Easy Bathroom Remodel with Moen Boardwalk Faucet
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Moen, Incorporated. All opinions are 100% mine.
A bathroom remodel can be quick, easy and simple! Even just the change of the faucet can make a huge difference.
Our downstairs bathroom has needed a bathroom remodel since we moved in. It’s just a half-bath but it’s the most used bathroom in our home. About 3 years ago we put down peel and stick vinyl flooring. We decided we wanted to paint the bathroom light blue and happened to find a $5 mistinted gallon of paint at the hardware store so we got the walls painted. The last project has been to replace the bathroom vanity, sink and faucet.
As you can see our old sink was just a pedestal sink and I had no storage atll in this bathroom. I added a medicine cabinet above the toilet, but towels, a first aid kit, brushes and other bathroom necessities were left out in the open on a wire shelf unit. The mirror was a bathroom deor project that didn’t quite work.
The old faucet was whatever the builder put in when they built or home. It wasn’t my favorite and it dripped constantly. It definitely needed to go.
When Moen offered to send us a Moen Boardwalk Centerset bathroom faucet in Chrome I knew it was time to find a new vanity and finish the bathroom. I couldn’t put that gorgeous faucet on my old, ugly sink.
The first task was to remove the old sink and faucet. It came off really easily and without doing any damage to wall or floor.
Next we placed the new vanity in the space. Not only does it have doors, it also has a drawer on the bottome. I absolutely love it! The vanity came all put together in once piece so this was super easy.
Once the vanity was set up, it was time to install the faucet on to the sink. We’ve replaced three other bathroom faucets in our home already so my husband had a good idea howt do it, but he really just follows the directions included in the box. If you are just replacing the faucet, and not the entire vanity, you will need to work below the sink a bit to get the faucet all hooked up. It’s not hard at all.
My husband only used wrenches to install the faucet. It’s mosly just a lot of hooking up the hoses in to the sink and turning and tightening!
This is the bottom of the sink all hooked up and ready to go! We hooked everything up first before we caulked the sink in place to make sure everything fit correctly.
Once we knew everything fit, we caulked the sink to place on top of the vanity and let it dry for a few hours. I love the look of the Moan Boardwalk faucet!
The new look! To say I’m thrilled would be an understatement. I have storage. I have lots of space to decorate on the sink. I have a gorgeous Moen Boardwalk faucet that runs water smooth as butter! The entire project took us about 3 hours total.
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