Aqua/lime sherbet colored tile is the best! I knew I wanted to rip this out the day we looked at the house. Nevertheless, I loved the home, neighborhood, location, and layout. We could overlook the lime-y bathroom. Now, the moment you've been waiting for (with bated breath I know)... the after photos.
A new robe hook, for moi!
In hindsight, I may have installed a hook for hand towels too instead of a towel bar. It actually makes the bathroom look neat and tidy when the towels are on the hook. Instead, we sploppily hang our hand towels on the towel bar.
The placement of the toilet paper holder was much-debated. I think we made the right decision. We'll find out when little T starts potty training if he can actually reach it!
Check out that beautiful tile! the grout really blends in well. I love the natural stone look of this ceramic tile. Plus, our shiny new tub. I also believe our tub got curb-cycled. That was probably for scrap metal though.
The install of this Delta faucet replacement went much better than the first bathroom. I already knew what I was doing even though it's fairly complex (it had 3 different install options depending on the kind of faucet you were replacing, so I had to figure out which type we were). It's so shiny and clean.
Check out the wainscoting! Doesn't that look crisp and clean? I love how it brightens the bathroom.
Freshly painted closet doors equipped with brushed nickel hinges and handles. We also replaced the outlets, switches, and covers with white instead of cream.
I love having a two sink vanity. I worried that having less counter space would be a problem-- it hasn't been. It forces me to keep the bathroom tidy. Plus, I have two drawers to stash all of my junk. :)
I love this mosaic backsplash! It's just a little flash of interest behind the vanity. The pour style faucets have also been a huge hit among guests at our house. We purchased this foaming soap dispenser from Meijer. It was more costly than I prefer, but it really does look better than a plastic bottle.
The vanity is a few inches wider, but everything still fits! There's even enough room for a small trash can next to the toilet.
Sullivan is pretty happy with this renovation; he especially loves the plush new rugs.
This is a total transformation. I can't think of much that I would have changed now that we've been living with it for a year. Maybe a hook for the hand towels instead of a towel bar, but that's pretty minimal. Even now, I still stare in awe at the gorgeous new look of this room.
Our DIY projects have slowed since Turner joined our family almost 9 months ago. We tackled most of the major projects before he was born (new flooring, kitchen, 2 bathrooms, etc.). Pretty soon, he'll be swinging a hammer too! We have managed to tackle a few projects that I'll be back to post!