We made several design upgrade choices when we were building because we knew that some things our builder would not be able to accomplish with the restrictions they have placed on them (they aren't custom builders but are incredible none the less). In our Master Bath (and all the other baths for that matter) we had them put clips on the mirror as opposed to glue so it could be easily removed and replaced with something more aesthetically appealing. Unscrewing a few clips makes for a much easier removal than ripping glued drywall, trust me.
**Side Note** Something you will learn about me, I like to test the waters. I get a vision/plan and feel confident but like trying things in small doses before I over commit (I recommend this to my clients as well, "Oh, you love this pattern? Well, let's use it in some throw pillows or a piece of art before we commit your entire house to it"). Now, don't get me wrong, I love a blood pattern and am NOT afraid to use it. Just remember that trends are just that, trends. They are not timeless classics and you will eventually tire of them.**Side Note Over**
When we did our brick wall in the mudroom it was all in preparation to try in the bathroom. So, that brings me to our latest update. We bought a few more sheets of our favorite faux brick paneling and used the same Sherwin Williams paint from the previous DIY and we were ready to go! After removing the mirror, we installed the brick paneling. Using an air compressed nail gun made for a quick install (aside from cutting holes for the light fixtures)! After that, we trimmed it and caulked the seams to create a cleaner look. Next, we removed the original lights and installed the new ones that I had ordered. I found some great black mirrors at Home Goods that fit the space perfectly. The price and style were just what I was looking for.
We had to wait a few days for my marble shelves to arrive but once they did, everything came together. I am so happy with the result and even happier with the cost. Do not be scared to DIY and ditch the builder grade look. You will make your house a home and it will reflect your style.