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Mini Suite Bathroom Makeover

Just because you have a smaller space to work with, doesn’t mean you cannot have a mini spa bathroom of your dreams! Thanks to Home Outlet, formerly Barton’s Home and Surplus Warehouse, I was able to build the bathroom of my dreams on a major budget! In this post, I am sharing my reveal and also showcasing some of the materials available at Home Outlet!


First, let’s start with this beautiful tile floor. I really wanted a marble look but of course, didn’t have the budget for the real thing. This oversized, marbleized, shiney tile was exactly what I needed to get the look for less. There are so many different tile options they offer from porcelain tile to ceramic tile and everything in between.


Tile isn’t only for the floor. If you want a walk in shower, you will need tile for this as well. I found some very affordable subway tile for the walls and octagon tile pieces for the flooring. I even had my contractors cut in to one of the side walls to make a little shelf for additional storage. I love the Fieldcrest bathroom brand at target and accented my space with their cozy, non-slip bathmats.

As you can see, I have a large bathroom window and I have decided not to put up blinds. Instead, I am using a window tint! Window tints can also be used as a way to decorate your home. For example, my bathroom window. In such cases where I do not want to use a window treatment, frosted window tint works great because it can act as a decorative barrier on your window while keeping out any prying eyes.


The bathroom vanity area was very important to me. I have tons of bath, hair, and makeup products so I needed something with plenty of space but that would fit in my mini suite. There were so many choices at Home Outlet but ultimately, I fell in love with this piece.


OK, so talking about a toilet seems weird but even their “thrones” were unique. I have never viewed a toilet as “pretty,” but doesn’t this one look so feminine?

Not familiar with Home Outlet? 
Over that past year, E.C. Barton & Company has been working to rebrand their discount divisions, Bargain Outlet and Surplus Warehouse, under one name. That research included a pilot that has been running in select markets under the name Barton’s Home Improvement which is when I had the opportunity to visit for my project. They have concluded their research and now all locations will become Home Outlet | Kitchens, Baths, Floors and More. This includes our local Memphis store, as well as just under a hundred other locations throughout the Eastern United States. Aside from some cosmetic changes, everything I loved about my visit will remain the same: Friendly and knowledgeable staff and quality products at a great value. Click here to access their store locator.


Only having been in my new home for a year, there are so many other updating projects I plan on completing with Home Outlet. Next, my wine closet! Stay tuned.

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  • Reply
    Candy Rachelle
    March 31, 2020 at 8:42 pm

    You did a beautiful job. I love the crispness of it!

    Candy Rachelle
    Keeping Up With Candy

    • Reply
      Alexandra Nicole
      April 1, 2020 at 8:51 am

      Thank you so much Candy!!! 🙂 xoxo

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    April 22, 2021 at 4:02 pm

    This is soo pretty! kitchen remodel near me

    • Reply
      Alexandra Nicole
      April 26, 2021 at 12:50 pm

      Than you so so much!!!

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    Things to Incorporate into Your Shower - City Chic Living |Most Popular Mom Blog
    March 3, 2022 at 1:36 pm

    […] First things first, make sure your bathroom is the perfect environment for a stress-free shower routine. This means it’s clutter-free and clean. If your bathroom doesn’t spark joy, then consider overhauling the space. You can get inspiration from my mini suite bathroom makeover. […]

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