Well, the bathroom
is 90% done, but I couldn’t wait to share the progress! As small as the space is, it feels twice the size it was before
, with the removal of the old shower and the use of a wall mount sink. Now all that is left is to find a shower curtain rod/hanging solution, install various accessories (like toilet paper and towel holders), possibly add a shelf or two and take a freaking bath (oh wait, I checked that last one off the list
We made up for the storage we lost by not having a vanity (times 5), by creating a large linen cabinet tucked in the corner, where the shower
used to be… just needs some hardware.
Ordering everything online
ended up working out just fine and I am still gaga over every single item that came in from Wayfair
. Our only mis-hap was me not ordering enough tile, whoops. Unfortunately, that held up the renovation a few days because we were waiting on 10 more measly square feet of tile. I guess with a herringbone pattern there is a bit more waste than I originally accounted for. Lesson learned!
I love those Cedar & Moss sconces
and finding that tall skinny mirror
was a stroke of luck. It looks like it was made for the space.
I’d say bath-time just got a heck of a lot better, right? See the before photos here
, the design plan here
, my tips on pairing tile here
, and more progress here
Product Sources: White Elongated Subway Tile from Wayfair // Mirror from West Elm // Marble Shower Curtain by Ferm Living // Wall Mounted Sink from Wayfair // Sconces by Cedar & Moss // Shower and Tub Faucet by Kohler from Wayfair // Black Hexagon Floor Tile from Wayfair // Toilet by Kohler from Wayfair // Purist Sink Faucet by Kohler from Wayfair // Kohler Bathtub from Wayfair // Bamboo Bath Caddy // Bath Sponge // Soap Dish from Suite One Studio // Hexagon Vase by Dwell Studio // Paint Color: Pitch Black by Farrow & Ball
Images by Sarah Sherman Samuel
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