly is from Banora Point in northern NSW – she said the renovation took less than a day to complete

The family swapped out the vanity, mirror, tap wear and window dressing and added stylish towel hooks to change the entire look of the bathroom.

The upgrades complement the home’s coastal aesthetic without having to change any structural elements or upgrade the tiles. 

She said the inspiration for the bathroom was 'Byron Bay beach vibes'

She said the inspiration for the bathroom was ‘Byron Bay beach vibes’

She was impressed with her husband's effort to meet the brief

She was impressed with her husband’s effort to meet the brief

‘Totally fits my Byron Bay retreat inspo brief I gave my husband,’ she said.

Gabrielle said the bathroom wasn’t finished as she would like to add a frameless shower screen and modern toilet. 

She believes the $900 cost for the finishing touches is well worth it.

Gabrielle said it took longer to find the right fittings in the shop than it did to install them

She wanted to renovate her bathroom without having to do anything too structural

Gabrielle said it took longer to find the right fittings in the shop than it did to install them

The new vanity and mirror are definitely an upgrade from the older style she previously had

The new vanity and mirror are definitely an upgrade from the older style she previously had

People commenting on her before and after pictures loved the result.

‘This has given me so much inspiration – looks awesome, well done,’ one woman said. 

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