Two and a half years ago we bought this house, and for two years and three months we lived with it like this:
Technically when we moved in we painted the walls white so we didn’t live with those green walls, but its been pretty eye-scrapingly bad since then. I put it off forever because demo-ing and redesigning a bathroom is expensive, loud, disruptive, and time consuming. But it’s happening.
Here are some sneak peeks into the process. I’ll write a full post with all the details, costs, process, and tips when we shoot it (in 3 weeks or so, waiting on a couple more items).
Here is the product plan we ended up going with. I think it’s fairly accurate, although I may switch out the mirror (it was something that I already had) to be frameless or just not gold because there is a lot of aged brass in there right now and, while I love it, I want to make sure that I have balance, too.
I can’t tell you how lovely it is to have it almost finished.
Stay tuned for the full reveal coming to a blog near you soon.
1. Tolson Toilet Paper Bar | 2. Duravit Toilet & Bowl | 3. Erin Adams Designs Lee Tile | 4. Vintage Midcentury Dresser (similar) | 5. Graydon Sconce | 6. Higgins Mirror | 7. Tolson Double Towel Bar | 8. Tolson Towel Ring | 9. Chaine Homme Tile | 10. Tolson Thermostatic Tub Shower Suite & Shower Head | 11. Mirabelle Tub | 12. Tolson Wall Mount Faucet | 13. Duravit Vessel
Need more bathroom inspiration? Check out these: Master Bathroom Reveal, Brady Gives A Refresh To His Vintage Bathroom, Pink and White Bathroom Roundup, Utilitarian and Chic: The Bathroom, The Bohemian Bathroom, “House of the Year” Bathroom Makeover.